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Orthorexia nervosa: When watching what you eat becomes destructive

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 the troubling issue of eating disorders among cyclists. More specifically, he looks at an eating disorder that seems to be on the rise and that is only now getting the … The post Orthorexia nervosa: When watching what you eat becomes destructive appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

Roubaix joyride, beach racing championships: Daily News Digest

Supported by WELCOME TO YOUR DAILY NEWS DIGEST. HERE’S WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY: Patrick Lefevere’s son is facing prosecution for an unauthorized helicopter ride over Paris-Roubaix in April. With Van der Poel and Van Aert training in Spain, Toon Aerts and Laurens Sweeck were able to register wins over the weekend...

Ten products I loved in 2018: David Everett

Supported by You’ve heard from our editors in Australia and the United States, but now it’s time to hear from CyclingTips’ lone European correspondent. Although originally from the UK, I now reside in France, where cycling dreams are made once or broken annually in the grandest Grand Tour, the coffe...

New team kits unveiled; eight summits rumored for 2019 Vuelta: Daily News Digest

Supported by WELCOME TO YOUR DAILY NEWS DIGEST. HERE’S WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY: New kits for Boels-Dolmans and Katusha-Alpecin unveiled. New information on the race routes for the 2019 Tour of Yorkshire and Vuelta a España. Lance Armstrong said that an early investment into Uber ‘saved’ his family. STORY O...

Wahoo Fitness KICKR Headwind fan review: Crow, eaten

This is a fan. A FAN. And one that costs US$250 / AU$400, or more than twenty times the cost of one of those big box fans you can get at your local hardware store. It seems to make no sense whatsoever. But then I rode it. Damn you for making a ludicrously expensive fan … The post Wahoo Fitness KICKR Headwind fan review: Crow, eaten appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

2018 Christmas Gift Guide

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SKU-T1415 Tacx Axle Nuts from Chain Reaction  sku

Tacx Axle Nuts - T1415 by Tacx

Item description: This Nutrition Turbo Trainers product is by Tacx - Tacx Axle Nuts For bicycles without drop-out hubs. NOTE: - These are M10 metric threads and will not fit a 3/8Tacx Axle Nuts Features:If you don't have a Q/R wheel then these are for you Buy Tacx Axle Nuts from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Tacx

Category: Turbo Trainers


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