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Ride on: The art of staying motivated on the bike

Michael Inglis is a sports psychologist who’s worked with professional and amateur athletes across a range of sports, including cycling. In this article he tackles a topic that us cyclists can all relate to: motivation. How can we stay motivated Why can it be so hard sometimes And what are some strategies we can use … The post Ride on: The art of staying motivated on the bike appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


CyclingTips Podcast: The emotion of Mike Woods

It’s just Caley and Neal in the basement this week with James away at Interbike. Neal catches up with EF-Drapac’s Michael Woods to discuss his La Vuelta stage win and the very personal story he shared on live television after. The pro cycling season is long, stretching from January to October. Is it too long … The post CyclingTips Podcast: The emotion of Mike Woods appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Moscon back and winning; transfer season lights up: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The world championships get underway this weekend and the championship road races are less than two weeks away. A certain troubled Italian is showing fine form and might be considered an outside favourite for the world title. A...


Interbike 2018 day one: Smart tech, Merlin returns, and more

After two decades in Las Vegas, Nevada, it certainly feels more than a little odd to attend Interbike in nearby Reno. But despite the less vibrant neon lights, dingier vibe, and distinct paucity of fabricated glitz and glamour, what thankfully hasn’t changed much is the wealth of new gear on tap. Sure, most of the … The post Interbike 2018 day one: Smart tech, Merlin returns, and more appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


When races go wrong: Inside the chaos of the Kelly Country Road Race

Organising bike races is a mostly thankless task. All those hours of planning, the careful logistics management, the syncing of multiple moving parts — it all happens behind the scenes, away from the public gaze. Get everything right and your hard work will go largely unnoticed. Get it wrong, though, and it’s a different story … The post When races go wrong: Inside the chaos of the Kelly Country Road Race appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Tariffs; Hayman retiring; Van Aert terminates contract: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Its been quite a news day. The long-anticipated U.S. tariffs against Chinese-made products have come into effect and much of the bike industry will be affected. Australian Mathew Hayman announced he will retire in January and c...


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Ride on: The art of staying motivated on the bike

Michael Inglis is a sports psychologist who’s worked with professional and amateur athletes across a range of sports, including cycling. In this article he tackles a topic that us cyclists can all relate to: motivation. How can we stay motivated Why can it be so hard sometimes And what are some strategies we can use … The post Ride on: The art of staying motivated on the bike appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


CyclingTips Podcast: The emotion of Mike Woods

It’s just Caley and Neal in the basement this week with James away at Interbike. Neal catches up with EF-Drapac’s Michael Woods to discuss his La Vuelta stage win and the very personal story he shared on live television after. The pro cycling season is long, stretching from January to October. Is it too long … The post CyclingTips Podcast: The emotion of Mike Woods appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Moscon back and winning; transfer season lights up: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The world championships get underway this weekend and the championship road races are less than two weeks away. A certain troubled Italian is showing fine form and might be considered an outside favourite for the world title. A...


Interbike 2018 day one: Smart tech, Merlin returns, and more

After two decades in Las Vegas, Nevada, it certainly feels more than a little odd to attend Interbike in nearby Reno. But despite the less vibrant neon lights, dingier vibe, and distinct paucity of fabricated glitz and glamour, what thankfully hasn’t changed much is the wealth of new gear on tap. Sure, most of the … The post Interbike 2018 day one: Smart tech, Merlin returns, and more appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


When races go wrong: Inside the chaos of the Kelly Country Road Race

Organising bike races is a mostly thankless task. All those hours of planning, the careful logistics management, the syncing of multiple moving parts — it all happens behind the scenes, away from the public gaze. Get everything right and your hard work will go largely unnoticed. Get it wrong, though, and it’s a different story … The post When races go wrong: Inside the chaos of the Kelly Country Road Race appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Tariffs; Hayman retiring; Van Aert terminates contract: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Its been quite a news day. The long-anticipated U.S. tariffs against Chinese-made products have come into effect and much of the bike industry will be affected. Australian Mathew Hayman announced he will retire in January and c...


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Moon Pulsar Rear Light - LAA570 by Moon

Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Moon - Moon Pulsar Rear LightThe Moon Pulsar Rear Light is a bright light with many modes and a great battery life. With 5 modes, you are able to choose the correct setting for the weather conditions or battery life. The light comes with a Quick Release universal bracket, which can fit all bars and even some aero shaped bars The light boasts a super wide-angle beam pattern, which gives you much greater visibility to other road users when pulling up to or out of junctions and corners. The battery can last from 43 hours to 150 hours, all depending on modes you have used during that battery life Features:Light Source: 1pc 15 chips COB high brightness LEDBrightness: 25 lumensPower Source: 2 x AAA alkaline batteriesRun Time: From 43 hours - 150 hoursMounting: Tool Free mountWater Resistant: YesSide Visibility: YesLight modes: 5Dimensions: 65.5 x 27.5 x 20.5 mmWeight: 38gBuy Moon Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Moon

Category: Lights

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