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Care for your Bike: Must-have Bike Cleaning Tips
With winter comes the time when bike cleaning moves from “I could” to “I should” even for the biggest bike cleaning grouch. Here from our rider Alice how to take best care of your bike in four easy steps.
A post-partum cycling journey continued: Hear again from Juli
Juli shared her cycling journey during pregnancy and post-partum with us over many months. We checked in with Juli once more to hear how she manages to accommodate her new life – bike rides with baby on board included.
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Veloine wins EUROBIKE Gold Award 2021 for Pregnancy Cycling Wear
Veloine x reNEW: A new approach to sustainable cycling apparel
From Zero to Italy
Over the past year, many people discovered cycling. If you're a beginner, what other cyclists are doing may often seem a long way off. Henri shares her journey from zero cycling to crossing the alps 620km from Munich to Bologna just a few months later.
"... still a cyclist"
Journalist, broadcaster and cyclist Rebecca Charlton chats to Veloine rider Juli on her postpartum journey and asks how she’s found the key to juggling it all. Spoiler: There is a lesson for us all in the cycling community.
Veloine x komoot Challenge: Longest Day, Longest Ride
After what seemed like an endless winter, summer is finally here. The longest day of the year is soon upon us: on June 21 we will get more hours of daylight than on any other day in the year. Make the most of this day on your bike and join our #longestdaylongestride challenge on komoot.
The post-partum cycling journey: Watch Juli's Story
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The post-partum journey: “Everything has changed. Except my love for cycling.”
Juli is a passionate cyclist, triathlete, and mother to a new-born. During her pregnancy, she continued cycling all the way. Now, three months after giving birth, she shares her post-partum journey with us.
Bike fitting: better performance and more fun through the right fit
You are out and about for a couple of hours, but at some point your hands start falling asleep. Your knee is hurting anyway. Not to mention your butt. Wrong bike? Not trained well enough? No, just time to check your position on the bike.