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Gear Break: Fara Cycling New Range, Goodyear New Tire Range, Velo Angel Revo Saddle Wins Taipei Award, Optic Nerve Eyewear Refreshes Brand, Intermarché-Circus-Wanty Book and Team Clothing & Link My Ride Partners with Flanders Classics

Fara Cycling launches new range of colours, Goodyear next generation road bicycle tire range, Velo's Angel Revo saddle wins the 2023 Taipei Cycle’s d&i award, Intermarché-Circus-Wanty "La course au sommet" and team clothing, Optic Nerve Eyewear refreshes brand and social cycling app Link My Ride partners with Flanders Classics.

PEZ Preview GENT-WEVELGEM’23: Wout for the Win?

After last Saturday's Milano-Sanremo, the WorldTour moves north to the home of the Classics - Belgium. Gent-Wevelgem is centre stage this Sunday, it's not De Ronde, but if you are first across the line in Wevelgem, you'll never have to pay for a beer in Belgium (well, Flanders) again. Here is the PEZ 2023 race preview.

Proper Plyometric Box Jumps For Better Power

We all have heard numerous times over that if we want to get better in our riding, we need to do plyometric training. Let’s take a look at an appropriate progression you can use over the next 3 months, to help you get better power and strength out on the road, gravel, or dirt.

Race Wrap: How Mathieu Mastered Milano-Sanremo

In Milano-Sanremo, Mathieu van der Poel wedged open a slight gap on an elite front group containing Tadej Pogačar, Filippo Ganna, and Wout van Aert. After a scorching-fast ascent of the Poggio, he extend a gap into a comfortable race-winning margin to take his third career Monument victory in the fan-packed streets of Sanremo.

PEZ Goes to the Show: Gatineau Salon du Velo

After an absence of four years, the Gatineau Salon du Velo returned to the city, directly across the Ottawa River from Ottawa, on March 11-13 this year. The show is the largest consumer show in the National Capital Region devoted to cycling. In 2023 more than 100 exhibitors and brands would be on hand, with some 6,000 visitors.

MILANO-SANREMO’23: Mathieu’s Monumental Moment!

RACE REPORT: The first monument of the season, the longest one-day race of the year and the winner is Mathieu van der Poel. With a massive jump at the top Poggio, the Dutchman dropped like a stone and couldn't be caught. Filippo Ganna out-sprinted Wout van Aert and Tadej Pogačar.