For almost a century, we've been told that cramping is caused by electrolyte imbalance or bad hydration. That may be wrong.
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We talk to former pro and team director Mike Creed about the toll that a long racing season takes on a body.
New science shows that cyclists should consider periodizing their nutrition, much like they periodize their training.
Rigoberto Uran carefully measured his effort throughout a brutal day of racing. Here's a look at his power data from Tour de France stage 9.
Researchers claim that EPO has no performance benefits for cyclists. However, their study's fatal flaws make it unreliable and misleading.
Follow the FasCat 2017 Tour de France training program to get fit while following the world's biggest bike race.
Are you aiming for a particular number on a training ride? We talk to Dirk Friel about the variety of ways to quantify a workout.
Joining and then winning from breakaways is as much art as science, as much tactical awareness as strength. Toms Skujins explains how.
Some of us have very complex warm-up rituals. But what are we actually achieving with a pre-race routine? Does it improve performance?