Roads to Ride: Five Classic Italian Climbs
From the Passo di Stelvio to the Sella Ronda, these are five of the classic Italian road bike climbs to include on next summer's hit list.
Tour de France Femmes 2024 Route Preview: Heading up the Alpe d’Huez!
It took the men’s Tour de France almost 50 years to climb Alpe d’Huez; the women’s Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift will do it in its third year. But it’ll be a long road to get there…
Tour de France 2024 Route Preview: It’s Climby!
The 2024 men’s Tour is full of firsts – but there’s a whole load of classic climbs in there too, including the highest road ever taken by any grand tour.
Power Meter Guide: Fueling, Cramping and Understanding the Metrics
How should you analyse the data you receive from your power meter, and how can you use it to improve all aspects of your performance (including how you feel on the bike)?
Why Cyclists Need Time Off the Bike
There are significant benefits—both physiological and psychological—to taking a break from riding bikes during the transition phase. (Don’t call it an offseason!).
Il Lombardia: Cycling’s Last Monument
The men’s pro peloton is gathering in northern Italy for one last hurrah: the most beautiful – and most mountainous – of all the Classics, Il Lombardia.
Power Meter Guide: Know your Training Zones & How They Should Feel
After testing for your FTP, what are your training or pacing zones on the bike, and how should they feel?
The Killer Climbs of the 2023 Vuelta a España
It’s well known that Vuelta a España, the third grand tour of the cycling season, simply doesn’t do flat. 2023 is no exception.
The Transcontinental Race: a Supreme Bike Riding Test
From cycling’s heartland in Belgium to the very eastern edge of Europe: the Transcontinental Race takes riders across a continent and defines a style of racing.
Eight Lesser-Known Segments Around Alpe d’Huez
Discover the beautiful and equally challenging climbs just around the corner for the iconic Alpe d’Huez.
Power Meter Guide: The Watts, Whys and Hows of Functional Threshold Power (FTP)
Understanding your Functional Threshold Power (FTP) will allow you to pace your next training session, alpine ride or race to perfection.
A True Classic: The History of Paris-Brest-Paris
One of the most remarkable things about cycling is how little it has changed. But what has been lost, in the mainstream of the sport at least, is a certain spirit of adventure.