Cooking Equipment For Cycle Touring

Cycle touring is one of the most fascinating adventures that’ll offer you some life experiences to carry with you forever. Everything from finding your perfect place to cooking your own food, watching the stars lying on the grass under the sky, and sleeping in nature will give you a great experience.

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Santini creates a UCI Worlds 100th anniversary collection

The UCI Road World Championships reaches its 100th anniversary in 2021 and Santini is celebrating the event with a special collection including a men’s and women’s jersey decorated with the names of male and female UCI Road World Champions, plus a Limited-Edition jersey with gold details.

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A dragonfly hitchhikes on Steven Kruijswijk’s shoulder

During the final Time Trial stage of the Vuelta a España 2021, an interesting scene occurred: a dragonfly hitchhiked on the shoulder of team Jumbo-Visma’s Steven Kruijswijk.

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5 Essential Vitamins And Minerals That Cyclists Need

Minerals and vitamins aren’t optional if you’re serious about improving your cycling performance. The appropriate proportions of these micro-nutrients can give you more energy, quicker recovery times, and increased endurance. They’re essential for energy production and muscle recovery. Supplement use contributes significantly to total vitamin and mineral intakes in the general population. According to studies, 7 out of 10 cyclists consume more vitamins and minerals via supplements than from diets. As a result, supplement use decreases a fraction of the general population with low nutrient consumption. Here are the five essential vitamins and minerals that cyclists need.

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Model X Green Comfort+ Superflow: The Environmentally Friendly Saddle is Now Even More Comfortable

After the success of the Model X Green Superflow saddle, Selle Italia launches the “Comfort+” version with improved padding designed to provide the greatest comfort when pedaling. The Selle Italia Model X Green Comfort+ Superflow is a saddle also dedicated to the e-bike world and to those looking, above all, for comfort, that comes from the eco-sustainable Green-Tech production process.

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Dura-Ace History

Dura-Ace is the admiral ship of Shimano, the Japanese (now multinational) manufacturer of cycling components (and some other things like fishing tackle and rowing equipment). Here is a brief history of the Shimano Dura-Ace.

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Are Eco-Friendly Tires a Real Possibility for Cyclists?

Cycling has an incredibly low carbon footprint – just 21 grams of CO2 per km, which is less than walking or catching public transport and just one-tenth of the carbon footprint of driving. Despite the big contribution cyclists are making to a greener world, global warming continues to be a pressing problem, with NOAA’s 2020 Annual Climate Report showing that seven out of the 10 hottest years have occurred since 2014. The statistics indicate that everyone – including cyclists – can do their share to reduce their carbon footprint. Tires are arguably one of the least eco-friendly components of bikes but is it possible that they will soon be a whole lot ‘greener’?

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