Short road races are all about high-intensity bursts of maximal effort followed by fast recovery where you do as little work as possible then repeat.

Hone your aerobic endurance, motivation to keep going for several hours, efficient hill climbing and group riding.

It's time for a diet rethink - with many of the old myths busted, we look at what you really should eat

We look at the various roles that make up the support staff of a pro cycling team - then look at how you can create your own back-up crew...

Back in 1994 Cycling Weekly sent a guinea pig to take a Kingcycle test with Dr Richard Davison. After 19 years we do the same test. Kenny Pryde looks at…

Step away from the supplements and give your cycling a boost with some pure, unprocessed goodness, writes Mayur Ranchordas

Power = torque x speed: but many people are only strong during a small part of the pedal stroke. Weight training can increase strength and efficiency during the whole stroke.…

When it comes to weight loss, not all diets are created equal. We investigate the foods scientifically proven to streamline your shape

Tempted to ride through your injury and see if it heals itself? Stop right there! You could worsen the condition and spend a lot more money at the physio in…

Embarking on a training programme can be fraught with pitfalls and conflicting advice. So where do you start? Coach Huw Williams outlines the three basic training principles that will get…

Is it worth wearing an aero helmet? Andrew Hamilton finds out if overheating due to wearing an aero helmet hinders performance...

Huw Williams tells Ken, how to use his time wisely using an indoor trainer

Earlier this year, SiS released a brand new gel called Go Nitrate to the sports nutrition market. It's the first of its kind containing naturally occurring nitrates and has got…

Give your cycling a rock-solid base by ticking off Chris Pritchard's ultimate workouts

The arguments for and against the use of purpose-designed sports drinks and products rather than natural foods