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Easy and Super Cyclocross Rides with Gravel Bikes

So, there is lots of question coming out about gravel and cyclocross and well we’ve joked a bit on a little bit like old school mountain biking but with drop bars on something that looks a bit like a road bike, or actually, more accurately, like a cyclocross bike.

But the questions have been buzzing around my head, who actually does this?  Is this for mountain bikers that want to cover the miles on an off-road or is it for roadies that want to discover new horizons?

Basics of Cyclocross Race

So, I thought I needed to talk to someone who knows all about mountain biking and road and cyclocross, Beth Crumpton. And with three under-23cross-country national championships, a road, and a cyclocross racing career.

People want to know how to ride all these bikes well and how’s it going and there is also a question coming out have what is cyclocross?

Gravel riding has become really popular in the last few years. Fire roads, dirt tracks, and even single track have become a stomping ground of the new breed of drop-bar bikes.

From lightweight carbon bikes designed for enthusiastic fitness freaks to bash out the miles fast, to steel bikes with bags, bottles, tents, and hip flasks, at the lifestyle end of the market.

Gravel riding seems to grab the attention of a broad range of cyclists.

You’ve raced plenty of cross-country yourself. Do you see much crossover between cross-country and gravel riding?

I think there’s definitely a crossover, especially between cross-country marathon and gravel riding together.

Think you can see they cover further distances on similar terrains, so I think there’s definitely a good crossover there and I guess there are the similarities and that’s what people know very much.

The sort of rider that likes doing big days on a road bike, or mountain bike is probably going to feel like gravel biking might be for them?

It definitely could attract them to it and for sure, ’cause you’re still off-road, you’re still covering big miles and seeing good sights and it’s definitely got something for everybody.

I think it’s time for us to try it and I think we should have a go and so what about the bike type and where do they sit compared to a cross-country bike and a cyclocross bike?

The nearest comparable types of bikes. The Nuke-proof Digger is the mountain biker’s gravel bike. It’s a mountain bike brand, of course.

Cyclocross Bike Feature

It’s got wide bars that are 500 miles wide and a dropper post. It’s got a 71-degree head angle, so a couple of degrees steeper than a cross-country bike, and the reach on a medium is 396 millimeters, compare that to over 400 on a cross-country bike. The gearing is a 1x with a 40-tooth chainring and 11-42 cassette.

A cross-country bike is likely to have a smaller chainring and a wider range cassette, up to a 51. Gravel bikes are also likely to have more bosses on the frame to attach more bottles, bags, panniers, mudguards and all the kit an adventurer, or a commuter, would ever need.

Beth is riding a cyclocross bike. The original off-road drop bar bike. Cyclocross has been around for almost 120 years. It’s similar to a gravel bike but not the same.

It’s got a higher bottom bracket for pedaling all the time around in the muddy field and not as much tire clearance. Gravel bikes can run wider, more comfortable tires.

So, for me, my gravel bike has sort of been the thing that I go out and do not a very long ride to be fair, like a 20k and 30K and it can link up little loops of single track with a bit of road.

What sort of bike would you ride on that style of the ride? I think I’d definitely go for a more relaxed kind of cyclocross bike.

So, the one I’m on today is racier, but I’d probably pick one very similar but with a bit more, you know, wider tires, a bit wider handlebar, just with more relaxed angles on my bike.

On a bike, I’m running 38 tires and it feels great even on the road they don’t feel as bad as I thought, and off-road it’s really good.

I guess it gets a bit dicey in a single track. So, for me, it’s a leisure thing, I just go off and ride. But we are seeing a lot of races, big races like Dirty Kanza seem to have taken hold and even Granger, what’d you think about those?

There’s definitely a market for races and I think the scale of people riding those races is ever increasing and I think it’s a really exciting aspect of the sports well, that cycling forever developing, and it’s exciting for off-road, as well.

That it gets a mix of crowd, a mix of mountain bikers, and a mix of road riders, as well. – [Neil] It’s funny, I look at some of the pictures see on Instagram of those epic American vistas of endless fire roads.

We don’t really have that type of ride in the UK, do we?  – We don’t, no, and I think that’s why gravel riding in the UK is so much different.

We’ve got a lot of canals, we’ve got loads of towpaths, which are perfect for those gravel riding scenes to ride on, and then you’ve got yet open fields, as well.

You can link up parts of woods and roads and towpaths together and I guess that sort of answers the question posed in this article and is in the UK it’s sort of what cross-riders do, riding through muddy bogs.

Cyclocross Trail

There is you may want to know what mountain bikers do as well and riding through forests. So, I guess it’s going to attract those people to do the same sort of thing, but on a different bike.

For sure, and I think that’s what’s so exciting, especially about gravel riding. So the gravel bike has actually replaced the road bike.

I can do those rides linking the final off-road bitsy bit of fire road and a bit of road but what do you feel about the sort hipster adventure riding.

think it’s exciting and fun and it poses the fact that you can go further for longer on those big adventures and make a big trip of it.

Even getaway we’re sticking a beer in your bottle cage so who do you think gravel bikes are for? I think it’s easy to say it’s for everybody.

It’s a happy medium for mountain bikers wanting something different to not be quite classed as a roadie. There will be some of that and I suppose. I’m not bothered, but definitely, some money bikers don’t want to be associated with being a roadie.

I think that is the thing, and I think gravel riding, for sure, helps meet in the middle and It’s definitely becoming so popular.

We’ve also got niches like the racing side of it and the lifestyle, bike packing side of it, as well. Which is cool, it involves a lot of people and definitely, and I think bike packing’s such a cool thing.

You can see amazing things and go to some really cool places and meet new people, and I think gravel riding can bring two different types of bike riders together absolutely.

You may have seen various articles about cyclocross but this is one of the unique posts we’ve done on. But I definitely think there’s a happy medium, where, as you say, everyone can do a bit of it.

It’s the adventure side of a gravel bike that I really like and stick some frame bags on and I can a bike packing on a bike that’s more robust than a road bike and I’m more able to cover big miles than my cross-country bike.

Conclusion

I suppose it’s a bit like old-school bike touring but, in my eyes, it’s a lot cooler, and don’t forget you can throw in some proper off-roading on a bike that can handle it.

More bikes, more options, it can’t be a bad thing, surely?  Let us know in the comments down below if you’re into gravel bikes or if you’re curious about trying one out and want to learn more biking tips you can visit OutdoorXsports and there you can get more information.

Ten trips to Europe to make once in a lifetime

On foot, by bicycle, by van, and along rivers, in the woods, facing the sea: 5 trips to Europe to do at least once in a lifetime

Let’s face it: now the holidays where you stay in the same place are boring and outdated.

What real travelers want is an experience, savoring a country as much as possible, discovering its most hidden and evocative corners.

That’s why we have selected 5 trips to Europe that allow you to move from one city to another while admiring the sunsets along the way – whether through the window of a hippie-style van or a camper in the glaciers or riding a bicycle. with the backpack on his shoulder.

  1. The Finnish national parks

A tour in contact with nature, only for the most daring travelers.

To recommend it is Visit Finland: seven national parks in ten days, starting from Helsinki.

The first stop is 35 kilometers from the capital: the Finnish Nature Center Haltia, which with its exhibitions already allows you to savor the best of the country’s flora and fauna.

On the second day, go to the Hame Nature Center, where you can ask about the first park you will visit: Torronsuo National Park.

Continue on the third day, passing the Hameen Harkatie road, crossing Hameenlinna or Padasjoki: you are already inside the Isojarvi National Park, full of lakes.

The next day you arrive at Southern Konnevesi National Park: here a swim in Hayrylanranta is a must.

Lose yourself – not in the true sense of the word – in the ancient forests of the Pyha-Hakki National Park, where the pines are even 400 years old.

Then follow in the footsteps of the reindeer in the wild forests of Salamajarvi National Park and the next day admire the traces of the ice age that made Rokua the first Unesco Geopark.

On the eighth day, go bird watching in Liminka Bay, on a penultimate day take lots of photos of the fishing villages of Hailuoto and then, from Oulu, return to Helsinki in the vehicle of your choice.

  • How long: 10 days
  • Budget: over 1500 euros per person
  • When to go: from May to September
  1. Iceland in a camper

Probably the most unusual itinerary.

It was developed by Edoardo Massimo Del Mastro, better known as the Nomadic Mind, who periodically accompanies groups of traveling adventurers.

We leave Reykjavik, the capital, from which we then move towards Keflavik where the campers are collected.

Drive to the Golden Circle to see the explosion of the Strokkur geyser and the majestic Gullfoss waterfalls.

The third day is dedicated to the Snaefellsnes peninsula: during the day you can spot seals at Ytri-Tunga Beach, at night you can expect the Northern Lights.

We continue with the fjords of the North-West, which according to many experienced travelers offer the best landscapes of Iceland.

On the sixth day we return to the ring road, stop at the Godafoss waterfalls, until we reach Husavik, a fishing village.

In the morning, whales are sighted, while in the afternoon we move to visit the Krafla volcano.

Day eight is dedicated to Litlanesfoss waterfalls, then relax in the warm outdoor water during sunset and sleep in the Jokulsarlon glacier park.

The last few days are dedicated to icebergs, Skaftafell waterfalls, Skogafoss, and Seljalandsfoss, but also the black beach of Vik.

  • Duration: 12 days
  • Budget: 2000 euros per person
  • When to go: all year round
  1. From Trieste to Slovenia

Culture, nature, fun. There is everything in this mini-tour that starts from Trieste.

Treat yourself to a city ​​tour, visit squares, museums, and points of interest.

The next day, rent a car and head to Bled, Slovenia: a place that will leave you breathless, with a small island in the middle of a large lake.

During the day, discover the surroundings of the area, walking in the simple paths that run along the lake. Then return to one of the romantic hotels in the area to change and go out just before sunset. It will be spectacular to admire it as the sun sets and the light on the mountains in the distance makes the magical atmosphere.

Dinner is at the Bled Castle restaurant ( ask for a table with a lake view).

The next day head to Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital and one of the most interesting destinations of the year. Pretty and full of activities, culture, and food, it will amaze you.

  • How long: 5 days
  • Budget: between 400 euros and 600 per person
  • When to go: all year round
  1. From Lisbon on down

Arrive in Lisbon, the Portuguese capital, and discover for a couple of days at least its history, its alleys, and its food.

Rent a car and head to Sintra, which despite being north of the city is in the very same district as it.

You will be amazed by the rocky walls (perfect for a few shots!) And by the greenery of the gardens.

At this point you begin your descent to the south: Sines, a small fishing village that boasts a lovely Archaeological Museum.

Here, a town famous for Vasco Da Gama, do not miss a fish dinner during a beautiful sunset.

The next day, go to Praia dos Buizinhos and continue to Vila Nova de Milfontes: small villages with white huts surrounded by unique vegetation.

Continue to the cliffs of Praia do Amado until you have a picnic on Cape San Vincenzo.

At night, sleep in the Mareta View Boutique b & b, obviously asking for a room with a view.

The next day, drive to Albufeira: nightlife and beautiful views will give you magical moments.

The last stop is Faro (at the edge of the Ria Formosa national park) which also boasts an airport.

  • How long: 7 days
  • Budget: from 450 to 650 euros per person
  • When to go: June, July, August
  1. Norway from Lofoten to the North Cape

The Lofoten Islands, in Norway, offer some of the most evocative views of the globe.

This is thanks to their geographic conformation, which ranges from razor-sharp mountains to white sandy beaches.

For this reason, it is better to rely on a tour operator who knows how to advise you on the right addresses where to stay overnight and those where to rent the car.

According to the route designed by Blueberry, land at Bodo airport. Then after having collected the vehicle, stay overnight in the village and leave the next morning with a ferry crossing to Moskenes. Continue to Mortsund, stopping in the fishing villages for a few shots and a good local meal.

In States Rorbusenter’s sleep in the rorbu, the traditional Lofoten houses are built on stilts.

The next morning we leave for Svolvar, the capital of the archipelago. And drive towards Harstad through the Last.

The next day, crossing the Gisund bridge, you arrive at the island of Senja: discover the Anderdalen national park and the Senja Trolley, the largest troll in the world.

Third to last day dedicated to Alta and the arrival at the North Cape island: the view of the Arctic ocean will leave you breathless.

Leave for Hammerfest, the northernmost city in the world, continue to Tromso aboard the Hurtigruten Fjord Post: 11 hours and breathtaking views.

From here, leave the car and repair it.

  • Duration: 10 days
  • Budget: about 1500
  • When to go: May to September

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Hardtail Mountain Bike Skills You Should Know

We’ve all got to start somewhere and many of us start with a trusty hardtail. They’re the cheapest and easiest way of getting into the sports, but you’ve bought your hardtail out and you’re looking to progress your score. But what do you need to do?

Today I’ve got some top skills that you can learn on your hardtail bike to progress your ride.

The Wheelie

This skill is an absolute jam and it’s not just great for when you’re starting out on your hardtail adventures.

It’s really useful actually just to have any time and that is the wheelie. It’s great for picking your front wheel up over obstacles. It’s a skill that can transfer into other areas as well.

All in all, you need to know hardtail vs full suspension for better wheelie performance.

Moving your body around. But how do we actually do it? Let’s take a little look. The key to lifting in the front is timing your pedal stroke, pulling on the bars as you crouch over the front, and pop-up with your body and pulling up with your arms.

You’re going to want to stamp down on the pedals, firstly, with your lead foot, but then following through the pedal stroke to keep the power down, this is going to help the front end to lift up.

Once the front wheels up, carry on that pedal stroke, keeping them nice and smooth. Shifting your body weight backward and your arms extended, but not locked out.

Cover the rear brake and feather it. If needs be, this is going to stop you from looping out. A couple of top tips for pulling a little wheelie and learning them.

If you are going to do them, come somewhere where it’s a bit soft and safe to do so it’s not busier.

There’s no one around also the grounds. Nice and soft. If somewhere like this or out on a grassy field is much like the wheelie.

Then the next one is the manual equally useful. If not sometimes even. It’s almost the same as a wheelie, but actually without the peddling part, but how do we do them and where would you implement them?

Where you certainly implement them is actually out on the trail, picking the front wheel up and over lots of little obstacles.

Sometimes where you can’t get a pedal choking and let’s look at how we do them as you’re going along. Keep the pedals level squat down into the bike and then pop up shifting your weight.

Behind the rear wheel extending your arms and legs and pulling up the front wheel at the same time. As you do this, make sure you keep your weight to the rear to help with lifting that front wheel and keeping it up.

The more you practice this, the more you’ll get used to finding the balance point top tip always cover the rear brake to stop me from looping out.

Pumping

Trails they’ve got lots of different obstacles in them from fast open Rocky sections to tight twisty sections to corners to jumps.

Now you’re just starting and you’re read this article may you have some beginner tips. So, jumps might not be number one on your priority. So, what can you do over a jump like this one in front of me?

You can pump your way over it, but what is pumping well, it’s essentially using your arms legs on the bicycle to absorb obstacles in the track and trail ahead of you and use those to generate speed much like this jump here in front of me, instead of yeah. Launching off of it.

We’re going to absorb that jump, push on it, generate speed coming out of it because well, maybe we just don’t quite have the skill to go send it into oblivion to start with.

Let’s talk about this jump and we’ve got specifically in front of me though, but bear in mind, pumping can be used in anything from rough ground to turns to help generate that speed.

It’s the same process, but we’re going to be specific at this one on the run-up for something like this a controlled speed pedals level, I’m going to be standing up.

And as I get to the base of this jump, sort of around here and just at the bottom of it that’s what I’m going to start to observe the takeoff with my arms and legs, bringing the bike into the body.

Now, when I get to the top, just as I sort of go over the. That’s where I’m going to start to come up with my body.

So, I’m almost standing back up on the bike again, and then as I come back down the other side, I’m going to crouch into the bike and on the bottom or run out of this.

I’m going to push into the ground, extend my body again, to generate speed, and roll out. You want to get good at your pumping or the best places to learn actually are BMX tracks or pump tracks.

That’s what they’re specifically designed for. You can link up and turns jumps rollers of all sorts to really sort of link the motion together and get it really good plus it safe environment even better.

Bunny Hop

This next one is actually essential for the hardtail. It’s the bunny hop. It’s one of the most useful ones I think because actually it’s essentially picking the bike up and putting it down somewhere else, using your body.

Now, when you have got less bounce and all your mates out there on their big old full suspension this one can make your life so much easier when riding down these gnarly trails.

Where can you use a bunny hop then we’ll actually, there are tons of places that it’s both practical and useful skill to have from hopping over really rough sections to pick and different lines, to just clear and gaps and trail obstacles that might be in the way, how do we bunny hop?

Well, let’s start with body position. I’ve got a trustee tree I placed here earlier where I can show it. So what position are we going to be in?

We’re going to start with our pedals level up in the neutral riding position. So bum sort of over, or just slightly behind the saddle, a bend in the knees and in the arms here and just ready to sort of squat into the bike.

The first part is sort of the bunny hop motion is once you’re in that neutral riding position, you’re going to squat into the bike.

Then also shifting your weight slightly backward, kind of like a coiled snake, ready to strike. But we’ll get back to that bit in a minute.

You can practice this stuff either static, moving along, if you like, but going along in squat, into the bike, shifting your way ever so slightly back, ready to explode out of it.

It’s then all about shifting your weight backward. As I said, so it’s downshifted your weight and pull up with your arms so you’ll become down and when you shift your weight backward, you should notice that that will extend the arms as well.

Lift that front wheel so we’ve done the front end, but now he needs to get the back end to come up as well.

Once you’ve got that front-end sort of lifting kind of motion dialed in, you really need to get the back end up. That’s the bunny hop, obviously.

So, once you’re back here and your body weight is back here, it’s then leaping sort of diagonally up forwards in an to bring the back end up. So, what you’ll end up doing is something like a little cat leap like that.

This is done by forcing your feet back in the pedals to grip while shifting all your body weight, picking the front end up diagonally forward and forwards to level the bike out in the air.

As you’ve no doubt learned by now, line choice on a hardtail can be crucial to how your ride goes.

Avoiding bumps, jumping, bumps, whatever the smoothest route can actually pay dividends sometimes, especially for your ankles and wrists were thank you, Lily bumpy section today, and I’m going to run you through the line choices here and show you how I do each one.

So, you can have a little think about next time you’re on a ride.

What line might be best for you on your hotel line choice on this segment then? Well, we’ve got two main lines. You’ve got the left or right ss left outside line.

It’s smoother, but it’s longer or we then come to this, the straight line through it. It’s obviously got a bit of a drop it’s a lot steeper and is going to require a lot more commitment on your heart’s out.

The running’s about the same for both of them. So, it really depends on what you want to hit and where you are. The second part of our section then?

Well, again, there are two main lines. There’s this rider left again. So, it’s like I said, a bit Wavier, but it’s entirely, rollable all the way around the mainline.

That’s a whole lot more commitment. Once you get to the bottom, especially here on your RTL, you have got a drop that you’ve got to do.

There’s no way around it and you can’t even really roll this one, which is what makes line choice so important. I think it’s probably time we did them both and see how they go.

You have it and that’s both lines conquered on the hard tower. Now it’s clear to see that one is obviously slightly slower and longer than the other.

The other one is right behind me here, just requiring a little bit more thought and commitment on something. We know bounce on the backend, but still perfectly doable.

Conclusion

So next time, you will have a little think about what you’re going to ride and how to ride it on your trustee hard trail Street but anyway, that’s enough for today.

I hope I’ve managed to help you with some beginner skills for your new riders on hard trails out there. So for more information, you can visit OutdoorXsports and gets some cycling top skills.

Top 10 Unknown Beaches in South America

With the summer ending, our minds are inevitably projected towards the trip. That’s why we leave you a list (ordered from north to south) of the unknown beaches in South America that you surely do not know.

Unknown Beaches in South America

Let’s discover the unknown beaches in the South American

1. Ensenada de Tuja, Venezuela

Surrounded by numerous mountains, crystal clear waters, and great marine fauna, Ensenada de Tuja is a hidden tropical paradise in the state of Aragua. Thanks to its calm waves, its waters are perfect for snorkeling, diving, and stand-up paddleboarding.

How to get there: 35 km from Maracay, the only way to get to Ensenada de Tuja is by sea. From the Choroní boardwalk, you can hire a boat to get there.

2. Bahía Solano, Colombia

Bahía Solano has become, little by little, the favorite destination for travelers looking for a more authentic experience in front of the sea. Bahía Solano is located between the Serranía del Baudo and the Pacific Ocean, home to incredible biodiversity protected by the jungle landscape. This paradise is also a spectacular whale watching site between July and October.

How to get there: Due to the topographic characteristics of the area, Bahía Solano still does not have adequate access roads. To get there, you must do it by plane from the cities of Quibdó, Medellín, Cali or Bogotá. You can check prices at the Colombian airline Satena.

3. Tortuga Bay, Ecuador

Bahía Tortuga is a white sand beach located on the southern coast of Santa Cruz and is part of the beautiful and biodiverse Province of Galapagos. Apart from a paradisiacal setting, you will share the beach with unique species globally, such as multicolored crabs, marine iguanas, and the famous Galapagos tortoises.

How to get there: To get to Tortuga Bay, you can hire a water taxi from Puerto Ayora, which will drop you off for approximately 2 USD. You can also take a beautiful 2.5 km walk (40 minutes approx) from the city center.

4. Playa Dorada, Ecuador

Playa Dorada is located on Bartolomé Island, also in the Galapagos Province, and is famous for the volcanic pinnacle that adorns the northwest coast of the islet. The reddish, orange, green, and black colors, as well as cones and tubes of volcanic lava, make this mythical place one of the most coveted postcards by travelers who visit the sector.

How to get there: From Puerto Ayora, on Santa Cruz Island, there are daily tours to Bartolomé Island. The journey involves a 5-hour round trip navigation, and the tours include a visit to the viewpoint, a tour of the beach, and snorkeling.

5. Morro Branco, Brazil

Like a Martian oceanfront landscape, Brazil’s Morro Branco beach is known for its winding mazes of reddish sand. The sea is also warm and crystalline, with sands that clear as you get closer to the water. Morro Branco beach is one of the main attractions of Beberibe and has excellent tourist infrastructure to enjoy with the family.

How to get there: Morro Branco is located 85 km from the capital of the State of Ceará, Fortaleza. From here, you can hire tours for the day that you visit the beach, or you can make the journey on your own and stay in one of the Beberibe accommodations.

6. Baia Dos Porcos, Brazil

Baia Dos Porcos is by far one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil. It is located in Fernando de Noronha, an archipelago of 21 islands and islets in the Atlantic Ocean. This paradise on earth is perfect for those who want to enjoy nature in its purest form, either by resting on its delicious beaches or observing its flora and fauna.

How to get there: The cheapest way to get to Fernando de Noronha is by air. The airports with the most frequent connections to the archipelago are Recife, in Pernambuco, or Natal in Rio Grande do Norte. There are also daily flights from other main cities in Brazil and even other points in the world.

7. La Mina Beach, Peru

One of the 10 best beaches in Peru, Playa La Mina, is a treasure of clean, crystalline, calm waters of emerald color and white sands. It is shaped like a horseshoe and the surrounding hills protect it from the intense wind that blows throughout the Paracas area. It is also home to wolves, penguins, birds, and an immense variety of marine fauna.

How to get there: From Lima, La Mina beach is located at kilometer 250 of the Panamericana Sur highway, in Paracas, Ica.

8. Ovahe Beach, Chile

On one side of the famous Anakena beach, this small beach is surrounded by reddish volcanic cliffs on Easter Island. Its waters are turquoise and its fine sand is pink thanks to the mixture of red volcanic dust and eroded white corals. It is best to visit it in the morning when it receives direct sunlight.

How to get there: Ovahe is located one kilometer and a half from Anakena beach in a southeastern direction. Its access is not the simplest since you will have to walk through volcanic rocks until you arrive. However, this is the reason why the beach has retained its almost unspoiled character.

9. Ramuntcho Beach, Chile

Ramuntcho beach has gained considerable notoriety in recent years, thanks to its beauty with calm waters and a dreamlike landscape. The beach is protected by cliffs and cliffs and the native forest of the coastal sector of the Bío Bío Region. Ramuntcho is part of the Hualpén peninsula, an area that was declared a Nature Sanctuary in 1976.

How to get there: Ramuntcho beach is located 22 km from Talcahuano and 25 km from Concepción, on the southern shore of the Hualpén peninsula. Ramuntcho is reached through a gravel road. Vehicles must park at a distance of approximately 200 meters from the beach.

10. Las Grutas, Argentina

Although unknown to foreigners, Las Grutas is one of the most famous spas in Argentina. Behind its long beaches, there are cliffs full of caves, transforming the place into a perfect place for relaxation and adventure. Despite being in the middle of northern Patagonia, the warmth of its waters reaches 25º in some sectors, thanks to the warm currents that come from Brazil.

How to get there: Las Grutas is located in the Golfo San Matías, 15 km. of San Antonio Oeste in the Province of Río Negro. From Viedma, the capital of the Province, there are bus tours that reach Las Grutas in approximately 3 hours.

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How to Perfectly Fit Your Bike Pro Way

Getting your bike set up correctly is the difference between an efficient, comfortable ride or an inefficient uncomfortable ride and maybe even causing yourself some injury.

So, in this article, I’m going to run through how to set up your bike correctly for you when to do it and how to know if you’ve done it.

Three Main Parts

Three main parts of the bike. You can adjust to ensure a proper fit of the Saddle, Stem/Handlebars, and Cranks.

If you’re buying a new bike from a bike shop, but make sure you get them to set things up properly for you. So, you’re taking your new pride and joy home because of some adjustments, but not all can cost a little bit.

This article great help to you if you want to know how to measure a bike frame.

Saddle

At first, you need to set up your saddle correctly. This included subtle height, how far forward or back to have it on the subtle tilt.

So be quick, adjusting your stand on bars affects how stretched out you are on the bike. This is one of the biggest changes you can make to how your bike fits you on how you feel.

You might not need to adjust anything, but if your bike is too long for you, you’ll feel far too stretched out and you might not have proper control over your steering.

You might get a sore neck and sore shoulders and your saddle will be uncomfortable too because you’re putting pressure on places that you just don’t want the pressure.

On the other hand, if your bike setup is too short, you’ll feel constricted. Your arms will be way too close to your body and you’ll probably ride around with Ben Thompson.

As a general rule, you don’t want to be sitting bolt upright. Then at the other end, you don’t want to have your chin on the hunt boss, something in between with your back at a 45-degree angle to the floor on a 90-degree bend between the back and arms when riding on your hoods.

If you want a position that allows you to be a little bit faster and a little bit racier and you are flexible enough to do so.

Handlebar

You can do this, by moving the handlebars away from you, either by lengthening in the stem or dropping the handlebars.

Likewise, if you want something a little bit more comfortable and you are maybe not so flexible, you can do the opposite. So, moving your hunt bars up a little bit clear. You can change the height of other stuff.

Yeah. There are two peers, depending on how many spaces you have, but, or underneath it, this will have a big impact on how far you have to lean over the bike and we’ll make a big difference to how comfortable you are and your speed on the bike.

For greater adjustment, you can even replace your stem with a shorter or longer one, but this does mean spending a little bit of money.

There’s also a degree of adjustment in your handlebars to why you leave us are fitted can change how far forward do you need to reach by a good couple of centimeters?

You can also tilt your handlebars upwards or downwards, which will affect you will leave a position, but only that will affect how stretched out you are on the pike.

Have a little play around with these until you find a position that you’re happy with. When you come to tightening up the bolts, make sure you adhere to the suggested torque.

It’s important to note that once your saddle is set up correctly, it should remain where it is. Don’t be tempted to adjust it forwards or backward to affect your reach.

Drop

Handlebar Come in all different shapes and sizes, the handlebars for your road, bike consist of the following measurement. The width of the drop and the reach.

The drop is the distance between the top of the handlebars and the bottom of the curb section. A shallow drop brings everything close together meaning your hands don’t have far to travel between positions.

I think drop that is far less common on road bikes requires a bit more flexibility as you have further to travel between positions.

It will usually suit a taller more flexible rider. The reach is the distance between the straight part of the bar and the curved section where your hoods are mounted.

A longer reach should be paired with a shorter stem and vice versa. If you have shorter bars along the stem out.

This all comes down to personal preference and you can have a little play around and see what you prefer.

The width of the bar is quite self-explanatory. The correct bar size is usually down to the terrain you’re going to be riding on, your riding style, and of course your style.

A smaller bar will be better suited for road racing whereas a wider bar will give you better control over rough terrain. If you’re riding on gravel and at lower speeds.

Of course, a smaller bar better suited to smaller riders too.

Cranks

Let’s look at the cranks now far less vital found the saddle and the reach adjustment, but it should also be considered in a proper bike fit too, to start with they come in a variety of different sizes.

Usually based on the size of the bike, a smaller frame, therefore smaller rider and there is a need for a shorter crank.

This is due to leg length hip mobility and to ensure the rider isn’t overreaching at the bottom of the pedal stroke or at the top.

However, not everybody is the same there is growing evidence that having shorter cranks is more comfortable and more efficient.

Mainly because in a very aerodynamic position, your hip joint is very close, making it hard to breathe.

Having shorter cranks will alleviate that being said, the difference in crank length is millimeters ranging from 160 millimeters to 185 millimeters with by far the most common length 172.5 millimeters.

If you do think you would benefit from a different length, make sure you test it out before you go and buy one because change that it’s not cheap.

This is where a professional bike fit will come in handy. Yes, it will cost you a bit of money, but they’ll be able to analyze your body and how it interacts with the bike and take into consideration all sorts of measurements you just can’t do on your own. Again, getting all these things set up before you purchase your bike is the best thing to do.

There’s no point buying something that just doesn’t fit you. Your body will adapt to work in most positions and it might feel okay, but you could be doing yourself some harm further down the line.

you know, when you’ve got it right? Because riding a bike, what it shouldn’t hurt. You might get some aches or pains on long rides, but it shouldn’t have a be painful.

Conclusion

If you did enjoy this article, then please give it a big thumbs up and I hope it has helped you get to your bike set up correctly.

If you do have any questions, please drop them in the comment section below, and we’ll try our very best to get back to you and you can visit OutdoorXsports for more details.

Tips to avoid damage to the goods in transport

When transporting merchandise it is very important that it arrives in perfect condition at its final destination so that both the sender and the receiver are happy with the service. Whether by land, sea, or air, all packages must be well protected and placed so that they are not damaged during the journey or suffer damage.

Next, a series of recommendations are detailed that go in that line of achieving a successful transport of any type of product or material. But, first, it should be remembered that the first thing is to choose a good experienced. And a professional company that provides these services with guarantee, safety, and quality.

Pre-tests, indicators, and sealing

One of the most important tips should be followed before continuous service with the trucking company begins. Previous test shipments are essential to verify the proper functioning of the service, with all that this entails. From the excellent packaging to the arrival of the goods at their destination, through capacities of weights and supported volumes.

On the other hand, the availability of impact, leakage, vibration, or inclination indicators of the boxes is a magnificent resource. The devices connected to these packages allow you to check at all times if there is a problem that could damage them.

Another essential element in all transport is the sealing with resistant plastic tape, which ensures that each box is tightly closed. This way, neither odors nor humidity from the outside entrance. Although for this purpose it is also highly recommended to cover the products with protective materials that ensure cushioning and even withstand pressure.

Knowledge of cutting and boomerang  effect

Also related to the protection of the package, it is important that every worker (be it a transporter or a warehouse operator) knows where he can and cannot cut. The opening instructions should be clear in that regard. At the time of handling each box, no cuts, scratches, or tears can be caused that damage its content.

It should also consider the possibility that a given effect boomerang, ie the return of the product by its recipient. In this process, the transport cannot damage it either. So it is best to always use the original packaging, suitable for reuse. Thus, the customer can open the package without damaging it too much.

Empty spaces in transportation

Calculations of cargo availability on a vehicle or container must be taken into account. Because empty spaces can be a problem. It is best to have that space well measured to organize the goods. So that there are no free spaces and, if they remain, fill them. This prevents bumps, displacements, or collisions of the boxes.

Other tips include choosing quality pallets and containers, as well as checking their good condition, especially if they are for maritime transport. Inspecting packages as soon as you receive them is also important.

In short, following these recommendations and others specific to each type of merchandise. It should reach its destination without being damaged.

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Seven things you cannot miss in the eastern part of Asturias

With this article, I finish my selection of essential places in the Principality. After showing you the best of the western area and then talking about my essentials in the central area, we only need to show you these seven things that you cannot miss in the eastern area of ​​Asturias.

In any case, after these 21 recommendations, and if we add the seven I made both for Gijón and for the visit to Oviedo, my feeling is that I could tell you about fifty other places to enjoy. It is that Asturias is infinite and there is plenty to see and do in this privileged land of the north of our country, which I conquered forever, since the first time I visited.

Seven things you cannot miss in the eastern part of Asturias

The eastern part of Asturias has a lot to offer visitors. From the visit to Santina, the Virgin of Covadonga, patron saint of Asturians, to discovering the cheeses of Gamoneu and Cabrales or beaches such as Tazones, one of the most beautiful towns in Spain with whose photo -of Roberto Sueiras – we have opened, and other beautiful landscapes of the coast, this area of ​​Asturias will also make you fall in love.

1.Learn all about Cabrales cheese at Cueva el Cares in Arenas de Cabrales

Located in Arenas de Cabrales in the eastern part of Asturias, Cueva del Cares is the cave where the Fundación Cabrales has a guided exhibition and a visit to a maturing cave for this popular variety of cheese. The Cabrales cheese cave is located next to the Cares river bridge.

You can get there from the general highway AS-114, which goes from Cangas de Onís to Panes, where you have to travel about 500 meters towards Poncebos to get there. The detour is well indicated.

  1. Come to the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Covadonga in Cangas de Onis

A visit to the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Covadonga in Cangas de Onís is essential in any visit to Asturias. Here you can read more about this visit that we have long recommended to you, with clues to take advantage of the time.

The beauty of the enclave, the history of Don Pelayo. And the Virgin is summarized in two points of interest for every visitor to the area. On the one hand the cave or sanctuary and on the other the basilica dedicated to the Virgin of Covadonga.

  1. Walk the hiking route between La Isla and Huerres (Güernes) in Colunga

It is a beautiful route along the edge of the cliffs. Leaving the car in Huerres, we can do this tour also suitable for children. On the way, we will find some benches and viewpoints by the sea, with Lastres on the horizon.

With good hiking or trekking shoes, we can enjoy this route that can be a circular route to return to the parking lot where we have parked the vehicle. The landscapes will enchant you. (Photo by Manuramis )

  1. Visit the Ethnographic Museum of Porrúa in Llanes

A visit to the Porrúa Ethnographic Museum in Llanes will help you understand artisan activities in the area, such as cheese and butter making, manual brick and tile manufacturing, some textile processes, traditional popular clothing, carpentry workshop, tools of cutting of wood, washerwomen, agricultural implements and a collection of enameled iron pieces, in a natural setting.

The museum is made up of a set of traditional rural buildings, dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, located inside an estate set up as a public park.

  1. Contemplate or do the Descent of the Sella

The International Descent of the Sella or ‘Les canoes’ is a well-known event throughout the world. In Cangas de Onis you can enjoy this impressive sporting event in a route of about twenty kilometers organized by the Spanish Federation of Canoeing, the Federation of the Principality of Asturias, and the International Downhill Committee of the Sella. Due to its spectacular nature and history, it has been declared a festival of tourist interest.

We have already told you about this event on other occasions. But it is an unforgettable experience especially if you like water sports and want to enjoy the bravery of the Principality’s waters. Keep reading What to see in Rouen? Best tourist attractions in the Rouen

  1. Discover the granaries in Espinareu

In this village called Espinareu or Espinaredo, in Piloña, you will be able to discover many granaries and bread baskets, -understanding their difference- and take impressive photographs of these beautiful and useful buildings. On the Asturias Guide website, you have more information about this town. The one with the most granaries in the whole Principality.

  1. Rest at the Parador de Cangas de Onis

This beautiful building is built on what was an old 12th-century monastery established next to the Sella River, within the Picos de Europa National Park. The monastery had some power and control over the river, being in charge of ringing the bells when the first salmon from the river was caught, which is given, precisely for that reason, the name of the company.

In the surroundings, you will enjoy the millenary yew and many attractions that you will undoubtedly discover. It is a good point for headquarters to do the tours of Asturias or to rest after having discovered all our suggestions for the principality. It also has a great assortment of Asturian cheeses to satisfy the appetite of fans for the quality of this product.

What to see in Toulouse in one day trip?

You travel to Toulouse, you only have one day, and you want to know what to see in such a short time. That’s what happened to us. We also wanted to explore its surroundings and we only had one day to visit the city. He deserves much more, at least a weekend, but if you can’t stay, we’ll tell you what to see in Toulouse in one day and put it all on a map.

What to see in Rouen? Best tourist attractions in the Rouen

The capital of Normandy, Rouen, has everything you could ask for in a city in northern France. Medieval alleys, noble stone palaces and half-timbered houses, Gothic churches with large windows, museums and even contemporary buildings that do not clash with the rest. So that the wonder doesn’t overwhelm you, here there’s our selection of places: what to see in Rouen. And even a different route around the city if you have a little more time.

What to see in Norway? Best tourist attractions and places

Norway is a gigantic country. Maybe not so much in size, but many landscapes of history and art. So big that it is practically impossible to think of visiting everything in a single trip to Norway. Too many places to see in Norway routes to do, monuments to visit … so you have to go little by little. What is “natural” is to start in the south –yes, there is also south in the north–, which we did. Deciding what surprised, fascinated, impacted us the most… is very complicated. Even more so, take that list as “what to see in Norway. Because I am sure that many were left out of our itinerary and because the colors were to taste.

What to see in Albi France?

Albi has many reasons to be proud of herself. A historic center declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the largest brick cathedral in the world. The museum with the largest collection of works by Toulouse-Lautrec on the planet, its beautiful views over the River Tarn. Yes, despite its small size, there is much to see in Albi. Are you accompanying us through the red city of France? Let’s see what to see in Albi France?

What to see in Albi France?

We take you to the episcopal city where the Church faced the Cathar heresy with the so-called “Albigensian crusade” Yes, that’s where the name comes from and where, six centuries later, one of the greatest Post-Impressionist painters, Henri de Toulouse, was born- Lautrec. A city with warm tones that, depending on the time of day and year, varies between red, pink, and ocher. Why? The most typical construction material in the area: brick. That brick has given her the nickname of Ville Rouge red city- or Dame de Brique brick lady.

As soon as we got to the historic center of Albi, we realized that our rented car was the most out of tune through those medieval streets. It was time to “hide” it in an underground parking lot and walk through those alleys.

THE CATHEDRAL OF SANTA CECILIA, THE FIRST THING TO SEE IN ALBI

We are very clear that it is the first thing to see in Albi: the Cathedral of Santa Cecilia. As with the churches and palaces of the Occitan capital – we will tell you about it in our article with the places to visit in Toulouse – the Albi cathedral is also built-in brick. There were no quarries in this area, but there was a skill in making bricks made with earth taken directly from the Tarn River. And for the cathedral, they had to make a few: it is the largest brick cathedral in the world – not a church that of St. Mary of Gdańsk surpasses it. Without a doubt, it is imposing for a while, and not only because of its size but because of its appearance of strength.

The medieval fortified churches – the cathedral was built between the 13th and 15th centuries – were typical of this area of ​​”Cathar heretics” to whom the Church’s strength had to be demonstrated. Of course, in the interior, there is no longer any sober military architecture that is worth it.

THE INTERIOR OF THE ALBI CATHEDRAL

The striking Gothic portal already gives an idea of ​​what you will find inside. Still, it is when you set foot in the Church that you will discover that there, the symbol of the fight against the Cathar heresy – which preached the poverty of the clergy – is no longer strength but ostentation. All art: not a square inch is left unpainted. With its blue background, the vault reminded us of the great hall of Harry Potter’s school, Hogwarts, with its enchanted ceiling showing the sky. Of course, there is no magic trick here, “only” fresco painting.

When we were told that these frescoes were from the same period as those in the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel but that they had hardly been restored, we could not believe it. The explanation is “simple”: the loopholes Yes, loopholes, after all, it is a fortress and the porous brick make the air circulate inside the warehouse, and the paintings breathe and stay better. Welcome, be the skill of the 13th-century builders who thought of everything… or luck!

When we say that everything is art, we are not referring only to the frescoes: the pulpit, the organ, the canvases … and above all, the choir and the jubé will make you not know where to look. The jubé is that wall that separates the choir from the retrochoir that looks like a lace fabric.

THE BERBIE PALACE

Between the cathedral and the river, Tarn stands the other great medieval building that you have to visit in Albi, yes or yes: the Palais de la Berbie. It is from the same period as the cathedral – 13th-15th centuries – and, again, it has this objective of “demonstrating the strength of the Church.” In this case, the force of the highest ecclesiastical authority in Albi was the episcopal palace – barbie means bishop in Occitan.

Despite being called a palace, it is a great fortress. The French gardens in the old parade ground, which we saw above, overlook the River Tarn and are the only “delicate” part of the construction they were added later. You will be welcomed to the palace by its defensive walls and towers: they didn’t hang out with little girls in the thirteenth century.

As with the cathedral, the interior of the Palais de la Berbie is something else. There, not only narrow and dark medieval corridors await you, but also varnished terracotta floors. The one in the Inquisition room, large halls with vaulted ceilings or wooden coffered ceilings, is a Renaissance gallery. A Gothic chapel with Baroque decoration … And it is that, until the French Revolution, the bishops of Albi converted into archbishops at the end of the seventeenth century continued to be the great lords of the city. But, above all, the Toulouse-Lautrec museum awaits you, another great essential.

What to do in st Petersburg? 10 things

On your trip to Russia, you cannot miss a step through its ancient capital, and to make the most of those days, we are going to tell you what to do in st petersburg. Founded in the early 1700s by Peter the Great, who understood that looking towards Europe was essential for the development of his beloved Russia, Saint Petersburg is one of the great jewels of the country. Petrograd before, Leningrad after, the city’s history is relatively recent, but not at all boring. Peter the Great wanted to bring together the best of Europe here, so he relied on excellent architects and artists to create the most beautiful city in the world from scratch. The result is a monumental and elegant open-air museum that almost overwhelms the visitor.

Things to do in Rimini: Best places

If in Italy you say Rimini, everyone will tell you about its great beaches on the Adriatic Riviera 15 km of beaches no less! and its party. If you are from my fifth, you will remember those great clubs that in the ’80s and’ 90s were the center of the Italian macro party. Many foreign tourists who know it also do so for its beaches, if they come from northern Europe, or because they have passed through here on their way to the small Republic of San Marino.

Best things to do in Costa Brava

Did you come here looking for ideas of things to see and do on the Costa Brava? Cool! Today we will tell you about this Catalan corner that we enjoyed so much in our years living in Barcelona. More than 200 kilometers of coastline bring together the essence of the Mediterranean, full of beautiful beaches and coves with crystal clear waters and an interior that hides a few surprises (from villages that seem carved in the rock to botanical gardens).

Things to do in Bologna

We always say it, but you have to put your cards on the table every time: we are not objective with Bologna. It is our favorite city in Italy – beyond Rome, of course – and it also has a history for us. In passing or as a destination, we have visited it dozens of times and always find new reasons to return. New, although only with “the same old,” there are already reasons to do it every year. How many reasons do you need? Here you have no less than things to do in Bologna. Surely they are enough.

Best places to visit in Antwerp

For the amount of Rubens works alone, Belgium’s most populous city is well worth a visit. But that is only one of the reasons. Did you know that, in the 16th century, the taxes collected by the Spanish crown in its port were equal to the income from the silver mines of Potosí? In addition to paying taxes, Merchants also built palaces and commissioned works of art to decorate them. Of course, there is also a market square, a Stadhuis, a cathedral … Come on, and there is no shortage of places to visit in Antwerp.

Best towns in Tuscany

How many charming towns will there be in Italian Tuscany? Well, a few dozen. Medieval, Etruscan or Renaissance villages, huddled on top of hills or spread out in wide valleys, surrounded by fields of wheat, vineyards or poppies, near Florence, Pisa, Siena or the sea … How to choose then? It is very complicated, but we have tried to make a selection of some of what we believe are among the best towns in Tuscany.

South and West Iceland in 7 Days Self-Drive Tour

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