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While clipping in might sound like a daredevilish act to the everyday cruiser, you can’t call yourself a cyclist until you take the plunge.By Brian Kendall
Whether you’re training for your first century or fighting for a women’s Tour de France, there are some universal strategies for getting it done.By Bicycling
Unless you take a cycling hiatus while the Tour de France is showing, you’ll have to ride your bike in the heat. Here are some tips that’ll cool you dBy Brian Kendall
Are you a night owl cyclist, get too few hours of sleep or were restless the night before a big race? Learn how this affects your cycling.By Bicycling
This year's tour is shaping up to be an epic battle among past champions and upstart contenders. Who will win this year's Tour de France?By Brian Kendall
You don't have to do a century for a ride to count. Here are five ways hopping into the saddle every day even for short rides makes a hugeBy Kelly O'Mara