Speed Wobble – When The Bike Shakes Its Head
March 11, 2011
Image by Endless Pedal One of the most frightening experiences a cyclist can encounter is getting up to 70km/hr and experiencing speed wobble (a.k.a “death wobble” or “speed shimmy”) while approaching a corner. A couple weeks ago when I was chatting to Darren Baum about the geometry of a bike and how it affects handling, the […]
April 7, 2010
Descending is a skill that’s better learned on the bike than by reading a blog. However, if there’s one guy who can break it down step by step and teach the art of descending it’s two-time Olympian Rob Crowe.
March 17, 2010
It must be a horrific time for family and friends of the unfortunate Melbourne cyclist whose life was cut short this past weekend. From what I understand he was descending down one of the popular training roads (2Bays), lost control on some loose gravel, and ran into an oncoming truck. My condolences to everyone connected […]