Life is tough; we all know it. But the way Jeanne-Louise Wiese sees it; you have two choices: You can complain about the negative and focus on the hardships you have to face each day; or you can pick yourself up, realise your contribution to overcome that negativity and open […]
The Garden Route boasts a bounty of trails on which to go wild with your bike, with the recent Merrell Eden Duo once again taking me onto a selection of superb MTB routes. Think Saasveld, Pepsi Pools and Montagu Pass, for starters …
“We would like to thank you for supporting Full Sus in 2013 and wish you and your family a very safe, happy, restful Festive Season.”
When out riding you should always take care to never scare animals, writes Meurant Botha. But this being Africa, you do have to ask who scares who?
Cherise Stander is die ongelooﬂike geleentheid gegun om in Mauritius aan die Deutsche Bank 100km-wedren te gaan deelneem. Sy het met groot opgewondenheid die vliegtuig bestyg.
One of the most common complaints Rochez O’Grady gets from sportsmen (recreational or professional) is that they experience some form of stomach discomfort during or after a long cycle. So this month’s column is dedicated to eating right on your bike.
Achieving maximal results with polarised training When searching the internet for training advice or even when reading the most popular cycling training books, you will soon realise there is a lot of conﬂicting thoughts about the most effective training strategies. In this month’s coaching column Mike Posthumus explains the beneﬁts […]
The 2013 Bridge Cape Pioneer was even more visually stunning than the 2012 edition. Check out the best images on the Oakpics Facebook page.
without spotting a ghost… The great thing about this sport, writes Jeanne-Louise Wiese, is the fact that people tend to jump on board, pick up the free newspaper, buy the gear, enter for all the local races and convince their friends at a Friday braai to down their low self-esteems […]
Have you heard the statement “The best form of defence is Attack”? Well this is true even in mountain biking. Read this carefully, because you will learn the number one key to controlling your bike and keeping your medical aid intact.