Blubrake ABS G2: improved performance in half the size

Small, lightweight, and adaptive: Blubrake ABS G2, the second-generation of the e-bike-specific anti-lock braking system by Blubrake that prevents front wheel lock and rear-wheel lifting, comes as a further step forward in the development of technologies applied to electric bicycles, for a new braking experience that makes no shortcuts in terms of safety.

Sella Italia, Official Partner of The Maratona dles Dolomites-Enel: 32 Years Of History

Once again this year, Selle Italia will be alongside Maratona dles Dolomites-Enel: the Treviso-based company is ready at the starting line of one of the most loved and popular marathons, to celebrate 32 years of collaboration.

Cycling Matters: Top 5 Reasons for Using a Power Meter

Amid the standstill caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a surge of cycling activity continues to be recorded. Cyclists all around the world accumulated 8.1 billion miles and elevation gain of 400 billion feet, according to Strava’s Year in Sport, covering October 1, 2019, to September 30, 2020.

Marijuana And Cycling: Can Athletes Use Marijuana While Training?

An athlete’s life is never easy because of all the training, workouts, and possible injuries. Pain and muscle ache is an inevitable factor and part of the process, but most medications pose a higher health risk overall, especially if taken continuously. That’s why athletes are searching for an approved substance that can relieve pain and …

The solution to doping is to extend the blame beyond athletes

Doping in sport is widespread and shows little sign of abating. Athletes are dropping out of the Rio Olympics like flies. Maria Sharapova was banned for two years after testing positive for meldonium; a Romanian kayaking team failed their drug test, disqualifying them pending further investigations; and the International Olympic Committee announced that they could …