A new study finds that differences in sweat rate are linked more strongly with body mass than gender.
Here’s how riding bikes makes us happier, according to science
Massive study finds cyclists and other active commuters experience dramatically lower risk of dying – from any cause – than those who drive or take public transit.
A guide to handling everything you might encounter while competing on skinny tyres.
These 3 training tips will help you shed that dangerous spare tyre.
It’s a fact of life: At some point, half the population starts experiencing hot flashes, lousy sleep, and muscle loss. But women cyclists don’t have to let that wreck rides.
While this year’s Tour may have been Daryl Impey’s most productive yet, he still feels it could’ve been better.Read more
The 2017 SA Track and Omnium Championships will be hosted at the Bellville Velodrome from 3-8 April.Read more
Now in its 19th year, the 99er road race is not only the third largest cycling event held in the Western Cape, it’s an official premier seeding event for the […]Read more
Can we just let these women race, already?Read more
Our new blogger and WP XCO champion, Jamie Penfold, discusses the ins and outs of training for SA Champs while still at school.Read more
Our new blogger and WP XCO champion, Jamie Penfold, discusses the ins and outs of training for SA Champs while still at school.Read more »
We welcome former masters World Champ, Myles Kelsey, to our panel of expert columnists. He’ll be writing exclusively about the downhill MTB scene and everything it encompasses…Read more »
Oli and Alana Munnik attempt their first ever stage race, the Storms River Traverse, and live to tell the tale.Read more »
August 18, 2017
A new study finds that differences in sweat rate are linked more strongly with body mass than gender.Full Post »
August 18, 2017
Here’s how riding bikes makes us happier, according to scienceFull Post »