Facebook icon
Like
Twitter icon
Tweet
Forward icon
Forward

January 2015 - Newsletter 1/6


Dear Climbbybiker, dear #Name#,

Better late then never; we wish you a healthy, safe ànd sane 2015 with lots of nice cycling trips and challenges.

In this first newsletter of the year, we present you the Vuelta 2015 and some of our plans for the year. We are excited to tell you that this year, one of our contributors will attack the Seven Biggest Climbs Worldwide following the climbbybike difficulty index. Of course, you will be able to follow this acchievement closely via climbbybike.com.

Good rides!
Climbbybike.com

Vuelta 2015 has 10 top finishes!

The Vuelta has a tradition to be honoured. Just like last years, Vuelta 2015 offers us a plate with lots of bumps, called mountains. Check them out on climbbybike.

Preparing for the big climb

With the moderate winter weather conditions across the most of Europe and America, you can already start your preparation for your 2015 cycling challenge, be it that big mountain or big cycling trip. Find tips on climbbybike, for instance to prepare your attack on the majestic Col du Galibier, one of our favourite climbs.

Safety cycling

Being on the road with little or no protection (except for the obligatory helmet of course!), we all know that safety is still a huge challenge. We all have seen ve With the moderate winter weather conditions across the most of Europe and America, you can already start your preparation for your 2015 cycling challenge, be it that big mountain or big cycling trip. Find tips on climbbybike, for instance to prepare your attack on the majestic Col du Galibier, one of our favourite climbs.

Safety cycling

Story by Chris P. from Aigle, Switzerland:

Having twice descended this road I put off climbing it for as long as possible. It is a big climb of nearly 1200m, comparable to some of the famous alpine passes. It is however,far more beautiful and interesting and well worth the effort. Make sure the military are not shooting if you do it off season! I climbed it in autumn when the vineyards looked exceptional... read on

Climbs in the picture

Unpaved Colle delle Finestre in Giro 2015.
Stopped by cows on the Plateau de Beille, again in the Tour.