So men and women should definitely train differently but what should you eat and can you just jump in an ice bath after a race? Read more
Men and women may thunder down the trail with the same ferocity but is a one-size-fits-all approach to training really the best idea?
Like them or loathe them, the E-MTB is here to stay and whether you are an elite racer or weekend FROTHER there is a place in everyone’s garage for one of these beasts.
If you start speaking to any rider or athlete about training, the topic of recovery and post ride rituals is sure to pop up in your conversation at some point.
It's that time of year again where the chill is beginning to bite and dreams of taking your rig to warmer climes become ever more common. So, the air tickets are booked and the accommodation is sorted... but is your body ready for that awesome MTB holiday?
Struggling with a section of trail? Stop and do it again! EWS ace Josh Carlson goes through the basics of railing berms with Lisa Matuzelis
MBA real-lifer Lotte Hougaarde gets talked into tackling the Flight Centre Epic, and loves/hates it…
Here are four simple stretches that will prevent injury and make your riding more enjoyable...
Online training programs sound easy and convenient but can they help the average rider? We have a crack at 'Today's Plan' to find out...
Don't just survive winter, emerge from the cooler months as a fitter, faster all-round rider!
Want to do your best in a marathon or multi stage MTB event? Cameron Justice from FTP Training lends his thoughts on how to go about it.
While it would be nice to have all the time in the world to train, most of us can gain a great deal of fitness without spending hours on the bike.
Feeling flat and lazy from a lack of riding this winter? Well grab an indoor trainer and do something about it!
To climb faster you either need to get lighter or produce more power. On flatter ground, lots of power really rules the roost, but what is it and how do you get it?
Physiotherapist and cyclist Blair Martin looks at the common injuries that he sees in the mountain bikers that come through his clinic—are you one of them?