Trek's Madone 6 Series is race-bike royalty with an aero advantage. Hand built in the USA from Trek's 600 Series OCLV Carbon, this Grand-Tour winner boasts Trek's…
The Skye's the limit on this fun, versatile mountain bike for women. It's capable, confident, and offers a full range of models to suit however you want to ride.
Domane 4 Series flies past any other carbon endurance race bike in its class, with IsoSpeed for race comfort, endurance geometry for stability, and Power Transfer…
Simply put, Trek's all-carbon Superfly is an XC rocket. The Superfly’s OCLV carbon frame is incredibly light and efficient and features Gary Fisher’s G2 Geometry with a…
The 102nd Tour de France is almost here! Catch a draft and float along with the peloton as it tackles the highest mountain passes, the fastest sprint finishes, and the toughest time trials through the most stunning scenery France has to offer. 22 teams from all over the world fight for a chance at the top step of the podium after 2,088 miles. It all starts on July 4. Follow all the daily results and action highlights right here!
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Learning Group Riding – A great way to learn how to cycle in a group is to practice with a group of friends. Simply pick a route with little traffic and work on getting comfortable following each other closely. Work on taking short “pulls” at the front and maintaining a steady pace geared towards your slowest rider. Talk a lot so that you know how everyone’s doing. Don’t overlap wheels. When it’s your turn at the front, don’t accelerate. Hold the group pace. When you tire, pull off and soft pedal until you’re at the back. With regular practice, you’ll find that group rides are a blast because you can cover ground so much more easily than when riding alone.