Andrew Tilin

The Indoor Cycling Renaissance

Home bike training 2.0 has reached critical mass, with everything from virtual workouts to the world’s first truly sophisticated smart trainers. We dove into the newest tech to see how the gadgets...

Cyclists: Volvo Wants to Keep You Safe

Last month, Volvo—a company long synonymous with auto safety—threw a curveball at cyclists everywhere. The carmaker claimed to care about them.

Every Cyclist Should Ride with a Bike Light

We’ve seen the future, and it’s an impressively bright, 830-lumen bike-light setup from Bontrager. That system represents the leading edge in a new era in the lighting industry. Bike lights, we’re...

Will Our Fitness Data Be Used Against Us?

Every day that I log training miles, I look forward to the Moment of Download. That’s when I beam my workout info—stats like power, heart rate, and mileage—from my GPS-equipped bike computer to my...

Bikes vs. Cars: The Deadly War Nobody's Winning

Liability lawyer and former professional bike racer Megan Hottman spends her working hours representing cyclists who've been injured by reckless drivers. She spends her leisure time riding and...

The Training Tool of the Future

You don’t have to be a professional skydiver to envision—and utilize—futuristic training technology. Though in the not too distant future, you might credit Jeb Corliss for upping your game.

Riding Away from a Broken Marriage

After 18 years, Andrew Tilin’s marriage ended with a crash, leaving him in a crippling state of sorrow, anger, and loneliness. He decided to get serious about riding again, hoping that the pain and...

Running Gear to Get You in Shape for Spring

From a treadmill that forces users into a classic mid-foot stride to a device that tells you when to ditch your shoes, this is the gear you need to prepare for next season.

You Don't Know How to Run

Christopher McDougall started it, throwing a brick at long-held theories about striding styles and shoe designs in Born to Run—and inspiring believers to wear minimalist shoes or no shoes at all....

I Couldn't Be More Positive

Instead of profiling an ordinary weekend athlete who cheats by taking performance-enhancing drugs, Andrew Tilin, an amateur bike racer, served as his own lab rat and spent a year taking supplemental...


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