Race weight
27 May 2016
For most cyclists, losing weight is a sure-fire way to improve performance, but the path to enlightenment is littered with pitfalls.
27 May 2016
We look ahead to the final decisive stage of the Giro, featuring the Col de Vars, Col de la Bonette, and Colle della Lombarda.

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Race weight

How to hit race weight

For most cyclists, losing weight is a sure-fire way to improve performance, but the path to enlightenment is littered with pitfalls.

27 May 2016
Sam Challis

Giro d'Italia stage 20 preview

We look ahead to the final decisive stage of the Giro, featuring the Col de Vars, Col de la Bonette, and Colle della Lombarda.

27 May 2016
Josh Cunningham
Cyclist chased by policeman

Are you breaking the law when you ride your bike?

You couldn’t hope to find a more upstanding citizen than a cyclist. But could you be breaking the law without knowing? We investigate.

27 May 2016
James Witts

Win a VIP Tour de France experience courtesy of SKODA

We’ve teamed up with SKODA, an official partner of the Tour de France, to give away a money can't buy experience to Cyclist readers.

27 May 2016
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Bespoked 2016 - Rusby

Bespoked 2016 - Me, my bike and I

Bespoked showcases some of the UK's top framebuilders, plus a host of international talent. We caught up with the people behind the bikes.

26 May 2016
James Spender

Should you still wear a base layer in the summer?

Should you wear a base layer under your jersey in summer as well as winter? We quiz the experts – and start a heated debate.

26 May 2016
Stu Bowers

Reynolds - Men of Steel

Back when steel was the frame material of choice, Reynolds ruled the world. But Reynolds is making a comeback thanks to its new weapon.

26 May 2016
James Witts

Are ceramic bearings worth it?

Bearings are at the heart of every rotating part on your bike, but will swapping steel for ceramic make a difference to your ride?

26 May 2016
Stu Bowers

Bike imitates art: the Embacher collection

Cyclist visited Michael Embacher, prior to the auction of the collection, to see what happens when the N+1 formula is applied.

25 May 2016
James Spender

Is 3D printing cycling's next big thing?

Self-replicating printers creating objects from computer drawings? Not science fiction, but a reality set to revolutionise manufacturing.

25 May 2016
James Spender

Viva Italia: Inside Wilier

Wilier may have moved most of its production to China, but the brand’s soul is still very much in Italy, as Cyclist discovers.

25 May 2016
Peter Stuart

The voyage of the Michelin Man

125 years ago, two brothers from a small town in France created a business that would grow into a giant of the tyre world.

25 May 2016
James Spender

Technogram: Crankset and bottom bracket

To find out what connects to what in a bottom bracket and crankset, we decided to pull one apart.

24 May 2016
James Spender

North York Moors: Big ride

The North York Moors my be less well trodden than England's other national parks, but the riding on offer is as challenging as it comes.

24 May 2016
Steve Westlake