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…
With summer behind us, it’s time to look beyond the realms of road racing and time trials, says Dr Josephine Perry
Inflammation is not your enemy — it is a crucial element in recovery says Vicky Ware
Sometimes cycling on your own is great, but a lot of the time being part of a cycling club is the best way to go riding
We ruminate on riding against the machine: should we use data all the time when cycling?
Winter is the perfect time of year to get a jump-start on next season's cycle training. Here are some top tips to make sure you are fast and lean come…
Is it possible to blag your way around one of these monumental rides, like La Marmotte, whilst being severely under-trained?
Fabian Cancellara has one word to describe amateur time triallists in the UK: “crazy”. All the same, the TT maestro was happy to pass on 11 nuggets of wisdom that…
Winter has arrived for most people, so you might be tempted to pack away the bike and hibernate for the next six months. But these tips from winter-hardened pros prove…
Tips to help you maximise your fitness over the off-season and not suffer burnout
The British rider took his career up a level with a strict diet and training regime after his move to the South of France
Riding indoors on rollers has many benefits, and isn’t as boring as you might think
As a chilly breeze replaces the warm summer air, the inclination to ride naturally begins to ebb. Here are 16 ways to keep your cycling motivation through autumn and into
What really happens to your cycling fitness if you're forced to take an extended break from the saddle? Physiologist Andrew Hamilton explains the consequences of the time off the bike
Frans Verbeeck trained hard and long, but there was one rider he couldn't out-train
They may look tricky to use, but once you master the basics of using rollers they are a great way of getting a solid training session in without exposing yourself…
We talk you through how to conquer the gruelling Rosedale Chimney, or Chimney Bank, in North Yorkshire
We investigate whether a dedicated bike for the colder season is a necessity or a luxury, and ask do you really need a winter bike?
The annual cycling training hiatus explained
Dealt a devastating diagnosis, Bob Munro got on his bike, got fit, and set about raising hundreds of thousands of pounds to help find treatments that could prolong his life
Steve Shrubsall got to grips with an electric bike, and here are the seven things he learned from the experience
Does stretching maintain flexibility and prevent cycling injury? Or is it just a waste of time?
Look ahead 10 or 20 years, how are cyclists of the future training smarter and more effectively? Simon Schofield canvasses opinion from three innovators at the cutting edge
Familiar only to those with a keen eye on the Tour of Austria, we look at how to conquer the climb of the Kitzbüheler Horn
Just how do you hold down a full-time job and compete at the highest level? Stephen Shrubsall meets the ordinary people who’ve dared to dream big