Five tricks to keep your wheels rolling longer An ounce of prevention is worth 100 psi of cure (depending on your preference) when it comes to your tires and their lifespan. Unfortunately, flatsare part
What to do with an inner tube when it’s beyond patching Don't Throw Them Out Whether it’s a snapped valve, a blowout, or just a patch-on-patch Inception scenario, sometimes there’s just no way to get tube
We investigate the greatest Tour de France story ever told, and look at the sometimes uncomfortable relationship between fans and racers After being punched on his way to the summit of the Puy de Dôme
La Marzocco installed a brand spanking new Linea Mini in the BA Test Kitchen, and Stumptown trained us how to use it. Here's what we learned. To say we nearly cried happy tears when we learned that La
Australian court tennis pro Kate Leeming will traverse the continent by bike to benefit victims of HIV and AIDS in Africa Cycling isn’t Kate Leeming’s first love. It’s tennis. Court tennis, that is. She’s
A chiseled VMO muscle is an unmistakable mark of the fittest, most dedicated cyclists. Here's how to strengthen yours—and get enviable quads in the process. There are quads. Then there are cycling quads.
Monday's Stage 16 of the 2015 Tour de France will present a tricky challenge to the peloton, as the final transition stage before the rest day in Gap and four days of heavy climbing in the Alps. On the
Get ready for fireworks as racers let it all hang out in the mountains When It Happens: Some stages are hillier than others, but the true test of racer’s mettle comes when a stage finishes at the top a
Clue in to your health on your next ride with these perspiration signals No one likes riding in drenched bib shorts or feeling the burn of sweat dripping in their eyes while out on the roads during the
Yes, too much of the sweet stuff is bad. But sugar is not evil—it’s essential. How many times have you heard someone talk about how they stopped eating sugar? Next time you do, offer your condolences they
Getting faster doesn’t always take a lot of time and effort. We asked experts, from coaches to physiotherapists to mechanics, to share their best quick and simple cycling tips. "Clean your chain and cassette.
Whether you're setting up a kitchen, upgrading your cookware, or looking for a practical yet beautiful gift, you’ve probably thought about a Dutch oven. Martha calls these pots “the workhorse of the kitchen”
It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home. Today: Fire up the smoker -- Phoebe Lapine of Feed Me