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By Njinga Cycling, Jan 6 2017 04:16PM

Winter training is extremely important for many reasons and making mistakes over the colder months will have a knock-on effect on next season’s performance. Winter training is fundamental to maintaining your fitness levels, keeping up your base mileage and helping to avoid putting on weight during the off season.


By Njinga Cycling, Dec 8 2016 05:56PM

The 3rd of December marked the start of Christmas for us with our 4th Santa Charity Cycle.

Our annual ride has grown from strength to strength and this year was no expectation with a fantastic record breaking turn out. This year we reached the target of 100 cycling Santas and managed to deliver over 500 presents to Shooting Star Chase Children’s Hospice in Hampton.



By Njinga Cycling, Sep 22 2016 10:19AM


‘How much time do you take to stretch?’ ‘How much time do you spend on your core strength and stability?’


….”Not as much as I should!”


A common reply among the athletes I have worked and trained with. Of course we love our sport for many many reasons, often because of the feeling, success and elation we get from training hard and racing hard. That is what keeps us jumping back on the bike – inside or out, working hard and coming back for more! But what are the downsides to this consistent training?


By Njinga Cycling, Sep 8 2016 01:21PM

On Thursday the 1st September we hosted our first ever Njinga Team Time Trial here at the lab and what an evening of cycling it was!


We had a great turnout to the event with 8 teams competing for the coveted title of ‘Vuelta a Njinga Team Time Trial CHAMPIONS’. Each team was in with a chance of winning the event with our very own handicap system in place which added to the fiercely contested 45 minutes which followed.


We had 24 riders in the lab pushing themselves all the way
We had 24 riders in the lab pushing themselves all the way

By Njinga Cycling, Aug 25 2016 10:41AM

Once you have learnt to ride a bike pedalling becomes second nature to you. However, when was the last time you really considered how you pedal? Have you ever thought about what your pedalling technique shows you about the way you cycle or ultimately how your pedalling technique can affect your cycling performance? This blog will begin to address these questions and how at Njinga we can help to explain and improve your pedalling technique.