Words: Jason Delgado | Photos by: Nelson Queralta Jr | Additional photos provided by: Matt Roy South Florida and cycling are two things commonly mixed with dentists, right? Cycling in Miami still very much a couture/blue collar scene. But, most of us are not dentists and started off on fixed gear bikes or maybe a …

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Part One of our 2019 photo coverage of the annual gravel race/ride “Where the Fakawi?” hosted by Jimmy Toural is here. We were a little bit limited this year in our coverage, due to the route not allowing us to get in the more rural areas of the ride. But we were still able to …

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Photos & Article by Morning Ride CC Team Training with power can be a touchy subject for a lot cyclists. It can be an intimidating tool that requires a learning curve which can challenging to most. I must admit, it was very challenging to me at first. Before I started using a power meter, I …

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Words by Emily Alvarez | Photos by Michael Cedeño Good ‘ole Los Angeles – a land where freelance work and side hustles are more commonplace than having a traditional nine to five. As a freelancer myself, I’m on an endless quest to find new places in which to escape the four walls I call my …

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LA Handmade Bicycle Show Presented by Montenegro MFG

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Article by Lauren Cedeño | Photos by Nelson Queralta Jr The Magic City, better known as Miami, is known for its subtropical climates year round and an attitude sure to bring out the best…or worst in you at any given time. Lucky for me, I get to call this insane place home. Falling more in …

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Photos & Article by Giancarlo Bianchi It’s summer, and there’s record heatwaves everywhere. While in most places in the US, you pretty much just have to suck it up, here in Colorado we have the luxury of heading into the mountains to escape the heat. For every 1000 feet the temperature decreases approximately 3.3 degrees. …

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Photos & Article by Skinny Mike Helmets are responsible for 5 things. Protection, ventilation, keeping drag to a minimum, storing sunglasses, and being the cherry atop your Lycra covered cake. The new Oakley ARO5 helmet ticks off all of the boxes when it comes to doing its job. I make a point of getting a …

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I rode my TT bike a lot and got second place at the Colorado State TT championships, aka first “muertazo“. Now if you’d like to learn more about what went into this, read on. Time trialing is an art; it requires a fine balance of knowing when to put down power and when not to …

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Photography by Kristian Hinders | Words by Giancarlo “GC” Bianchi The Colorado State Crit took place this past weekend. The race was held in Wheat Ridge, a western suburb of Denver. The course featured 6 turns, a 1% drag after the finish line, wide open roads and a great crowd/atmosphere thanks in part to beer …

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