Eddie Anderson is Team Alpecin-Fenix first professional gravel biker. Alpecin Cycling interviewed him about the fascination around the sport.
Our goals are the monuments and a Tour stage! Interview with Alpecin-Fenix team manager Philip Roodhooft
Alpecin-Fenix’ team manager focuses on monuments, Tour de France, Olympic Games and road World Championships.In an interview with Alpecin Cycling, Alpecin-Fenix team manager Philip Roodhooft talks about his team’s goals for the 2021 season. Philip Roodhooft, manager of the Alpecin-Fenix… weiterlesen
Nutritionist Corinne Reinhard provides answers to the most important questions on the topic of “proteins in cycling”. Learn from the nutrition expert about the right timing for protein intake, the optimal amount and different types of protein sources. Corinne Reinhard… weiterlesen
How can tubeless tyres for road bikes and gravel bikes be mounted quickly, smoothly and safely? Felix Schäfermeier, Product Manager Road Bike at Schwalbe tyres, is an expert in this field and gives advice on how to mount tubeless tyres… weiterlesen
Maximise the success of your road bike training! In order to improve, you’ll need to prepare your training sessions and complete them in a disciplined manner.
Off-bike winter training: Which cross- and compensatory training options are the best for road cyclists when it is cold and wet outside?
As best 2020 ProTeam Alpecin-Fenix around top rider Mathieu van der Poel earned to compete in the most important cycling races in 2021.
The duel of the two currently dominating cyclocross riders enters the next round. Next Sunday, Mathieu van der Poel and Wout van Aert will fight for the coveted rainbow jersey. Which one of them will win the title “World Champion”… weiterlesen
The 107th edition of the Tour of France will start in Nice on August 29, 2020. It will lead the peloton to Paris via 21 stages with all in all 3,470 kilometres and 29 climbs, before it ends in the… weiterlesen
Road cycling in the sun! There is hardly anything more beautiful than clocking up some kilometres in bright sunshine under a blue sky. The sun also supports our health and fitness, because its UVB rays are essential for our organism to produce the vital vitamin D. But too much “solar… weiterlesen