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Riding two abreast: When and where is it permitted?


Drivers often get mad when cyclists ride side-by-side, but what does the law say?

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4 Bad Cycling Habits and How to Break Them


There are lots of bad habits that are easy to pick up, and that will stop you from looking pro on your bike. Bobbing, bouncing, knees out, and elbows out are just a few. Here’s how you can stop them.

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Understanding the Cycling 3 Foot Rule


The driver of a motor vehicle overtaking a bicyclist proceeding in the same direction shall allow the bicyclist at least a three-foot separation between the right side of the driver’s vehicle. But how much is 3 feet, really?

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How To Improve Your VO2 Max


Improving your VO2 max is a surefire way to improve your performance on the bike. Here are some training sessions that can help make that happen.

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5 Killer Cycling Workouts For 2018


Do you want to get fitter and faster in 2018? Yeah, we thought so. Here are five killer training sessions to help you do just that.

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Top 10 ways to avoid holiday weight gain and still party


The season is over, it’s snowing outside, you’re pounding nut roll like you’re getting paid for it. Off-seasons are for gluttony and sedentary life right? Wrong!

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How To: Make your bicycle frame look new again


With a little elbow grease — and the right polish — your bike can look showroom good all over again.

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Tubeless tire do’s and don’ts


Road tubeless tires and wheels are becoming increasingly popular, but they’re still not perfect. Here are some tips to avoid the most common set-up pitfalls.

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What’s the best stem length for you?


When road cyclists think about stem length, they tend to only take into account the effect it has on their position on the bike. But do different stem lengths change the handling of your road bike, too?

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How to buy the best bike for you


What bike should you buy? This video takes you through the key differences between bikes and explains the things that you should be looking out for when you make this important purchase.

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6 tips for safer descending on your bike


Descending on a road bike is one of cycling’s greatest joys. But it can also be dangerous if done incorrectly. Here’s a six important tips to remember when going downhill fast.

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How (and when) to change gears on your road bike


If you’re new to cycling, then shifting gears and gear selection can be confusing. There’s a lot to think about and it’s easy to get it wrong — or just not shift at all. If that sounds familiar, watch this video.

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How to train like a professional cyclist


Training methods and styles have changed massively in the last few years. To learn more about how the pros get into shape and stay race ready, check out this video.

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5 Tips To Climb Faster Without Being Fitter


Climbing is hard, but rewarding. The best way to get faster going up? Train more of course. But there are also some ways to increase you VAM without being more fit.

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How To Lose Weight Like A Professional Cyclist


Balanced nutrition forms an important part of any training program, but can the manipulation of nutrition alone have an impact on your training?

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Essential tools for cyclists


Bikes – and the tools required to maintain them – are getting increasingly complex. But if you really think about it, you can distill the tools that you need down to the bare essentials.

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6 bike repair mistakes every cyclist can avoid


Seized seatposts, saddle height woes, rounded bolt heads, missing internal cables, stuck pedals, parts in the wrong order, and trouble removing your back wheel. All of these are completely avoidable bike maintenance mistakes.

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How to speed through corners with confidence


In this video ex-pro cyclists Dan Lloyd and Matt Stephens help make cornering something that comes natural you so you don’t overthink it.

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How To Train For Climbs When You Live Nowhere Near Them


If you don’t live near the mountains how can you train to ride up them? It’s a conundrum many of us face. Here are some strategies to make that next massive ascent more manageable.

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How cycling can save the world


In the new book How Cycling Can Save The World, cycling expert Peter Walker makes a well-researched argument for building or improving upon existing cycle infrastructure to encourage mass cycling in our cities worldwide.

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How To Choose The Right Kid’s Bike


With the summer cycling season just around the corner it may be time to start thinking about getting your kid out on their bike. But first it’s critical to make sure you have the right kind and size bike for your tiny tot.

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How To: Pick the right tire pressure for you and your bike


What’s the right tire pressure? Used to be that you simply pumped your 23c tires to 120psi, and let a bit out if it rained. But in this age of wider tires, wider rims, different styles of riding, there’s more to consider.

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How To Sprint Like A Pro


First we took a look at Marcel Kittel’s stunning Specialized Venge ViAS Disc. Now it’s time to hear from the man himself about what it takes to be fastest across the finish.

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How to select the right handlebar tape


Bar tape is made from a variety of different materials ranging from thin to thick, firm to cushy, and smooth to tacky. But which is right for you?

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4 Fitness Building Training Sessions For Cyclists


Looking to ramp up your training as the summer cycling season slowly approaches. Check out these four killer training sessions to get you fitter and stronger.

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