Information is everywhere these days, and for cyclists looking for tips to improve their riding, there are articles, videos, training plans and more all over the Internet.
There's also even quicker tips—140 characters in all—on Twitter. The microblogging social media site has become a gathering place for successful cyclists and cycling coaches, eager to share wisdom.
Here are a couple of sample Tweets by respected minds as it pertains to indoor cycling. The tips aren't thorough—Twitter doesn't allow that—but are quick pointers that could lead to a quick adjustment and ultimately help your indoor training. Follow Active Cycling on Twitter for even more tips and advice.View the story "7 Indoor Cycling Tips From Twitter Users" on Storify] Search for a cycling event.