Tips & Advice

It’s a lot to take in, but choosing your first mountain bike will usually be a big investment. Ask yourself the following: what do you plan to do with your ...

Last year I began to ride my bicycle to work. I loved it. I loved it so much that I'm still doing it a year later, even though my place of employment is now ...

You're anxious to get out there and start enjoying your bike. Sure, anybody can ride a bike, but learning to pedal efficiently, to stop quickly, and to handle ...

Introduction: Competitive and cooperative. This is a topic about which opinions differ greatly. Involving such a personal item as the bicycle, which delivers ...

Having the right equipment is important for dealing with traffic. Techniques for using such items as mirrors and lights are a part of the Urban Cycling ...

Regardless of where you live (except for the Sahara, perhaps), if you put in hours on your bike, sooner or later you will have to ride in the rain. Even ...

Many of us aspire to ride centuries. There is something about riding 100 miles in a day that is appealing--it brands you as a serious cyclist. The trick is to ...

Countersteering is a skill every cyclist does regardless of ability, but few are aware they are doing it. Why then, you are probably asking yourself, do I ...

When a cyclist pedals, the major element he is fighting is the wind. The majority of your effort when riding on the flats at medium and high speeds is spent ...

Most people prefer to ride when it's warm and sunny, and I'm no exception. That doesn't mean riding in cold weather can't be enjoyable, though, and depending ...

If it's spring, it must be time for our annual bicycle buyer's guide. This year's guide reflects two major changes over the last two editions, both good.The ...

Tackling a long ride is something most of us undertake sooner or later. Whether you are considering your first metric century (62 miles) or the more ambitious ...

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