Journal

Aperitivo time: Recipes for our favorite cocktails

April 6th, 2020 - Colin O'Brien

We always have the makings of a few signature cocktails close to hand. There’s nothing wrong with reaching for an ice-cold beer or a glass of wine at the end of the day, but sometimes you just need something a little more special.

Food and drink can be a great way to relive memories, especially in times like these. And while there’s no substitute for enjoying one of these with friends after a long bike ride in Italy or Portugal, we’re tipping our hat to all the places we can’t wait to go with these signature cocktails. So bottoms up, and here’s to raising a glass together real soon.

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Tiramisu: The perfect pick-me-up recipe

April 5th, 2020 - Colin O'Brien

Anyone who has ever spent time with us in Tuscany will have fond memories of the tiramisu at Borgolecchi. In fact, anyone who has spent any time at all in Italy had at least one tiramisu after dinner that left a lasting impression. The name means “pick me up” in Italian, and that’s exactly what it is, a sweet, creamy, slightly caffeinated treat that puts a spring in your step after a good, long meal.

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Do you Zwift? Here’s how to get set up and join us for rides!

March 23rd, 2020 - Colin O'Brien

Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past few years, or at least somewhere where there’s year-round riding weather, you will have definitely heard people talking about Zwift. It’s the best way to get your cycling fix when you can’t go outside. 

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Who wants a (Michelin-starred) cookie?

March 22nd, 2020 - Colin O'Brien

Who doesn’t love a cookie from time to time? Especially after a long ride, with a nice cup of coffee. We don’t like to do things by halves, however, so any old cookie just wouldn’t do. We like our cookies with some Michelin-star flare, so we got in touch with a good friend for some help.

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A cyclist’s guide to stretching & core exercises

March 18th, 2020 - Staff Writer

Building a strong core and increasing your flexibility will have a dramatic affect on your life, on and off the bike. Not only will it make you a better, fitter athlete, but when you’re spending hours in the saddle it will make you a more comfortable one, too. So once we realised that we had a leading personal trainer and fitness instructor in the gang, we asked her to come up with this guide to core work and stretching, just for you. Read it and make a few minutes time each day to practice a little. You will not regret it. 

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Our updated policies for Coronavirus (Covid-19)

March 15th, 2020 - João Correia, inGamba founder

As we all continue to face a period of unique and unprecedented uncertainty due to Coronavirus (Covid-19), I wanted to reach out to the inGamba community in a spirit of friendship and give you an update on how we are adjusting our calendar so as to give our guests as many options as possible over the next few weeks and for the duration of the 2020 season.

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Gambrinus – The Lisbon eatery that gets better with age

March 9th, 2020 - Colin O'Brien

Whenever I’m in Lisbon, Gambrinus is the first place I go. I was first introduced to it by inGamba’s founder, João Correia, who has been a patron since he was in short pants, when his grandfather was a regular. João’s a good man to have around when it’s time for dinner, and though we’ve eaten together in plenty of memorable places around the world, few have made the same impression.

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