Journal

#Fitbyspring: The road less travelled

January 15th, 2016 - Joao Correia

It had been a while since I’d done anything that was more than three hours. And if I did, a nap would follow pretty quickly. I’d hit the pillow as if I had done a six-hour race. But then Nate, inGamba’s head of field operations, suggested we do his favorite ride ever. Read More

new year resolutions for a cyclist

January 1st, 2016 - Colin O'Brien

1. I will embrace every adventure that life presents. Read More

#Fitbyspring: Joao’s comeback begins

December 22nd, 2015 - Joao Correia

From the desk of João Correia: 

It starts coming back pretty quickly. A lot of it’s got that Déjà vu quality. That first call with your coach, where you start talking about things like goals, timelines, hours for riding, diet. A few “oh yeah” moments that jog your memory and then take you from thinking about it to actually doing it. Read More


#Fitbyspring: A guide to making your comeback

December 19th, 2015 - Colin O'Brien

“Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life, son.” Read More

#GivingTuesday: you can make a difference

November 30th, 2015 - Colin O'Brien

If you’ve travelled with us before, you’ll know how important World Bicycle Relief is to everyone at inGamba. We’ve been blessed in so many ways and we believe that it’s our duty to spread the love and make sure that we do what we can to help the less fortunate. That’s why we donate the cost of a bike to the WBR program for every single guest that comes on a trip with us. Read More


#fitbyspring: the beginning

November 27th, 2015 - Colin O'Brien

Regular readers of this blog will know that inGamba has just launched it’s own battle of the bulge in a bid to be a team full of lean, lightning-quick riders by the start of our 2016 season. We’re calling it #Fitbyspring, and you can read about what we have planned, here. Read More

#Fitbyspring

November 20th, 2015 - Colin O'Brien

Cycling is more fun when you’re fit. And thin. Anyone who’s been on a ride lately with our boss will know that despite being an ex-pro, right now, he is neither fit nor thin. And he hates this. It makes him grumpy and, dare we say, not much fun to ride with. Read More