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Bicycling South Africa

July/August 2019

Bicycling is South Africa’s leading cycling magazine and is aimed at both road and mountain biking enthusiasts. Launched in February 2003, it is published 10 times a year, targeting the fast-growing and affluent lifestyle cycling market – youngsters, adults, professional as well as casual cyclists. The magazine is filled with the best international and local content for every element of the cyclist’s life from training techniques and fitness information to inspiring human interest stories, event news, nutrition and motivation. Bicycling is also South Africa’s leading tester of bikes and gear with over 30% of the monthly magazine dedicated to the latest reviews so our readers can make the best choices.

國家/地區:
South Africa
語言:
English
出版商:
Media 24 Ltd
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EDITOR Mike Finch (mike.finch@media24.com) SENIOR DESIGNER Alana Munnik (alana.newmovementdesign@gmail.com) CHIEF SUB/MANAGING EDITOR Dave Buchanan ONLINE EDITOR Penny Rrevena (penny.trevena@media24.com) GEAR EDITOR Jon Minster (jon@jonminster.co.za) ONLINE COMMERCIAL MANAGER Tentl Barros (yentl.barros@media24.com) PUBLISHING AND MARKETING PUBLISHING & PRODUCTION MANAGER FerZa EngelVrecht COMMERCIAL HEAD OF EVENTS Francois Malan 021 408 1228 (francois.malan@media24.com) COMMERCIAL MANAGER Lise Coetsee 021 443 9833 (lise.coetsee@media24.com) MARKETING ASSISTANT AnZile Nkosi 021 408 3848 (andile.nkosi@media24.com) CAPE TOWN Gannes Burger 076 152 4605 (hannes.burger@media24.com) Nick Fitzell 071 430 6311 (nick.fitzell@media24.com) Daniela Di Fiovanni 083 709 7040 (daniela.digiovanni@media24.com) ADVERTISING SALES TEAM BUSINESS MANAGER: SALES Danie Nell 082 859 0542 (danie.nell@media24.com) JOHANNESBURG Iylee RoVertson 076 263 9114 (kylee.robertson@media24.com) Jeanine Iruger 082 342 2299 (jeanine.kruger@media24.com) Lizel Pauw 082 876 8189 (lizel.pauw@media24.com) Sharlene Smith 083 583 1604 (sharlene.smith@media24.com) Tumna Rojan 072 399 5789 (yumna.rojan@media24.com) TelanZa Mitchell 074 897 576 (yelanda.mitchell@media24.com) CIRCULATION SALES & SOLUTIONS CIRCULATION MANAGER Riaan Weyers 021 503 7179 SUBSCRIPTION MANAGER Jenny Marinus PRODUCT MANAGER EVrahim Jeftha 021 503 7169 SHARED…

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join the ride

IT TOOK JUST A WEEK TO CHANGE THE WAY I FELT ABOUT RIDING MY BIKE.The challenge wasto ride on every day that the riders atthe Giro d’Italia rode a stage. It was my personal Giro, and a desperate attempt to find some consistency in an otherwise disjointed year of riding. My own measure was just to ride every day, and not define my ride by any distance, time or speed. It was a homage to Eddy’s “Ride as much or as little, as long or as short asyou feel. But ride.” When the day looked busy,I hopped on the indoor rollers inthe early morning, and sweated it out as the rest of the family slept. // WHEN IHAD A GAP AT LUNCHTIME, I’DSNEAK OUT FOR A QUICK HOUR TO BREAK…

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the frame

THE RISE OF GREATNESS This year’s 265.7km Amstel Gold Race is being touted as one of the greatest single-day road races in history, thanks to the heroics of Dutch rider Mathieu van der Poel.Competing in only his fourth World Tour event, the 24-year-old world cyclocross champion pulled off a near-impossible comeback to win a spectacular come-from-behind sprint against the world’s best in front of his home crowd. Van der Poel only caught the three-man breakaway 150m from the line before quickly attacking down the right side of the finish line for an emotional win. OVERCOME BY PASSION The last time a Dutch rider won the famous Ardennes classic was when Van der Poel’s father Adri won the race in 1990. Like his son, Adri was a hugely successful cyclocross and road racer, and…

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inside knowledge

SELENE YEAGER BICYCLING’S ‘FIT CHICK’ IF I FEEL A TWINGE SOMEWHERE, MAYBE IN MY KNEE OR HIP, I LIGHTLY STRETCH AND ROLL BOTH SIDES OF MY BODY, NO —FJUST THE SPOT OF THE DISCOMFORT. OFTEN, THE FEELING IN ONE SITE IS THE RESULT OF TIGHTNESS OR KNOTS SOMEWHERE ELSE – LIKE WHEN A TIGHT RIGHT HIP CAUSES LEFT KNEE PAIN. ANDREW JUSKAITIS EXPERT / IT’S TEMPTING TO BE THE FIRST ONE TO OWN THE LATEST-AND-GREATEST PRODUCT, BUT IT’S WISE TO WAIT A YEAR OR TWO TO MAKE THE PURCHASE – FIRST-YEAR PRODUCT CAN OFTEN REVEAL ANOMALIES THAT MACHINE TESTING AND FIELD TESTING DIDN’T CATCH. IT’S NOT A SAFETY ISSUE, BUT USUALLY A LITTLE DETAIL LIKE A CREAKY PIVOT THAT PROTOTYPE TESTING DIDN’T CATCH. DAVE STUBBS BIKE DESIGNER / THE MIST IN MISTY…

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here’s what happens when an amateur trains like the pros

EVERY DIEHARD CYCLING FAN, SITTING ON THE SOFA’S EDGE WHILE THEIR TOUR DE FRANCE FAVOURITES SUMMIT A SAVAGELY STEEP ALPINE CLIMB, PICTURES THEMSELVES BATTLING THE SAME SERPENTINE ROADS. THIRTY-SEVEN-YEAR-OLD LAWYER JONATHAN CANFIELD CERTAINLY HAS. “I CAN JUST ENVISION GRITTING MY TEETH AND HAVING TO DIG DEEP TO PUT IN AN EFFORT THAT WOULD PUSH ME – ACYCLING MORTAL – TOMY ABSOLUTE LIMIT,” WROTE CANFIELD IN HIS APPLICATION TO TEAM ALPECIN, AN AMATEUR BRANCH OF ALPECIN CYCLING. THIS (EUROPEAN) SUMMER, CANFIELD WILL GET THAT CHANCE. HE’S THE FIRST AMATEUR SELECTED TO JOIN THE GRAN FONDO TEAM – WHICH HAS BEEN SUPPORTED WITH ELITE-LEVEL GEAR, NUTRITION, AND TRAINING BY THE GERMAN CAFFEINATED HAIR-PRODUCT MANUFACTURER FOR THE PAST 12 YEARS. ON 21 JULY, THEY WILL RACE THE 135-KILOMETRE STAGE 20 OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE…

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coal-grilled salmon

1 medium salmon (wild, if possible) fillet 1 Tbsp olive oil 2 Tbsp minced, fresh Mediterranean herbs (dill, rosemary and thyme) Salt and pepper 1. Coat the salmon with a layer of olive oil, then sprinkle the herbs over the top. Let sit in the fridge for 30 minutes. 2. Fire up your braai or charcoal grill to medium-high heat. Just before placing on the grill, sprinkle the salmon with salt and pepper. 3. Place the fillet, skin side up, over the heat and cook for 2 minutes per side, until the meat is tender and flaky. 4. Chef D’Ercole recommends pairing with a side dish of vegetables such as asparagus.…

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