You don't need to drop $5,000 on a new bike to get faster. Follow these tips to speed up without the bling.
There is a great deal of confusion out there about cycling cadence. Here is a simple and comprehensive explanation of the physics, physiology, training and racing implications of cadence selection.
Here are five relatively simple ways to boost your cycling performance, without making wholesale changes to your bike set-up or training plan.
Triathlon coach Marc Evans outlines several drills you can do indoors or out to improve your spinning power and efficiency. He's partial to rollers for their emphasis on balance, but these drills can be done on any trainer.
The biggest challenge for newbies to the off-road triathlon scene is by far the bike leg. Take a look at some drills and skills to help keep the rubber side down.
Want to stay in an optimal aero position longer? Improve your shoulder stability and upper-back strength with these four Swiss ball exercises.
Can't take out a second mortgage to purchase a top-shelf tri bike? Here's how to go aero on your existing machine.
Does your triathlon bike sit idle, waiting patiently for race day? Shed the roadie mentality and embrace the aero bars. You've got the need for speed.
The optimal way to train any physiological system is to create and frequently repeat a stress that precisely targets the system. When it comes to the aerobic system that target is the aerobic threshold (AeT).
Triathletes can gain a lot from a group ride, but the risk of over-reaching also looms. Find your sweet spot among the pack and make group riding a part of your bike training.
The Benefits of Training on a Road Bike
Ironman legend Dave Scott explains how triathletes can benefit from training on a road bike, especially during early-season workouts.
How to Prep Your Bike for Race Day
Find out how triathletes at the Ford Ironman World Championship in Kona get their bikes race ready.
Sitting vs. Standing When Cycling Uphill
Being efficient on the bike is a must for triathletes. So how can you conserve energy when the road starts to rise?