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The Classics-season 2019 is here! — The Invisible Hill

We’ve seen some interesting racing this year, but the real season is just about to begin. The classics will bring the big monuments such as Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders, the nerve-wracking cobbled sections when cyclists fight for being at the front, taking on the legendary short but yet so ste

  Paris Roubaix, Road Cycling, Tours, Seasons, Classic, Blog, Seasons Of The Year, Classical Music

The Classics-season 2019 is here! — The Invisible Hill

We’ve seen some interesting racing this year, but the real season is just about to begin. The classics will bring the big monuments such as Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders, the nerve-wracking cobbled sections when cyclists fight for being at the front, taking on the legendary short but yet so ste

A look at road cycling year 2019 — The Invisible Hill

A look at road cycling year 2019 — The Invisible Hill

A look at road cycling year 2019 https://www.invisiblehillcycling.com/journal/a-look-at-road-cycling-year-2019

Looking back at my cycling season 2018 so far — The Invisible Hill Look Back At Me, Far Away, Then And Now, Looking Back, Celebrations, February, Feels, Seasons, Writing

Looking back at my cycling season 2018 so far — The Invisible Hill

It's actually great writing this seldom. Well I kind of feel bad about it, but also thinking about my last post in the beginning of February, summing up January feels like ages ago. Back then, even spring seemed far away, and now we've already put behind the midsummer celebrations.

 You need to get back on track with training after the Christmas-break. Back On Track, Finland, Racing, Blog, Auto Racing, Lace

January stats and racing on Zwift — The Invisible Hill

So we've let go of January, one of the darkest months for a road cyclist in Finland. You need to get back on track with training after the Christmas-break. The lack of sunlight does not make it any easier.

So yet another year has passed, and it's time to reflect on the kilometers and hours spent in the saddle. As 2016 was the worst cycling-wise, I was looking for a year to get back on track. Back On Track, Cycling, Country Roads, How To Get, Blog, Biking, Bicycling, Riding Bikes, Cycling Gear

My cycling year 2017 — The Invisible Hill

So yet another year has passed, and it's time to reflect on the kilometers and hours spent in the saddle. As 2016 was the worst cycling-wise, I was looking for a year to get back on track.

Cycling Year 2016 in Pictures — The Invisible Hill One Summer, Year 2016, Some Pictures, Day Trips, Sunny Days, Cycling, Sunset, Places, Outdoor Decor

Cycling Year 2016 in Pictures — The Invisible Hill

Despite the fact that 2016 was the worst cycling-wise, it still was an important year. I graduated finally, years late, but graduated. It was also the first summer having a car, which meant day-trips to places on nice sunny days. I promised I wouldn't go into any details, instead I will share some p

Connecting the dots — The Invisible Hill

Connecting the dots — The Invisible Hill

November 9, 2015, that's the date when I last posted something here. I actually took time and read that article , and realized how lost I was. And it seems my writing about it was just a way to get it out and continue on that same path.

Segments Live App Review — The Invisible Hill Live App, Let It Be, Learning, Blog, Accessories, Education, Teaching

Segments Live App Review — The Invisible Hill

When Strava was launched it was clear we had a completely new way of competing against other people who were riding the same routes we did. And even better, wherever you would ride you could measure your performance against others. As the amount of Strava users exploded it really became har

Trofeo Karlsberg 2015 — The Invisible Hill Nations Cup, Blog

Trofeo Karlsberg 2015 — The Invisible Hill

Trofeo Karlsberg is one of the hardest races in the Juniors racing calendar. It's a UCI race and has the status of a nations cup stage race, meaning the teams competing consist of national teams. Representing 19 countries in total including some strong cycling na

Kanata Wheel Works Custom SL 23 Aluminium Wheelset Review — The Invisible Hill

Kanata Wheel Works Custom SL 23 Aluminium Wheelset Review — The Invisible Hill

Custom hand built wheels, is there any sense in paying lots and lots for that if you're not competing on the elite level? What if you could get a pair of custom hand built wheels for a reasonable price? What if you could even have custom hand built wheels especially made for you, a

Weekend without racing was a weekend well spent — The Invisible Hill

Weekend without racing was a weekend well spent — The Invisible Hill

Yet another weekend behind, a weekend without racing this time. It was a weekend introducing riding in shorties and the first long ride for the year . A long ride means more than 5 hours in the saddle, at least that's what I read, so first one of those this year. Some great we

Keravan Kevätpolkaisu was the second race in the race schedule for me this year. I had some time off the bike in May and was not sure about my race form, but I was anxiously waiting to get another start after a great ride in Lattomeri earlier in April. Two By Two, Racing, Blog, Auto Racing, Lace

Keravan Kevätpolkaisu 2015 — The Invisible Hill

Keravan Kevätpolkaisu was the second race in the race schedule for me this year. I had some time off the bike in May and was not sure about my race form, but I was anxiously waiting to get another start after a great ride in Lattomeri earlier in April.

TS Kortteliajot 2015 — The Invisible Hill Bicycle, Racing, Blog, Bicycle Kick, Auto Racing, Bicycles, Lace, Bmx, Bike

TS Kortteliajot 2015 — The Invisible Hill

It's now more than a week ago since the TS Kortteliajot was ridden and I finally got time to put together a small race report. The TS Kortteliajot Sunday started off with slight rain in the morning, meaning the race would be ridden in wet conditions. That would make the hard race even harder. Fincyc

Simo Klimscheffskij memorial race 2015 — The Invisible Hill Racing, Memories, Blog, Auto Racing, Lace

Simo Klimscheffskij memorial race 2015 — The Invisible Hill

The Simo Klimscheffskij memorial race opened the Skoda Maantiecup last weekend in Turku, Finland. Fincycling had a 6 man strong team for the race consisting of; Joel Bergman, Simo Terävä, Jaakko Hänninen, Aku Keloneva, Ville Hirvenoja and Jonas Nordström.

Lattomeriajo 2015 — The Invisible Hill Ride 2, Road Cycling, Bicycle, Racing, Blog, Bicycle Kick, Auto Racing, Bicycles, Lace

Lattomeriajo 2015 — The Invisible Hill

Lattomeriajot is the traditional season opening race for the Finnish road cycling clubs. This year the race was ridden in Ulvila and consisted of a 25 km lap that was either ridden 2, 3 or 4 times depending on which group you were riding in. The race (Elite) was won by Roope Nurmi (TWD-Länk