For The Next Wave: Why Cycling is Highly Beneficial For Surfers

The first official account of surfing was noted by Captain James Cook in 1778 when he saw native Hawaiians hitting the waves. From then, surfing bloomed into a hobby and a sport that attracted millions around the world. If you’re a cyclist aiming to try your hand at surfing, you will want to know what can improve your ability to catch choice waves. You’ll be happy to know that, as a cyclist, you’re already taking part in a healthy activity that carries great benefits for surfing. So how does cycling benefit those that surf?

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Fabio Aru signs for Team Qhubeka ASSOS

Italian cyclist Fabio Aru signs for Team Qhubeka ASSOS, Africa’s first (and only) UCI WorldTour team. Aru is a former Italian champion (2017) and won the Vuelta a España in 2015. He also won the Young rider classification of Giro d’Italia in 2015, also three stages in Giro d’Italia in 2014 and 2015, and two stages in the Vuelta a España in 2014.

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Useful Tips For Cycling With Diabetes

At present, more than 30 million Americans are living with diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Regular physical activity is a crucial part of a diabetes management plan. Not only does it decrease body weight and improve cardiac health, but it helps to protect against insulin resistance as well.

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Stelvio Santini Challenge On Rouvy: Conquer The Virtual Stelvio From November 30

From November 30 to June 6 next, the Rouvy indoor cycling app is hosting the Santini Stelvio Challenge, a virtual event spanning all three of the Granfondo’s climbs. Special badges for all finishers plus the chance to win real Santini prizes!

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Dlamini and Barbero sign-on with Team Qhubeka ASSOS

Team Qhubeka ASSOS has announced contract renewals for Nicholas Dlamini and Carlos Barbero. Here is the press release by the South African team. These renewals follow-on from the confirmation earlier in the week that European and Italian champion Giacomo Nizzolo remains with the team.

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Passionate about Off-Road? Selle Italia Proposes The Flite Boost X-Cross Superflow and Gravel Superflow Models

The new Flite Boost range by Selle Italia includes two models designed for mountain bike and gravel enthusiasts: the Flite Boost X-Cross Superflow and Flite Boost Gravel Superflow. Two saddles that respond to bikers’ demands: lightness, comfort, resistance, and performance. Both come with the Shock Absorber system between the body and rail, which absorbs vibrations caused by pedaling on rough terrain and feature a TI316 rail and Fibra-tek covering, renowned for their resistance and durability.

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Clarke, Claeys, and Frankiny to boost Team Qhubeka ASSOS

A trio of top signings have been announced to ride for Africa’s only Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI)-registered WorldTour outfit, Team Qhubeka ASSOS, as the team continues to build an exciting roster for 2021.

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