Cycling

The cyclist’s positioning: the key to cycling comfort

Fear of discomfort or pain discourages many people from cycling. And yet, few people know the importance of positioning, in which the art and science of adjusting all the bicycle’s…

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Pumped up

If you’re looking for an adrenaline-pumping good time, the new pump bike track at the Parc du Curé-Deslauriers is a must-do this summer. A video posted to social media by…

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New destination for mountain biking: Mont Blanc

A wind of change is blowing at Mont Blanc, which is now positioning itself as a two-season resort. Well known for its relaxed skiing atmosphere, Mont Blanc is announcing an…

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Athletes in Transition Project: Magali Tisseyre (Part one)

This is the continuation of the series called the Athletes in Transition Project (ATP). The columns result from my informal discussions with some of our superstar athletes from the Laurentians:…

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The Balkans Mirage: reinventing adventure film

In May 2022, four Mont-Tremblantdwellers travelled up and down the Balkans by bicycle to make The Balkans Mirage: A Journey On Wheels. Playful, well done and flavoured with humour, the…

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Félix Burke: champion revisits childhood trails

Félix Burke is a top athlete in mountain biking with many medals to his credit both nationally and internationally. He now lives in the Canadian West where he enjoys the…

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Cycling event on the chemin du Nordet

The second Ascension du col du Nordet Hillclimb will take place this coming September 24. Ratified by the Fédération québécoise des sports cyclistes (FQSC), the event has participants complete a…

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Winter biking: friend or foe of the outdoors?

Fat bikes – bikes with ultra-wide, low-pressure tires – are becoming increasingly popular. But fat biking is not living in peaceful harmony with existing outdoor activities. Skate skiers note that…

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Earn every run

Alpine touring is in full growth mode in the Laurentians. More and more fans of the sport are choosing to climb “on skins” rather than use the chairlifts. Some people…

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All the world’s a playground!

The new Quebec Enduro Elite champion, Kayla Morin-Blanchette, may be riding against international-calibre mountain bikers outside North America next season, notably thanks to a $5000 contribution from Mont-Tremblant’s Le P’tit…

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