WordPress remove the Classic Editor (and how to restore it)

This is a rare non-cycling post, but bear with me… It looks like WordPress have finally done it. In a move that sees post creation go from “easy” to “frustrating” the team at WordPress have removed the old Classic Editor completely from the web version. To create and edit new posts (such as this one)…

This is 40

Pardon my French, but how the actual flying fire truck did that happen?!?! Forty freakin years old already?!?! Sometimes it quite literally feels like I’ve been living as a 20-year-old for the past 20 years and then BAM! Forty… There’s no denying I am deep into MAMIL territory now. I’m there. I don’t feel forty….

HOW TO: Back up your ENTIRE Strava activity history

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably got several years and several thousand kilometres of history on your Strava account. You take it for granted that it’ll be there, available at any time for you to browse past rides, check on personal bests or compare yearly totals. But have you ever thought about what would…

Chucking the 9-5 and living that “pro cyclist” life!

Sometimes (always) in life, you’ve got to grab the proverbial bull by the horns and take a good leap. Today marks an exciting new chapter in my life. I’ve finished up at my previous eCommerce job after over four year growing that business and have jumped in with both feet, now officially working full-time with…

If you only watch one over the top marketing video today…

…make it this one for the Bowflex VeloCore! Indoor “smart bikes” are just so hot right now, it was only a matter of time before Blowflex jumped on the bandwagon. Sure maybe it’s actually really good, but this promo video, well, just sit back and enjoy the spectacle. “Three pound dumbbells so you hustle for…

What can we learn from the Garmin ransomware attack?

For almost a week, Garmin users were unable to access their Garmin Connect accounts. This meant they couldn’t upload workouts or automatically sync activities to Strava! Sure, it’s easy enough to do the old way with a USB data cable, but that’s beside the point. We all know now that Garmin were cyber attacked by…