Cycling

  • End Of Season Cycling Tips

    21st September 2012

    Duathlete Jez Cox helps you discover the strategies that pro cyclists use to re-energise at the end of a tough season. Different types of riding can help put the spark back in your bike training After a long spring and…

  • Should You Ride A Disc Wheel For Triathlon?

    31st August 2012

    Will a disc wheel speed up your triathlon bike split or are they expensive, heavy, and hard to handle? Disc wheels are solid or covered wheels designed to improve airflow around the rear end of the bike and reduce drag.…

  • London Triathlon Training Guidelines: Cycle

    28th August 2012

    The Triathlon Plus team prepare for their relay at the London Triathlon. Editor, Liz Hufton will take on the 40km cycle at the London Triathlon. Liz already cycles regularly and with the help of a training plan set by Phil…

  • Cycling Nutrition Guide

    17th July 2012

    Cycling nutrition is fundamental, but with so much choice, what do you buy and when do you use it? Dr Kevin Currell explains. When you walk into the local bike shop or pick up a magazine, there is plenty of…

  • The Best Place For Bike Bottles In Triathlon

    14th July 2012

    Drinks bottles aren’t great for aerodynamics. Phil Graves tells you how to reduce drag and still stay hydrated during a race. We all need liquid on the bike, but which position affects performance least? We all want to go faster…

  • How To Pack Your Bike

    1st June 2012

    Avoid any bumps in the flight with this step-by-step bike packing guide. Packing your bike carefully and correctly is vitally important when you race or train abroad. Unpacking your bike and finding it damaged will certainly spoil any trip and…

  • Bike Fitting For Triathlon

    27th April 2012

    Getting a bike fit can help you perform to your best, here’s why. Retul is an advanced and versatile fitting system Whether new to cycling entirely, adding tri bars for the first time or even after years in the saddle,…

  • Boost Bike Motivation

    20th April 2012

    Even the most determined cyclists can get stuck in a rut. Dan Lloyd shows you how to get out of it. Stay motivated to get ahead in your cycling Cycling, like all endurance sports, is hard work. There are no…

  • 5 Tips For The Perfect Duathlon

    16th March 2012

    Essential advice on how to maximise your performance during two-discipline racing from pro Jez Cox. Duathlons, such as the Thruxton Mass Attach, are a great way to boost run speed The duathlon season is upon us and there are a…

  • Winter Triathlon Training: Fun Turbo Training Sessions

    13th January 2012

    Boost your cycling power and stay motivated this winter with these turbo trainer sessions Turbo training in the winter is where PBs are made in the summer Doing triathlon bike sessions on a turbo trainer can be dull, but it’s…