Indulging in a few beers shouldn’t stop you riding your bike. We show you how to fend off a hangover so you can ride headache-free the next day
Can you be fat but fit? We look at the science of a contentious question
Keep your core strong this winter
How to use a TRX suspension trainer, and why it works for cycling
Often overlooked and rarely overdone, correct stretching techniques can not only help you to ride further, they can make you faster, too. Lexi Williamson shows us how it’s done
If you eat the right foods you’ll find there’s nothing inevitable about winter flu season. We suggest foods to keep you flu free and riding on.
When looked at over a period of months, your average speed can tell you a great deal about how you’re improving as a cyclist. Here’s some top tips to get…
Scientific study finds link between using facial muscles and leg power
Cycling isn’t always smiles and summer Sunday countryside rides. And when it isn’t, it has more issues than a hormonal teenager. We go through these ‘problems’, to not only warn…
Power meters are one of the fastest moving technologies in cycling, so CW looks at what training with power can offer
Here are the top five reasons why you might be feeling hungry after cycling and steps to combat it
Thibaut Pinot's: from promising junior to the podium of the Tour de France - the science of his success
Struggling to take that Strava KOM? We might be able to help...
Your guide to riding in a group: it's one of the most enjoyable parts of being a cyclist, and the language of the peloton is universal
Are the eating and drinking the right things to fuel your cycling?
As the weather takes a turn for the worse and the nights start to draw in closer, the thought of riding to and from work during winter becomes ever less…
A Spanish lab gave a group of amateurs a combo of caffeine and carbohydrate gel and has found they rode significantly better than others who had smaller doses or none…
New research suggests evenings offer significant advantages over mornings
Rare condition caused by saddle chaffing stimulates growth of 'cyclist’s nodule'
Why you need chamois cream, how to apply it, and where to buy it