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Triathlon Team Athletes on Fire in 2017

Triathlon Team - Robyn, Heather, Kim

This summer has been a big one for members of the Cyclelogik // Human Power Performance Triathlon Team. The season started with a handful of top age group finished for Chris Sliwka, Robert Fabes, and Jessica Dempsey at Somersault Events triathlon series. Our 18 year old rising star Josh Nowlan took first in his age group at the Somersault Early Bird…

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Episode 18 – Leah Kirchmann

This week’s episode features Olympian and World Tour Pro Leah Kirchmann. Leah recently won the Canadian Criterium Championship and is currently in BC racing Superweek. In this episode we talk about everything from the difference in fans in North American And Europe and some of the issues of inequality that exist in cycling. Photo: Rob Jones/Canadian Cyclist

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Episode 17 – Karol-Ann Canuel

Clipped In is proud to announce Cycling Canada as an official partner. On this week’s episode Karol-Ann Canuel, World Tour Pro Cyclist and Olympian talks about her experiences training and competing as a pro in Europe and her experience at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Clipped In is brought to you by Cycling Canada. CyclingCanada.ca

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Review: Scott Cadence Plus Helmet and Vector Sunglasses

Safety, performance, and style. Those are the three primary aspects of helmet and sunglass design. The new Scott Cadence Plus and Vector sunglasses achieve all of these things. In this quick review we’ll go over the major key benefits to these new products from Scott and how they might appeal to both triathletes and roadies alike. The Cadence Plus Let’s…

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The Importance of Sponsorship to Cycling

Have you ever wondered how a cycling team generates revenue? Or where the money for rider salaries comes from? Or where all those shiny new team bikes come from? The answer to all those questions is sponsorship. Unlike most other professional sports where ticket sales to events generate portions of the revenue, cycling relies solely on sponsorship. In the pro…

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Zwift: How Important is FTP?

Zwift & FTP

We’ve already talked a bit about how to train with Zwift but for folks not accustomed to power training the concept of FTP and training zones is uncharted territory. What does it mean? Do you need to do an FTP test? And how does it affect your Zwift riding? Understanding FTP FTP, or functional threshold power, is theoretically the point at…

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Zwift Workouts: How to train using Zwift

Zwift & FTP

*Sign up for our mailing list to get 10% off our Spring Cycling and Triathlon Camps in Asheville, NC: Click Here Zwift is an immensely popular game that allows user to simulate outdoor riding while grinding away on the trainer. It’s opened doors for cyclists and allows them to participate in everything from races to group rides. But what about…

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The Felt IA: A Lesson in Aerodynamics

Have you ever seen a high end triathlon bike; not a UCI legal TT bike but a triathlon specific racing bike? With no limitations in terms of frame design, these bikes incorporate some of those most unique bicycle designs on the market. The reason for this? Any experienced triathlete knows the answer: aerodynamics. While road cyclists are obsessed with weight…

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