I’ve never used Zwift, but it’s pretty rad that Mathew Hayman does.
I find when I’m riding somewhere new, I use Google Maps for navigation. Usually I’ll put the route on, turn on the volume and place one earbud in to guide me to my destination. For those of you who prefer a more visual key, check out Smart Halo. It’s a navigation system and more…
Joe Barnes and the boys are at it again. As with all Hazzard videos, this one’s worth the consumption.
The Deux North crew takes on Everesting… 220 miles, 26 hours, and 32,000ft in the San Gabriel mountains of Los Angeles.
Lights are great, but you can always use more visibility. From the Portland Reflector comes the Afterglow, a magnetic reflector that will snap onto anything. See more at the Portland Reflector.
… find out more at Rapha.
After being in Death Valley yesterday, this makes me feel so cold but yes, it looks like a lot of fun.
Sending high fives to the cyclists in Finland for this one!
“YV-leiri is a bike touring and camping concept ideated last year on Finnish online cycling community Yksivaihde.net. Since then people have packed their bikes and gathered around campfires almost every other month and the next camp is already being planned. The idea is not a group ride but just agreeing on the location and people keep popping up there with their tents, hammocks, sausages and beers all from their own directions.
A slingshot competition has been held many times but otherwise there are no has-to-do’s, agendas or anything forced. Just breathing the fresh air and doing anything you want in the wild.
Last weekend a group of eight guys spent a spring night in Porkkala. Ice and snow were almost totally gone and sea was open. Check the awesome sunset on the video “Overnighter in Porkkala”‘
Would I ride it? Probably not!
Tour season is just around the corner… Look for this feature to be released to digital video in June.