Whether you are new to cycling or have been at it for years, improve your knowledge and skills with these tips.
By employing some basic cycling tips and skills, you'll not only earn a greater appreciation for your bike but also improve your riding experience and get a better workout in the process.
Learn how to get the right fit, how to take care of your knees and how to sideline saddle sores.
Boost your performance with a proper bike fit. We'll give you the scoop on what to expect during your session. Also, learn about sport- and gender-specific frames.
Saddle sores and groin problems can quickly sap any desire to get on a bike. Here is some clarification on various causes and solutions to certain women-only issues.
Whether you're a competitive cyclist or a weekend group rider, knowing how to ride in a pack is imperative. Use these tips from Team Columbia-Highroad rider Michael Barry to perfect your performance in the peloton.
Looking to blast fat, and get your heart pumping? Just grab a helmet and opt for a two-wheeled workout.
During pregnancy, a certain level of exercise is generally thought to be helpful. Find out if that includes cycling.
Professional women cyclists face a lack of financial support and minimal opportunities to compete, leaving them feeling left behind in the world of competitive cycling.
Women's Prestige Cycling Series Announces 2010 Events
The 2010 edition of the Women's Prestige Cycling Series will feature four national-caliber stage races that promise to showcase the country's top female cycling talent.
Beginner Bike Handling Tips
Two-time Olympian Alison Dunlap talks about proper hand and body position on the bike for ascending, descending and cornering.
How to Change a Flat Tire
Everybody gets a flat tire at some point. Here are tips from Active Expert Gale Bernhardt on how to change your tube and get back on the road as quickly as possible.
What to Bring on a Bike Ride
Active Expert Gale Bernhardt runs down the list of things you should pack in your bike's seat bag the next time you hit the road or trail.