Even if you hang up your bike at certain times of year, there’s no reason not to stay in shape. Get four tips to help you maintain your cycling base training level.
Cycling saddle sores – painful blisters or bumps on thighs and in the groin area – can take all the fun out of your bike rides. Here are five tips to help you avoid them.
Choosing the right clothes and gear can improve your bike rides. Get a doctor’s take on eight must-haves for safe and comfortable cycling.
Nighttime isn’t the best time to hit the road on your bicycle. But, whether you love night riding or sometimes get caught out after dark, these four tips can help keep you safe while cycling.
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Planning and practicing what you eat and drink during your training can make a difference in whether you earn a PR on race day.
A good night’s sleep can improve more your mood. Find out how losing sleep can hurt your athletic performance and extra sleep can give an extra boost to your results.
Of course you focus on training in the run-up to a bike race. But it’s also important to put some thought into your recovery afterward. Here are seven tips to aid your recovery.
Bicycling offers an excellent form of exercise, especially for those of us who suffer with long-term joint problems.
Cycling earns high marks as a low-impact sport. However, there is a potential for injuries, particularly if you’re using improper technique, an ill-fitted bike, or you push yourself to do too much, too soon.
Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Exercise physiologist Christopher Travers, MS, answers this one.