Sometimes preparation is all about what you leave behind

The cycling universe tends toward increasing specialization and extreme anal retention

Why cycling—and the world—would be better if we all stopped driving to rides

When it comes to bikes and tech, morality is a moving target

A little hands-on experience is a much better performance investment than that tempting new upgrade or those mind-numbing hill repeats

Why you can cut your mileage in half and still come out ahead

Your tires are as important as they are boring, which is why you're totally overthinking them

The Spandex-clad "roadus velocipedus" species is being subsumed by the "adventure bike" category. Has the sun finally set on road riding?

How to alert walkers, hikers, and runners to your presence—and why "On your left!" needs to die, already

A digital skeptic sucks it up and logs on

It's time to let yourself go

Whether you're a child getting your first bike or a new commuter, you need a place that's going to stoke your excitement and indulge your imagination

Because why are you even riding if you can't haul your family, your dog, your friend's dog, and groceries for the next year on a bike?

It's too long, too male, too boring, and in desperate need of a rethink