11 ways to make the time in saddle go by as smoothly as your new chamois cream.
by Jordan Blanco
The name of my first ever organized century ride was the "World’s Toughest Century," and with almost 10,000 feet of climbing over 105 miles, the event lived up to its name for my limited cycling experience. It also revealed areas where I was woefully underprepared.
If you’re considering a metric or imperial century ride this year, or another long-distance organized cycling event, we've collected advice from seasoned coaches to ensure that you’re still friends with your bike when you cross the finish line. And yes, the title is a reference to a song by Canada's The Tragically Hip—did you know there's a VELOTHON event in Edmonton, Canada?