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Five Tips for Great Recovery Food at Home

Garmin-Sharp team chef Barb Grealish dishes on pro-quality nutrition—and shares five recipes for refueling right.<p>For years, pro cycling teams refueled largely at the mercy of whatever the hotel kitchen dished out. But in the past decade, nutrition became a central focus, as teams (and even whole …


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Will Walk for Food

The shorter your food's journey from farm to plate, the better it is for you—and the environment.<p>The New Oxford American Dictionary's word of the year for 2007 was "locavore"—a person who eats only food grown or produced within a 100-mile radius of his or her home. Not only is the trend friendly to …

New York City

The Perfectly Packed Pack

14 essentials you need for every ride<p>When was the last time you checked the contents of your hydration pack? Take 10 minutes to clean house and replenish your supplies—chances are you've accumulated unnecessary items, or used up your mountain biking essentials. For a two-hour ride in predictable …


It Gets Easier: Cycling Advice for New Cyclists

These 14 simple tips will have you riding better than ever<p>The pro cyclists you saw swooping around France in July didn’t always have those wiry calves and ninja-like reflexes. At some point, they all had to learn how to train smart, to clip into their pedals, even how to shift gears. While only a …

Tour de France

How To Buy A Bike

Follow this advice and you'll ask the right questions, pick your dream ride and get a great deal.<p><b>BEFORE YOU GO</b><p><b>Sketch yourself.</b> Grab a pencil, paper and some brutal honesty. Now make two lists. The first is an inventory of your current status as a cyclist or, for first-timers, your fitness level: …


Aluminum Frames Are Back—And Better than Ever

No longer synonymous with a rough ride, aluminum is back in demand—and the frames are smoother than ever<p>Just 10 years ago, most high-quality bikes sold in the United States were made from aluminum or related alloys. As recently as 2003, our annual Buyer’s Guide featured only a handful of …

How to Demo a New Bike

Use these smart strategies to test-ride your next ride<p>It’s always smart to test ride a bike before plunking down your hard-earned cash. Bike companies often bring a fleet of new models to ­shops and events for consumers to try. But before you hit up a demo, consider these tips from Jackie Baker, …


Square One: How to Start Biking

Every cyclist’s journey begins with a first turn of the pedals. Here’s how to get there.<i>—Susi Wunsch</i>