A 100-mile century ride not enough? Whether it's a double metric, double century, a brevet or a week-long tour, here are tips to grinding through an ultra-distance cycling event. Ready to ride? Search for a cycling event.
What does it take to push beyond a century ride and do a double metric or double century? Here are 12 training tips that will help you reach distances you never thought possible.
Looking for a new cycling challenge? Leave the SAG support behind and work on your self-sufficiency by becoming a randonneur. Here's how.
However long you're going, a long-distance bike ride can be a great experience if you know what you're doing. Here are 10 tips for a safe and fun journey.
In this video, Robert Panzera of Cycling Camp San Diego shares strategies ultra-distance riders can use to make sure they are prepared and ready to ride their best for the long event ahead.
Finishing a week-long bike tour takes preparation, but the training doesn't have to consume your life. Here's the smart way to train for a successful and fun bike tour.
New to randonneuring? Make sure your next brevet goes smoothly with this preparation guide to self-sustaining distance cycling.
Participating in an organized century or multi-day tour is a great way to build fitness and have fun. However, it's important to remember that safety and courtesy come first.
Most cyclists follow general rules that help keep everyone safe on group rides. Some cyclists, however, like to pull bone-headed moves. Here are seven situations where you can decide what kind of rider you want to be.
Cycling training plans should vary based on the seriousness of the sport in your life. Here's how to approach training if cycling is less life-consuming and more of an enjoyable pastime.