Saturday, August 29, 2015

Introducing the Chrono Collection - Giro Cycling Apparel



The Chrono collection provides the foundation you need to go farther and faster on the bike. Cutting edge fabrics are combined with engineered fit, modern fabrication and meticulous detail to maximize your comfort and efficiency, so you can focus on achieving your best. Chrono is an ideal match with our most advanced performance products, like the Synthe™ helmet, Zero™ or Monaco™ gloves and Empire™ SLX or Prolight™ SLX shoes.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

inCycle Season Review: The Classics



inCycle look back at the 2015 Spring Classics, and assess whether greats of these races, Fabian Cancellara and Tom Boonen for example, are likely to continue their dominance.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Jamis Femme MTB (2016)



Jamis Femme MTB (2016)

Dragonfly | Eden | Halo | Helix

Music: "Heartbreak Highway" by The Shears

Video Produced by Jamis Bicycles

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Vuelta A España 2015: Top 10 Riders To Watch



The 2015 Tour of Spain has one of the best fields of the year. The Tour de France podium of Chris Froome, Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde will all be there and will all be hungry for victory.

The 2015 Vuelta a España has one of the strongest start lists that we've seen. Narrowing this list down to ten star riders was incredibly difficult and the riders that we've left off – Mikel Landa, Geraint Thomas – could well make the overall podium.

With the likes of Chris Froome, Joaquim Rodriguez, Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana all starting it's going to be an incredibly closely-fought affair. Add in the brutal course and, well, the Vuelta may well be the best Grand Tour of the year.

Monday, August 17, 2015

How To Descend Like A Pro



Learn how to descend like a pro cyclist with these tips!

Descending is one of the best bits of road cycling. It's where your skills, fitness and road awareness combine and there's nothing quite like the rush of nailing a hairpin or tucking and dropping like a stone.

As we're all descending on the open road, safety is paramount. So, adopt the techniques, work on your braking, work on your cornering, but stay to your side of the road, don't cut corners and don't push it harder than you – or the riders around you – can go.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Top 10 American Climbs



From SoCal to New England, the top 10 climbs in the United States.

It's no easy task to narrow down the 10 best road cycling climbs in a country as vast as the USA, but that's just what we've done! Whether you're looking for long, steep, or high elevation, these are the most iconic climbs in the United States, rich in both racing heritage and pure suffering.

Photos: © Bettiniphoto / http://www.bettiniphoto.net/ & ©Tim De Waele / http://www.tdwsport.com

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Group Rides


  • Saturday mornings, we welcome all levels, from the first-timer to the seasoned pro! There is something for everyone. Please meet at the shop, we leave promptly at 8:00 am!
  • Full Gas ride is for the faster rider who wants to be challenged (caution, this is an all out, on the edge of your seat ride and riders are dropped regularly) group leaves the parking lot Wednesday evening at 6:05pm.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

No USA Pro Challenge for Horner's Airgas-Safeway Team

Israeli Cycling Academy in Colorado event
The jerseys: Jens Voigt, Clement Chevrier, Ben Jacques-Maynes, Tejay van Garderen,and Kiel Reijnen

The USA Pro Challenge will depart on August 17 without the Airgas-Safeway team of Chris Horner. The organisers announced the 16 teams set to compete in the 2015 edition, including just four WorldTour teams - BMC, Trek, Tinkoff-Saxo and Cannondale-Garmin, four Pro Continental teams and eight Continental squads, one of which is the Cycling Academy from Israel - a team supported by Peter Sagan.

The Pro Continental teams include Novo Nordisk and UnitedHealthcare from the US, the Australian Drapac Pro team, while Caja Rural-Seguros RGA will make their debut in the race.

Continental squads include Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies, Team SmartStop, Hincapie, Jamis-Hagens Berman, Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis and Axeon from the US, Team Budget Forklifts (Australia) and Cycling Academy, the first-ever professional team licensed from Israel.

Defending champion Tejay van Garderen will not be back with the BMC team, he has chosen to race the Vuelta a España instead, but the squad will be well-represented by Rohan Dennis, who wore the first maillot jaune in the Tour de France this year, and Damiano Caruso.

The Trek Factory Racing team comes with US national champion Matthew Busche and Haimar Zubeldia as GC contenders, while Tinkoff-Saxo will support Roman Kreuziger in the event.
The Cannondale-Garmin team will be missing last year's runner-up Tom Danielson, who recently tested positive for synthetic testosterone. The Denver-based team will instead rely on Italian Davide Formolo, who won a stage in the Giro d'Italia this year, promising newcomer Ruben Zepuntke and Colombian climber Janier Acevedo.

It will be the first time the race has departed with none of the podium finishers of the previous year. Sergei Tvetcov, who was third last year, now races for Androni Giocattoli, which was suspended for the month of August after having two doping positives.

“The USA Pro Challenge has always been a proving ground for rising young talent and this year will be no different,” Hunter said. “We are definitely seeing a changing of the guards in the international level cycling and it’s exhilarating to see it first hand on the roads of Colorado.”

Teams for the 2015 USA Pro Challenge:

BMC Racing Team (USA)
Team Cannondale-Garmin (USA)
Trek Factory Racing (USA)
Tinkoff-Saxo (RUS)
Caja Rural-Seguros RGA (ESP)
Drapac Professional Cycling (AUS)
Team Novo Nordisk (USA)
UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team (USA)
Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies (USA)
Team SmartStop (USA)
Hincapie Racing Team (USA)
Jamis-Hagens Berman (USA)
Jelly Belly presented by MAXXIS (USA)
Axeon Cycling Team (USA)
Team Budget Forklifts (AUS)
Cycling Academy (ISR)

Article Source: Cycling News

Sunday, August 2, 2015

How To Climb Like A Pro | Road Cycling Tips



Climb faster, climb more efficiently, and conquer gradients that you didn't think possible with these pro tips.

Climbing faster or improving your climbing is something that every cyclist wants to do. The simple way – improving your fitness – is the hard way. We're not recommending that you shy away from that, but, there are plenty of small improvements that you can make to your climbing that will change how you ride.