Turn yourself into a climbing machine. From mental strategies to workouts, this guide will have you climbing to the top in no time.Post to Facebook Tweet Bookmark & Share
Some ascents are smooth and effortless, while others make you feel as if you're wrestling an 800-pound walrus. Here's how to find your climbing rhythm on any slope—from gentle rise to Alpe d'Huez.
Don't let a challenging event deter you just because you train in a flat state. Try these seven training tactics to help you tackle the hills.
Challenging terrain is a necessary part of cycling. These tips will hep you harness your power and get over the hills.
The Tour de France proves explosive climbers can win stage races. Whether racing or just riding, master these mental tips to "elevate" your cycling.
Have you been hitting the hills, but still aren't getting up like you want to? Use these tips progress from social climber to elevation expert.
Like it or not, most road races have some form of climbing in them. PezCycling chats with professional riders Burke Swindlehurst and Jos? Luis "Chechu" Rubiera about how they approach climbing in their training.
Watching climbers on TV may give you the impression that getting up a hill quickly is all about power output and pain resistance. In reality, climbing is much more subtle and complicated.
For every screaming downhill, there's a killer uphill waiting to be attacked. But if you aren't built like a jockey, climbing can be a morale-deflating experience. Dr. Ed Burke has found five ways for all of us to improve our ascents.
Whether you're training for a hilly ride or race or just want to mix up your indoor cycling, these workouts are inclined to elevate your climbing muscles to the next level.