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Old Tube Tunnels Could Become a Cycling Utopia

A new award-winning project called the London Underline envisions a sustainable underground cycling network<p>Imagine a futuristic London where cyclists can zip across the city without having to worry about buses, taxis, or even rain. An international design firm called Gensler has the solution to …

Trainer Q&A: Why Does My Knee Crack and Pop?

Michael Camp, DPT, CSCS, PES

Clean Eating for Cyclists

Eating to ride shouldn't be complicated. Here's the lowdown on the latest nutrition trends—and how they can help you fuel up and feel good on the bike.<p>If you've been kicking around the idea of radically changing the way you eat but are wondering how it will affect your energy when you ride, here's …

Best Breakfast for Your Ride

What you eat when you wake will make or break the rest of your day<p>Of all the day's meals, breakfast is the most predictable. Pick up a menu at almost any diner and the choices are pretty much the same. At home, we sit down to the same bowl of cereal or pop another bagel into the toaster. Yet …

101 Bike Maintenance Tips Every Cyclist Should Know

Your guide to a longer cycling life—for your bicycle, your gear, even a few friendships<p>Your bicycle doesn’t run on leg power alone. It also needs a little lube, a lotta­ love, and a good ­listen. You may not know every remedy your bike needs to live a long life, but you can gain enough wisdom along …

Eat to Ride

Three nutrition tips every cyclist should live by<p>Whenever I advise athletes about bike nutrition, I tell them that they don’t need a special diet to fuel performance. The one that’s best for health is also the one that’s best for strong results. If you want all your systems firing at 100 percent, …

Where to Use Bike Lubricant

To keep your ride's moving parts moving, the right lubricant is key.<p>For some, bike lubricant is an unglamorous necessity. But for obsessives, it transcends the utilitarian function of keeping moving parts moving, and becomes the bike-maintenance equivalent of wine—lube snobs, like fine-wine …

The Best Beaches in The World

40 reasons to start planning your winter getaway ASAP.<p>Whether you're looking for a quick weekend getaway, the ultimate surf or are planning the trip of a lifetime, a beach vacation is always a good idea. To get you inspired, here are some of the world's most beautiful beaches from South Beach to …

Four Small But Essential Bike Parts

These tiny parts have big jobs to do—show them some love<p>These tiny parts have big jobs to do—show them some love

The 8-Week Training Plan to Ride a Century

Train for a 100-mile race with just three rides per week<p>A 100-mile ride is a milestone nearly every cyclist strives to reach. The roadblock for most of us is finding the time to prepare for a century. With only so many hours in the day, most of which we spend working and sleeping, ride time is …

50 Rides of a Lifetime

We asked readers and staff to name their all-time favorite places to pedal. The result (in no particular order): classic destinations, must-do events, and two-wheeled adventures that should be on every cyclist's bucket list.<p><b>1. The Cobbles of Belgium.</b><br>Cyclists like to suffer, and the mystical mecca …