No one likes to be forced off the bike by injury. We round up some of the most common issues faced by cyclists and advise on how to treat and…
Boost your post ride protein stores with this easy to make smoothie recipe
Whether swooping down a descent taking perfect lines or spinning at lunatic cadence up a climb, the pros make it look easy. At times it feels like they’re on a…
Most cyclists will suffer from saddle sores from time to time. At best, these are a minor inconvenience and a little bit uncomfortable. At worst, they can require medical intervention…
The ultimate slow cooked, low calorie meal that have your taste buds tingling the moment you step back through the door.
Your lungs are burning, heart pounding, breathing rate frantic — and this is just your local climb. The thought of riding up actual mountains 1,000 or more metres higher than…
Physiological differences mean that men and women need to train in different ways, and also need to adapt their training patterns depending on their age.
RideLondon is almost here – and if you’re fighting rising waves of panic about making it round the 100 mile circuit, we've got plenty of advice for you.
Etixx nutritionist Charlotte Kennedy gives us the lowdown on what you need to eat and drink to complete the RideLondon 100
Anyone who’s raced a bike knows that cycling can be cruelly hard, but how does it stack up against other gruelling sports? Do we have a valid claim to be…
A spin class can give you all the benefits of a turbo session but with the added benefit of an instructor and a fun, sociable environment
High5 show how getting the right fuel for your upcoming event can make the world of difference
Polish rider Paweł Poljański posted an extreme looking image of his legs after a Tour de France stage, but why exactly were his legs so veiny?
Ag2r team study shows gains in Romain Bardet's power profile after post-altitude training camp testing
Common place on a multitude of climbs, hairpin bends are the perfect opportunity to break an ascent up both psychologically or physically. But how do you ride them to perfection?
How does one of the most successful Tour de France teams fuel themselves for the biggest event of the year?
‘No man is an island' is an epithet that even applies to the Tour de France yellow jersey winner. He relies on a group of riders, each with different strengths…
Make sure you don't let hours of training go to waste by ensuring that hydration strategy is on point
WorldTour team Cannondale-Drapac show you how to warm effectively for a time trial
New findings cast doubt on the performance enhancement offered by EPO, with riders who had taken the drug performing poorly in endurance tests.
Can the right drink really improve your performance or are you better off with good old H2O?
Three weeks, 21 stages, 3,535km, 198 cyclists and a combined burn of 25 million calories — so what exactly goes into fuelling the riders of the Tour de France?
Our top tips on how to climb Box Hill
Learning to cycle clipped in is a right of passage for any cyclist, these tips will help make the transition from flat pedals to clipless as seamless as possible
You won't find as many long climbs in the UK as you will on the Continent, but when you hit one you want to be in a position to conquer…