Organizer mishaps continue to plague cycling at Tokyo Games

Officials at Fuji International Speedway apologized to the Dutch team after world time trial champion Anna van der Breggen was pulled from her bike by security during a recon of the Olympic course for Wednesday’s race against the clock. The guard apparently

Are $3,000 E-Bikes for Kids a Bad Idea?

For the recurring series, That’s Debatable, we take on a contentious issue of the day and present two spirited arguments—one in favor and other emphatically opposed. Previous installments from the series are here.  If you’re ready to start e-bike shopping, you might

How a Marathon Runner Gets a Low-Impact Fitness Fix

When Juan Carlos Zarate entered his 50s, his knees started to yell: Stop running. The longtime marathoner and cardiologist completed his final 26.2-mile race four years ago, at age 55. Like many former runners, he turned to road cycling as a low-impact

Six Exercises to Avoid Neck and Back Pain

The coronavirus pandemic sparked a bicycling boom last year that shows no signs of slowing. Whether you are brand new to the sport or an experienced cyclist, you are susceptible to neck and low back pain if you aren’t conditioning properly, says