.The powerBIKE™, the new baby of Power Plate, claims to be 'the only mechanical stationary bike with integrated vibration technology'. When I arrive at the studio at Power Plate HQ, I expect a colossus of a machine covered in electrical cables. Instead a
on the roads a few years ago made me determined to stick to transport of the two-legged variety. Then a cycling holiday last year in France seemed to finish off any affection I had left for the humble bike.Loaded up with supersize camping bags, the cheapest
The cycling gods via Genesis Bikes have answered my prayers. This week I took delivery of my new and frankly beautiful Genesis Equilibrium 10.The Equilibrum 10 was Genesis' top-of-the-range road bike in 2010. This great all-rounder proves steel
on some of the sharp bends of the course and how could I possibly compare to some of the keen triathletes racking up around me?Fortunately pre-race nerves don't last too long. As soon as I was running with the bike into the transition zone, I felt the rush
while later, freshly attired in a branded jersey and suitably hydrated, I was nervously clicking my way across the pit of the track towards my brakeless (gulp) fixed-gear bike.Joining me on the mission were a handful of journalists along
-Marathon in March, I've suffered from unrelenting tightness and pain in my lower left calf.After the race, I rested up for a month (a whole month!) but then, refusing to admit defeat, I was back pounding the pavements. On days off from the gym bike, I've been
I can't quite believe I'm writing this but there's only one day to go until our sprint relay challenge, the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series London.We have printed off the event details, my outfit is planned and I have persuaded friends to watch me sweat it o...
could take part in the ultimate trail adventure. Cover 10k of testing trails, then its time to jump onto your mountain bike for a grueling 25k cycle before a final kayak along flat water. Just remember to save some energy for their infamous Slippery Wall
comfortable and, frankly, safer environment than I usually find in my local pool. And the cheering crowds really helped us power home on the final straight. The BikeScrambling out of the water, I ran briefly through the crowds, before hopping on the bike for a
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