Cycling in Groups: Etiquette, Pacelines, and Drafting for Beginners

A group ride offers an opportunity to connect with other cyclists and push beyond personal boundaries. In this guide, we'll delve into the essential rules of etiquette of a group ride.
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How to Train for a Century Ride: 12-Week Plan

Explore the key principles of training for a century ride so you can confidently conquer all one hundred miles.

22 Best Gravel Races – 2024

This guide is your insider's look at 22 of the best gravel races across the U.S. Ready for a rough and rugged ride? Gear up and join one or multiple top gravel races.

Ultimate Guide to Indoor Cycling: How to Effectively Train Indoors

Indoor cycling workouts are a great way for beginners and cycling pros to build strength, agility, and endurance. We’ll share 3 of our favorite workouts and insights on how you get the most out of...

12 Tips for Safe Cycling at Night

Night-time rides come with their own set of challenges that require extra caution. Here are 12 practical tips to help you ride safely after dark.

Ultimate Guide to Gravel Biking: Tips, Gear, & Training to Get Started

n this guide, we share the ins and outs of gravel biking so you can hit the trails with confidence.

Parts of a Road Bike: Anatomy of a Bike (+ Diagram)

Understanding the anatomy of your bike can help you identify opportunities to improve your ride. In this guide, we’ll explain the function of each bike component.

What is Bonking? And How To Avoid It While Cycling

Have you ever been enjoying a ride until, without much warning, you have no energy to keep pedaling? This abrupt energy drain is termed “bonking." Here's how to prevent it.

8 Tips for Cycling in Hot Weather and Summer Gear Guide

Don't let rising summer temperatures stop you from cycling. We’ll provide scientific insights and practical tips to enhance your performance in hot weather.

How to Get into Cycling: 15 Beginner Cycling Tips

Cycling is the way to go if you want to amp up your fitness, boost your mental well-being, and even expand your social circle. Here are tips to help you get started.

Cycling Is Our Life

We’re not a bike company. We’re a people-who-ride-bikes company — founded by a family who loves riding bikes. Cycling is more than what we do. It’s who we are. That’s why we work so hard to make the cycling community better for riders just like you.