What's that special item you dream of buying? For many 'normal' people it's a car, or a house or maybe the holiday of a lifetime. Cyclists are a bit of a different breed. For many of them, they dream of owning a bike. But not just any bike, they dream of the perfect bike.
Sports science has shown repeatedly that rest and recovery are important parts of the training cycle. We believe that useful tips and clear explanations of the terms will help you improve your performance and enjoy your time off.
I can't think of a topic with more myths, unbelievable stories, and outrageous claims than cycling supplements. You’ll find thousands of posts praising yet another super supplement, and an equal number of posts saying the complete opposite.
If you take your cycling seriously and are committed to improving your fitness, then using a training plan as a key part of your routine is the best way to reach your goals and allow you to compete at a higher level. In this handy guide, you will find all you need to know about choosing the right training plan.
A turbo trainer is an excellent tool for staying fit when you can’t ride outside and giving your training the best structure it can have. It can get really addictive, and a lot of cyclists find themselves enjoying riding indoors more than riding outdoors. For many riders, the bike might live on the turbo for months at ...
When it comes to cycling performance, you hear the term heart rate come up often. It can be a great tool to help improve your fitness and understand more about what your body is doing in a training session.
Training nutrition, in general, is incredibly complex, complicated and very personal. What works for one person may not work for another. It is impossible to generalise what indoor training nutrition should look like, however there are a few key points that you need to know in order to understand and plan your nutritio...
What a great feeling, right? You've just opened a big box and found a brand-new turbo trainer in there. You want to try it right away and immediately connect it to your bike, but hold on. First things first. Here's our quick checklist for setting it up correctly!