As of 2nd of January, 2018, I’m currently visiting British Columbia for the third time in my life and I’m already planning my next visit. It’s a beautiful place with lots to offer for anyone. Since I have got plenty of experience with traveling and staying here, I thought I could write a mini-guide on it. Let me know what you think!
Winter cycling is great fun but it can also cause a great deal of frustration. Dressing up for winter cycling isn’t easy and if you get the clothing wrong, it often means a ruined ride. Therefore, I decided to write this guide and hopefully, make your next winter ride nicer.
There’s no doubt that heart rate monitors have revolutionized the way we train for sports. There are two main types of heart rate monitors on the market, both of which have their ups and downs. But which type is better and more importantly, which one should you get? Read more to find out!
Have you ever looked for cycling specific clothing with the word “thermal” on it, and nearly fell off your chair once you saw the price? Luckily big online stores are full of affordable, made in China -options. But are they any good? That’s what I wanted to find out.
Have you ever wondered by just how much larger rotors affect braking performance? So have I, and as a Mechanical Engineering student, I decided to practice my physics skills and calculate rough estimates for different sized rotors. Turned out larger rotors can increase the braking power by almost 30%!
While mountain bike mudguards are not going to up the cool factor of your bike, they can definitely be helpful at keeping you and your bike cleaner and drier. I have already made a guide on how to make a simple front fender, but this time we’ll be making a rear mounted one. Read more for blueprints and instructions.