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We can’t guarantee a Cape Epic win, but do this workout twice a week and you’ll ride stronger for longer.



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Whip up these calorie-packed ride treats in 25 minutes



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The best chamois creams on the market, to help keep your privates from harm.



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Everything you need to treat common cycling wounds—from roasties to deep gashes—and heal up fast.



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No time—or motivation—for long rides? No problem. Here’s the least you can do to maintain your fitness until you’re back on track.



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Turns out that a post-ride rubdown is even healthier than experts thought.



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