Getting started with Power #2: Training and Racing with a powermeter

April 12th, 2018 by Daniel Walker | Posted in Bike, Bike Electronics, Bike Gear, Blogs, Feature, Gear, Training, Uncategorized | No Comments »

It’s been a cold spring so far here in Ontario. But regardless of how close to zero the thermostat goes my desire to do 3-hour long trainer rides on the weekends fades quickly once […]


Zwift-ing with Lionel Sanders

January 4th, 2018 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Bike, Feature, News, Workouts | No Comments »

Check out the details from the Zwift group workout that Lionel Sanders led yesterday


Can I Zwift with this?

January 3rd, 2018 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Bike, Feature, News | 1 Comment »

How to get started on Zwift and what you need to get more immersed in the virtual training world


Workout Wednesday: Cycling HIT intervals from AJ Baucco

November 22nd, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Bike, Feature, Workouts | No Comments »

If you’re crunched for time this week but still want to get in some time on the bike, this workout is for you.


Crosswinds of Kona: Just how hard do they make Ironman Hawaii?

October 26th, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Bike, Feature | No Comments »

STAC Performance co-founder Andrew Buckrell explains how the crosswinds of Kona create drag on a rider and make the bike course so difficult.


4 top tips to build more power on the bike

October 2nd, 2017 by Paul Duncan | Posted in Bike, Feature, Training | No Comments »

  Interested in building more power on the bike this year? The early season is a great time to work on some crucial components that have to do with your cycling strength. Triathlete and coach […]


When good FTP tests go bad

September 27th, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Bike, Feature | No Comments »

Coach Michael Liberzon explains how an FTP test can go wrong and strategies to make the next one better.