When looked at over a period of months, your average speed can tell you a great deal about how you’re improving as a cyclist. Here’s some top tips to get…
The fountain of eternal youth hasn't been located yet, but the bike in your garage is a good place to start
We ruminate on riding against the machine: should we use data all the time when cycling?
Cyclists are obsessed with output. We spend fortunes on hardware and sof tware to monitor power, heart rate and calorie burn, to track our rides and compare ourselves with others.…
Having learnt the hard way about body weight obsession, Charlie Graham-Dixon goes in search of a healthier perspective
A spell of hot weather needn't stop you enjoying your riding, as long as you take some precautions to prevent over-heating and dehydration
Sedentary lifestyles, poor posture and overtraining can all lead to ineffective use of your backside
Your optimum riding position changes over time according to age, weight and flexibility. Is it high time you had a fresh bike-fit?
Etixx nutritionist Charlotte Kennedy gives us the lowdown on what you need to eat and drink to complete the RideLondon 100
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?
here’s a line between suffering for long-term gains and pain which can signal you’re at risk of further injury. Know when to tell the difference.
Every person you see on a bike was a beginner cyclist once. Regardless if that was when they were three years old and astride a balance bike or well over…
Three weeks, 21 stages, 3351km, 176 riders and a combined burn of 25 million calories — so what exactly goes into fuelling the riders of the Tour de France?
Three weeks of solid riding and over 3,000 kilometres in total - surely that'd be enough to drop a couple of inches on the waist?
Facing up to her pre-race nerves, Michelle Arthurs-Brennan discovers that confronting fears head-on can help you ride faster
Hay fever can be a nightmare for cyclists, but there are effective steps you can take to reduce symptoms and keep riding explains Vicky Ware
Ten miles is an iconic distance for British domestic time triallists, but how can you eke out every second possible this summer to set a new 10-mile PB?
Why you need chamois cream, how to apply it, and where to buy it
Looking to build some muscle through cycling? You may need to hit the gym, too
CW fitness editor David Bradford investigates growing evidence that years of endurance exercise can lead to troublesome changes in the heart.
The former world champion, Dame Sarah Storey and a consultant obstetrician provide their advice for expectant mothers
How do you draw your roadmap to success? Hannah Reynolds and Josephine Perry explain how to build your personal profile and turn self-knowledge into success
Learn from the pros to fuel your cycling performance, manage your weight and improve your health
Brands will always have data to back up the bikes they make - but what trends do those building bikes for individuals see?
Body Mass Index, or BMI, is widely used to measure if you are a healthy weight… but does it work for bike riders?