Fatty is back and he has an update on his Jonathan Vaughters intervention training. It’s a basement-trainer session beyond belief.
We take a look at an interesting study on why and where cyclists break traffic laws. The researchers found that survival instinct is a major player but so are social norms.
In the second of his two-part interview, Patrick talked to Jim Cummins and Lelan Dains from Dirty Kanza about what can prevent a rider from finishing and just how remote some parts of the course are.
Another hard race, Paris-Roubaix, showed us why being the strongest rider doesn’t always cut it and how a little bar tape on your pedals can provide some cobblestone relief.
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