First Bike Memories, the Building Blocks of a Future Cyclist
If you haven’t noticed, it’s Grand Tour season for road cyclists everywhere. While the racing is great to watch, who doesn’t also enjoy the beautiful landscapes, vineyards and historic monuments that pepper the route? Those postcard images do as much for tourism as they do…
Is Sugar Bad for Your Oral Bacteria?
What you eat influences the microbes living in your gut. Fibre feeds beneficial bacteria while sugar feeds the ones that cause problems. New research suggests that sugar intake might influence the microbiome directly in your mouth. What does it mean when it comes to sports…
How Does Cycling Affect Your Hormones?
Hormones are the chemical messengers of the body. There are more than 50 identified hormones that instruct the body to perform various physiological functions, ensuring we survive and thrive. They can’t be turned off but we can affect them. Most importantly, when we understand our…
Jan Hirt Wins Stage 16 of the Giro as Carapaz Holds Onto the Overall Lead
The Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert rider became only the eighth Czech to ever win a stage of a Grand Tour. Jan Hirt also became only the fifth rider from Czechia to win at the Giro d’Italia.
Watch Matthew Stephens Take Charge of the We Love Cycling Instagram
As you’ve noticed, our Instagram page features some new faces taking you behind the scenes of various disciplines, races and moments from the multifaceted world of cycling. This hands-on approach allows for the amazing possibility of having direct contact with inspiring people who have devoted…
Back in the Saddle – What to Eat and Drink
Getting hungry or dehydrated because you underestimated fuelling can make your first ride of the season quite unpleasant. Let’s go over the basics that will help you to keep energy levels up.
Tips on Commuting to Work by Bike
Now that it’s cool to return to the office and the snow is long gone, a lot of you are no doubt cycling to work again. If you’re not, you should be because it (1) keeps you fit, (2) saves you money, (3) helps our…
Ciccone Wins Stage 15 at the Giro and Other Cool News from the World of Cycling
Another Monday is here, and so is our news from the world of cycling. So, what did you miss?
Does Tro-Bro Léon Want To Be Mainstream?
Hipster culture. Shoreditch, London. Coffee foam art. Rolled-up beanies. Fixed gear bikes. Wherever we look, many things in our world, wherever you look, come into fashion and then can fall out again after building up somewhat of a cult culture.
Our 10 Rules for Using Bike Lanes Safely, Efficiently, and Enjoyably
Fuelled by the pandemic and the demand for greener modes of transportation, cities worldwide have been investing significant resources in cycling infrastructure. Around the world, policymakers have been approving more and more bike lanes to ensure that they can support the increase in two-wheeled travellers.
Are Expensive Protein Powders Worth the Cost?
If you’re an athlete looking to boost your performance, you already know that recovery is as important as your workouts. You’re ready to invest your hard-earned money in any edge you can find to recover faster and achieve even small gains for your next big…
Home Cooking Is Good for Your Mental Health
Homecooked meals are typically more nutritious, cheaper, and have fewer calories. Unfortunately, a lot of people feel like they don’t have the time or the confidence to cook at home. A new study suggests that they might be missing out on mental health benefits too!