Correct bike geometry and set-up are both vital for a healthy back, but as Andrew Hamilton explains, for some cyclists, fatigue produces undesirable changes in muscle movement which also affects…

Getting your cleats set up correctly could help you avoid injury and even make you go faster - we tell you how it works

Make the most of your morning commute and shed that spare tyre with a few simple fat burning techniques

Turbo trainers: we love to hate them. But when the weather is as filthy as it is at the moment, then they’re a necessary evil. But seeing as you’ve forced…

Many people are aware of - and often pay far too much attention to - certain rules that surround road riding. With our blend of scientific research and common-sense advice,…

Cycling isn’t always an entirely pleasurable sport. Let’s face it, we all like to see ourselves as that little bit harder than the general population, willing to push our bodies…

Strength training is now a mainstay of the pro peloton, but is hitting the gym worth the time investment for an amateur racer? Dr Oliver Bridgewood embarks on an eight-week…

Expert opinion: Dr Paul Dimeo, senior lecturer in sport at the University of Stirling, specialises in the research of drug use in sport and anti-doping policy. Here he discusses how…