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…

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Power meters are getting more affordable, but knowing what to do with one is a different matter. Jon Sharples of Train Sharp Cycle Coaching explains: “The main benefit is to…

Pacing is key when it comes to time trials: go off too fast and you'll fade, hold too much back and you'll be disappointed with your time. Here we look…

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.

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

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: Jon Day is a lecturer in English at King’s College London and author of Cyclogeography: Journeys of a London Bicycle Courier. Here he discusses what cycling means to…