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Our Favorite Cycling YouTube Videos Ever
Published on: 11/30/2018
A group of popular Cycling YouTube videos.
A Round-up of Today’s Bicycle Multi-Tools
Published on: 11/30/2018
Nowadays, road bikes are way more complicated than in the 1880s and even 1990s – and thankfully, we have a myriad of amazingly functional multi-tools to rescue us and ensure we can always pedal home.
The 2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Cyclists
Published on: 11/30/2018
8 Suggestions
Anti-Aging: In Your 60s How Fast Do You Lose Fitness?
Published on: 11/30/2018
“Is there a well-known relationship between how long it takes to build a level of cycling fitness vs. how long it takes to lose it?”This is an excellent question that applies to all older riders, and the older you are the faster you lose fitness when you stop exercising. Unfortunately it takes a long time to build fitness and you lose it fairly quickly. Your body stays just fit enough to do what you ask it to do. The less you do the more fitness you lose.
6 Holiday Survival Tips for Cyclists
Published on: 11/30/2018
The holiday season is just around the corner. For cyclists, this time for over-indulgence usually means taking a break from your diet regimen and having less time for the bike.

To keep your body from heading toward the wastelands and ruining all the hard work you’ve put in and progress you’ve made during the year, follow these holiday survival tips and maintain a decent level of fitness.
Tour de France 2019 Official Route
Published on: 11/11/2018
Route of the 2019 Tour de France
Interview: A Beginner's Guide to Ketogenic Diets for Cyclists
Published on: 11/11/2018
As someone who tries to avoid white sugar and wheat, I learned from personal experience that it takes a while to adapt to riding well when you’re restricting carbohydrates. For me, it took almost six weeks of a much higher perceived effort during faster rides before I finally started to adapt and feel normal again. Once I did, I was able to ride for two or more hours just carrying water without worrying about bonking, which helped me avoid eating and drinking most of typical sugary cycling products I felt were not necessarily beneficial to my health in the first place....
The 20 Best U.S. Cities to Explore by Bike
Published on: 11/11/2018
Whether you're a tourist taking in the sights or a local checking out new corners of your hometown, biking is one of the best ways to explore. But which U.S. cities are best suited for this type of adventure?
How to Descend Safely on a Ride
Published on: 11/11/2018
Some Safe Descending Tips
Which Muscles are Really Used During the Pedal Stroke
Published on: 5/9/2018
As the title says.