What does the 'average' cyclist look like in 2014?
There’s nothing quite like a new bike the lure of the shiny, the seductive appeal of the latest tech, the unshakeable conviction that a new bike will lead you, at…
Alcohol should be displayed clearly on labels. In the same way smokers are told cigarettes can severely harm health, so arn't they displayed?
Though it’s true that what we eat has an influence on our training and fitness potential, it’s important not to get obsessed with the detail
We take a quick look at some of the more popular pedal-cleat systems on the market, which include; Look Keo, Shimano SPD and SL, Speedplay and Time Xpresso
With every aspect of diet and training taken care of, pro teams are increasingly looking towards alternative therapies for an edge. Can acupuncture really help performance?
Lowering your daily sugar intake may not be easy, but it’s not impossible. CW offers some tips on swapping sugar-dense snacks for healthier options
It might seem like tearing off the start like as fast as your can will get you a quick time in your time trial or sportive, but it reality you'll…
Why are many cyclists, even some pros, festooning their limbs with gaudily-coloured sticky tape? No, they’re not patching up improbably shaped crash wounds; they’re attempting to alleviate muscular injuries and…
There hadn’t been a Tour de France since 1939 because of the Second World War, but René Vietto from Cannes was training. He was fifth in his first Tour in