To learn the ins and outs, and ups and downs of bike cleat position, we got in touch with Charles Van Atta of the Denver Fit Loft.
We ask cycling coach Ben Turits about popular fitness metrics like VO2 max and lactate threshold to understand how/if they can help us get faster.
I asked five experienced ultra-endurance bikepackers what they do to stay loose, avoid injury, and reduce the need for recovery after a long ride.
While there are both pros and cons to flats vs. clipless pedals, this little swap-experiment reminded me to maintain curiosity in this wonderful sport, and to consistently look for different ways to enjoy time with the trees.
Nobody like a tailgater on the freeway. The same thing goes for riding on the trail.
Personal trainer and fitness instructor Chris shows three moves (plus a bonus!) to strengthen your body for smooth, crisp cornering on the trail.
This week we’re playing a game of would-you-rather on the topic of technical trail features.
In this episode of the Singletracks podcast, Matt interviews Jeff about his first big bikepacking trip, the Huracan 300 in Central Florida.
Diet, along with mountain biking regularly, can go a long way toward improving and maintaining long-term health.
We learn how the pros recover following an ultra-endurance bikepacking effort.
In this video Chris demonstrates exercises for strengthening leg muscles and knees too for more power, less fatigue, and quicker recovery.
Are you working with a coach this year and if so, to improve your skills, fitness, or both?