Performance chef Alan Murchison highlights what fast food choices are best when you're in need of an on-the-go feast
British land speed record holder, Ken Buckley assesses the interrelationship between fitness, aerodynamics and power to establish your perfect riding position
We performed a basic experiment to see if there is a significant aerodynamic difference between climbing in and out of the saddle
Prepare well and you can ensure your training camp is a triumphant and not a disappointment
Nature or nurture? We ask some of the world's best riders how they reached the top of their respective disciplines
Trek-Segafredo team chef Kim Rokkjaer talks us through some of his experiences of life on the road, and what it takes to keep a pro team fuelled.
We take a quick look at some of the more popular pedal-cleat systems on the market, which include; Look Keo, Shimano SPD and SL, Speedplay and Time Xpresso
Cobbles bring out the supreme bike handlers and hard men of the pro peloton, here are a few useful hints to help you join them.
Want to graduate from 60-mile rides to 100-milers? We show you how to do it
Want to go faster? Jamie Ewbank explains how to spend your time and money more effectively, that is, to reap bigger performance gains
Get your cycling off to a flyer — and begin spring as you mean to go on with these tips to maximise your cycling and fitness in the early season
The boredom of the turbo-trainer is the cyclist’s annual test of motivation: here's how to both enjoy indoor training and maximise your potential for a successful 2014
The hips are the true power plant of your pedal stroke, so it pays to look after them says Lexie Williamson
We take a look at the best way to determine your blubber count
There is an abundance of training theories that have been banded around over the years, but it is important to separate the fads from the facts.
With power meters gaining in popularity, is there still a benefit to training with heart rate?
Is the concept of ‘marginal gains’ still relevant to amateur cyclists, or has it been unmasked as a fancy term for pointless perfectionism and pro-team secretiveness?
Why you need chamois cream, how to apply it, and where to buy it
As Team Sky continues to crisis manage the fallout from leaked TUE records, David Bradford hunts for the truth about the prevalence, effects and treatment of asthma among cyclists
Eating during a stage race is not a matter to be taken lightly, so we chat to pro riders and team helpers to see how they fuel properly.
Making a training mistake or two during your cycling life is inevitable. But focusing on your own ability and goals is the key to keeping your progress on track.
Team chef Sean Fowler provides the perfect pick me up breakfast that isn’t just for Shrove Tuesday
If you need a good, hearty meal to spur you home at the end of a long ride, this this slow-cooked lamb shoulder will provide great motivation and nutrition.
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…
Recovery is an important part of training, which means you need to eat properly in the hour after finishing your ride, such as with this thai curry dish.