Matt Bottrill has five key areas of focus (and corresponding workouts) that will help you break through on the bike.
It’s hard to make gains in all three sports at once, but focusing on one sport for an extended period—especially at this time of year—can really help you up your game. Here’s how.
It may never be super comfy, but with a few pointers you can achieve a natural, powerful aero stance on your tri bike.
Sometimes it’s the little things that help you break your own speed records. Try these moves to get ahead.
Doing intervals of “big gear” work—throwing your bike into a large gear and grinding it out—can help build cycling-specific leg strength.
The off-season is a good time to incorporate skill sessions that will produce speed gains and improve your chances of avoiding injury.
Try this hour-long workout on the bike trainer this winter to keep up your fitness
If you signed up for a charity ride but aren’t sure what to expect, follow these tips to help you have a successful day.
Ready to go for a ride, but don’t have a specific workout in mind? Here’s a one-hour base workout aimed to improve your cycling.
Kelly Williamson shares the tips that helped her turn in a stellar bike leg at Ironman 70.3 Texas.
Duane Franks weighs the pros and cons of doing the majority of your triathlon training indoors.
Learn how to improve your cycling from one of the sport’s best cyclists, Jillian Petersen.
Inside Triathlon magazine contributing editor Matt Fitzgerald got to wondering why so many elite triathletes have recently taken their bikes off the roads and started to ride inside. Check out this photo gallery featuring the most famous indoor rider of them all, Andy Potts.
Our beginner bike trainer guide teaches you the lingo you need to know and gives you tools you need to start riding inside.
Check out Matt Fitzgerald's author page.