Tips to prevent that sudden, catastrophic loss of energy
When you hit a hill, what's the best position to take?
Get the best from your rest
The guide to returning to training
Train your stomach to optimise your fuel load
What the scientists say about adopting the tuck
Can cycling life begin at 40? Nick Morgan puts the case
Can you get away with a post-race pint?
What, when and how much do you need to drink?
Plus five other sport science surprises
Wedges can help foot, knee and leg problems, but are they always the answer?
The great Kenyan distance runner John Ngugi had his own unique training theory. He said that when he felt like going fast, he did; and when he didn't feel like it, he didn't.
Sweat, sex & shaving
The skinny on compression gear
Is a fast cadence really the secret to better pedalling?
Q: I'm a regular commuter in London and have been for over a year. I do 50-to-60 miles a week, plus the occasional longer ride at weekends. My commute is mostly along busy roads.