Colorado to Iceland: Q&A with Shared Territory’s Justin Balog

Colorado to Iceland: Q&A with Shared Territory’s Justin Balog

Justin Balog is a Colorado cyclist, videographer and photographer who has captured the various adventures of others. But he isn’t afraid to get out there himself. In 2018, Justin and a friend set out to ride straight across the rugged heartland of Iceland. You...
Indoor training: The hardware you need and the software we recommend

Indoor training: The hardware you need and the software we recommend

Indoor training can be engaging and highly effective – but you have to be intentional about it. You can’t just buy a trainer and expect to get fit anymore than you can expect to lose weight just by buying a bathroom scale.  Here I’ll walk you through what you...
Pro tips to stay fit this winter

Pro tips to stay fit this winter

In Colorado, wintertime can mean 50 degrees and sunny one day and 20 degrees and a foot of snow the next. What’s a cyclist to do? We talked to two coaches who work with athletes from Tour de France riders to weekend warriors for their advice on how to stay fit and motivated through the winter.

Roll Massif reimagines cycling with eight Colorado sportives

Roll Massif reimagines cycling with eight Colorado sportives

Roll Massif is a new collection of eight road, gravel and mountain bike sportives across the state of Colorado. Roll Massif builds on the legacy of existing road cycling institutions like Copper Triangle, Elephant Rock and Tour of the Moon with brand new sportives like Wild Horse Gravel in De Beque and Crooked Gravel in Winter Park.

Long-term test: The best GPS

Long-term test: The best GPS

I’ve tested GPS units for years – sometimes running two, three and even four head units concurrently when also testing power meters. Yes, my friends just shake their heads in shame. But hopefully the takeaway for you is helpful: after 10,000+ miles a year and dozens of GPS units tested, here are the five units I recommend.