Cycling to work? Here’s how to prevent helmet hair and look great after a bike ride

Going on a bike ride is one of the best ways to have a speedy commute to work. Moreover, it’s a great way to get some exercise into your daily routine and live a healthier and longer life. But let’s face it, just a few minutes of wearing a helmet can wreak havoc with your hair, and cycling, especially on a hot and humid day, can leave you feeling less than fresh and presentable. But you don’t have to give up your bike rides to look great. With a few tricks, you can look your best even after cycling. Here are a few smart hacks to prevent helmet hair and look great after a bike ride.

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Santini Premium Custom Clothing: New Additions To Santini’s Customizable Range

Santini’s Premium Custom Clothing line is growing in 2021 to include exciting new kits and accessories for cycling, indoor cycling, triathlon, and the whole off-road biking world. An increasingly broad-ranging choice of kit tested and approved by pro athletes – a real guarantee of superb quality and technical performance for amateur riders!

The Premium Custom Clothing motto: made by us, personalized for you, tested by professionals.

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Selle Italia launches Flite Boost Mathieu van der Poel limited edition saddle

Selle Italia launches a saddle inspired by and dedicated to Mathieu Van Der Poel’s victory at the Tour of Flanders: a collectible Flite Boost available in a limited production run of 104 pieces, equal to the number of Ronde Van Vlaanderen editions held as of 2020. The Flite Boost #RVV20 Limited Edition saddle, signed directly by the Dutch champion, can be reserved online on the Selle Italia website starting today, Monday 21st December.

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Drinking And Cycling: Why They Shouldn’t Be Mixed

Demand for commuter and fitness bikes rose by 66% in March 2020, with many cycle stores struggling to meet the demand. Some cities, including New York, opened the roads to cyclists as a result, and many leisure cyclists are now using their bicycles to commute to work and travel around the city. Keeping safe while cycling on the road might involve learning tips for cycling at night, or it could involve learning the rules of the road if you don’t drive. This may lead you to question whether you should cycle on roads under the influence. Cycling under the influence of alcohol laws are hazy in some states, so: should you drink and cycle?

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How can cyclists identify truly committed brands?

Brands matter to cyclists, as is evident from the sales figures of global giants like Trek, Cannondale, Colnago, Bianchi, and Raleigh. Each cycling specialty has its own niche brands, of course, though interestingly, many of the same brands appear in ‘Top 10’ lists of various bike and travel magazines, owing to their reputation for sturdiness, maneuverability, and quality.

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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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