Ultra-Distance Cycling Tips

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.

12 Training Tips for an Ultra-Distance Ride

12 Training Tips for an Ultra-Distance Ride

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.

An Introduction to Randonneuring

An Introduction to Randonneuring

Looking for a new cycling challenge? Leave the SAG support behind and work on your self-sufficiency by becoming a randonneur. Here's how.

10 Tips to Get You Through a Long Ride

10 Tips to Get You Through a Long Ride

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.

How to Prepare for an Ultra-Distance Event

How to Prepare for an Ultra-Distance Event

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.

How to Train for a Week-Long Bike Tour

How to Train for a Week-Long Bike Tour

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.

3 Survival Tips for Rookie Randonneurs

3 Survival Tips for Rookie Randonneurs

New to randonneuring? Make sure your next brevet goes smoothly with this preparation guide to self-sustaining distance cycling.

10 Riding Tips for Organized Tours

10 Riding Tips for Organized Tours

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.

7 Ways to Be a Jerk on a Bike Tour

7 Ways to Be a Jerk on a Bike Tour

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.

The Key to a Relaxed Training Plan

The Key to a Relaxed Training Plan

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.

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