Category Archives: Cycling

São Paulo to Earn More 64.5 Km of Bicycle Routes

If The Goal Is Met, It Will Be About 2 Kilometers More Tracks Per Di. This Saturday, CET Will Implement Another 13.4 Km Of Bike Paths In The Capital

The City Hall announced Friday that it will deliver another 64.5 kilometers of bike paths in the month of September. If the goal is met, it will be about 2 kilometers more of tracks per day in São Paulo. Only this Saturday, 06, the Traffic Engineering Company (CET) will implement another 13.4 km of bike paths in the capital. Continue reading

Leandro Overall Represents Brazil in the Bmx World Championship

Athlete GT Bicycles Faces The Best Of The Category In Cologne, Germany.

The athlete GT Bicycles Leandro Overall will be the Brazilian representative in the BMX Cologne, one of the most important tests of BMX worldwide. The competition, which runs from July 18 to 20 in Cologne, Germany, will feature the Dirt, Superbowl and Flatland categories. Continue reading

For The Love of Sports: Pedal Rosa Celebrates Women’s Day

Celebrating International Women’s Day on two wheels was one of the alternatives available to women in Vilhena. On Saturday afternoon, 7, about 100 athletes attended the 1st Pedal Rosa, event promoted by Bike Club Vilhena and Military Police. The walk took as a starting point the Plaza Nossa Senhora Aparecida, in the central area of ​​the city, and walked along the streets and avenues. According to one of the organizers Junior Gatto, the initiative aims to make people aware of the practice of physical exercise and encourage the practice, in particular, of cycling. Continue reading

Mtb 12 Hours Takes Place on November 14 at Serrazul

A test of pure mountain biking. So it is the MTB 12 Hours, one of the most important and traditional disputes of the genre, and that will have its 2015 edition on November 14. The event, created by the Clube Sampa Bikers, returns to SerrAzul, starting at “Le Mans” style at noon at the Quality Resort Itupeva Hotel, on the banks of the Bandeirantes Highway.The event will bring together the best in the sport, in Solo, Doubles and Quartets events, divided into ten age categories. As usual, the participants will face the special circuit created by the race director and world champion Eduardo Ramires. Continue reading

Transpatagonia (Preparations 2) Sleeping Systems

At the Transpatagonia Expedition (link to the presentation), which begins on November 1st…With a six-month forecast, 7,000 km of mountain biking throughout Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego (Argentina and Chile), plus 500 km Of trekking and 14 crossings (paso, in Spanish) by the Andes Mountains…I intend to sleep almost all the time in tent, in wild encampments. Continue reading

New Helmet Sends Distress Message in Case of Accident

With the growing number of people joining bicycles as a means of locomotion in large cities, there is also growing concern about the safety of cyclists.

Although the specialist market offers a number of helmets and safety accessories, a new helmet model is about to be launched this year that goes way beyond protecting the cyclist’s head. Continue reading

Renato Rezende Recovers Stolen Bicycle

Bicicross Athlete’s Equipment Was Found With Two Minors, Who Were Seized.

The Olympic bike rider Renato Rezende recovered on Wednesday night (6) his bicycle that had been stolen in the Municipal Park of Poços de Caldas (MG). Through anonymous denunciation, the Military Police managed to locate the bike in the Santa Augusta neighborhood. Two children were apprehended. Continue reading

Helmet Uses Micro-Damping Technology to Absorb Impact

Recent studies in the field of Neurology make it increasingly clear that concussions can cause irreparable damage to the brain.  In order to minimize the risk of neurological damage caused by head bumps, the US manufacturer 6D has developed a new helmet construction technology that uses a micro-damping system to absorb impacts. Continue reading

Largest Dutch Park Offers 1.8 Thousand Bicycles for Shoppers

Fight against physical inactivity ends up being natural in Hoge Veluwe. In all, 77% of the Dutch over 60 ride an average of 15 kilometers per week.

And one of the most remarkable manifestations happened in a square. In the early 1970s, the Dutch demanded more traffic safety, unique bike paths and pedestrian protection. Continue reading

Mio Cyclo Renews the Whole Experience of Cycling

Whenever you get off the bike, you have an opportunity to improve. Whether on rails, indoor, on track or on the road. Improving your personal record or competing with others. The options are endless with the Mio Cyclo 405 HC and 605 HC.Everything you need to improve your performance and give you motivation, comes to the market with an elegant and modern design. Continue reading

The Cycling Goes To University

“The role of science in high yield” is the theme of the Colloquium, organized by the Federação Portuguesa de Ciclismo, that will bring together experts from the University of Coimbra and the Centre Mapei next Tuesday, in the city of the Mondego.

The initiative is part of the Portuguese cycling Federation project to create a centre of training evaluation and control, in the Centre of high yield of Anadia, project that requires sharing of knowledge and experience of multidisciplinary teams.

The Colloquium next Tuesday, open to students of the University of Coimbra, to other researchers and coaches of cycling 3 level, will be held in the Auditorium of the Mechanical Engineering Department of the Faculty of Science and technology, University of Coimbra, at 11:30. Continue reading

Cycling is In The Bike

The CNEMA in Santarém, will be the meeting point of the Portuguese cycling for three days between Friday and Sunday. In addition to the exhibition of the latest models of bikes, equipment and components, there will be several sports activities, many of which Portuguese cycling Federation initiative. Continue reading