Get in shape to Ride the Rockies.
The details you need to know about registering for Ride for Rockies
Six days and 446 miles on a bike means you’ll burn around 20,000 calories. But don’t fixate on volume alone to replenish that energy. Focus on quality and timing.
Tour director Chandler Smith offers his tips on how to make the most of the ride
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Nothing will ruin your ride like pain, and the most likely culprit is anywhere your body meets the bike: think feet, hands, and backside. Preempt that discomfort with gear that fits.
The Lowdown on Getting High
Everything you need to fuel up for the race
Use this 12-week training plan to run your best half marathon, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro
If there's one bike tour that's a must-do, it's this Colorado cruise: snowcapped peaks, open valleys, and winding blacktop through the Rocky Mountains. The best part? You don't need to be an...
Our 12-week half-marathon training plan gives you everything need to run a personal best, including race-day nutrition tips and advice from U.S. record holder Ryan Hall.
10 tips on how to run your best half marathon from Ryan Hall and Mark Curp
A combined heart-rate monitor and GPS watch will supercharge your training. Motorola's Motoactv is one of the best on the market.
Training with a heart-rate monitor can be daunting to master, but it’s the best way to make the most of your workouts.
Triathlon is booming. Here's why you should dump your ordinary routine and make the switch, too.