Can the woods fix what ails you?
Last week, a mountain biker hucked himself over the peloton. But he certainly wasn't the first.
The long, convoluted history of the struggle for a top-flight—and lasting—European women’s stage race
Sometimes you just have to suck it up
Spitfire excels at the curious sport of dock diving, or, in other words, jumping really, really far. That skill has landed him and his owner, 13-year-old Sydney Mackey, five world records—and counting.
During the 2018 California L'Eroica, Bike Snob NYC braved saddle sores and a single pizza-size gear on a century-old Mead Ranger—all in an attempt to prove that bike technology hasn't gotten that much better. Or to prove that, well, maybe it has.
And we better get used to it
Beer tents, circus acts, and Olympic-caliber performances: the Night of the 10,000 PBs is the future of track and field
Because races full of beer, cookies, and froyo are the opposite of stressful
The post-exercise recovery trend has produced mountains of new research. But can you trust the results?
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