Tweet A quick look at the progress of Women’s Cycling since Road cycling started as an organized sport in 1868. 1888 – Women join bi(cycling) clubs in Chicago 1892 – The journal “Physical Education” (a publication of the YMCA) devoted an issue to women, saying that women need physical strength and endurance and dismiss the […]
Tweet “When gadgets talk to each other unintentionally, the results can be a wireless mess.” John Herrman I have recently been bothered by erratic power readings during training. The readings were inconsistent and jumping more than normal. It was terrible coming back from a training ride and finding that my average power did not match my […]
Tweet This video offers great insight into Women’s Cycling. Climbs, attacks, cobbles, crashes, sprints……exciting stuff! This is what it’s all about. Enjoy!