We know that it is not the best situation to train in, but the Covid-19 crisis forces us to sharpen our wits if we want to stay in the best shape possible during these weeks at home.
Would you like to fit a 12-speed cassette on your HG Shimano 10 and 11-speed hubs? With ROTOR you will have zero problems.
It may seem strange to think that today powermeters have drawbacks, right? At the end of the day, it is a technology that we have fully incorporated into our bikes and for many of you it is something already considered an essential.
It may be due to the cold, snow, or rain. Or simply because you don’t have time to train for several hours on the road, or because you prefer to do a quick bike workout and complement it with gym, yoga and other options.
It seems like everyone has gone a bit crazy with cyclocross lately… Somehow the emergence of gravel bikes on the cycling scene, has returned cyclocross back to the place that it deserves. An option that combines the best of mountain biking, with the aesthetics of road cycling, together with a certain touch of cross country running. We give you 5 reasons to include cyclocross in your training plans.
Depending on where you live, you can spend all winter pedaling if the weather is good enough, or you may be condemned to parking the bike for a couple of months. Don’t panic!!
Indoor training is one of our best allies when winter comes. The turbo trainer is an option that although not too suitable to spend many hours a day on it, allows you to do quality workouts with a duration of around one or two hours long.
Winter. That time of the year, which, depending on where you live can mean a long time with only a few rides. In addition, water, salt, mud, and even snow, are elements that will make our transmission suffer more than usual. We will give you the best tips to prevent one of the most important parts of your bike from suffering more than it should.