Triathlon

Grease and lubricant: where each should be used on your bike

Grease and oil, along with degreaser, are the key products to perform basic maintenance of our bike. Both oil and grease are essential for all the mechanical elements of our bike to work...

28th December 2020

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Lactate threshold in cycling: training and advantages

In cycling nowadays, apart from knowing how to choose your bike components and accessories, it’s essential to train endurance and strength. This is why it’s important to know about and...

27th November 2019

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Mario Mola´s Profile / Bike

"I've been using Oval Q RINGS for over 6 seasons and for me there is no better option. From the beginning I had fantastic sensations with them, feeling that I could apply the force...

20th September 2018

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Rotor Botttom Brackets

A Basic Guide to Road Bike Bottom Brackets

Your bottom bracket isn’t the most exciting part of your road bike, which makes it easy to ignore until something is wrong with it. However, it’s a very important part of your bike, so...

24th January 2018

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Tips for Triathletes to Improve their Transitions

Before your next triathlon, make time to plan and practice your transitions. With some strategic preparation and practice, you’ll save time, energy and stress as you switch from swimming...

6th November 2017

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How to Set Your Optimum Chainring Position (OCP)

Optimum Chainring Position (OCP) is what allows you to vary the rotational position of a Q-Ring, thereby enabling you to adjust it to the precise point where you deliver maximum power...

18th October 2016

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