Transitioning From Cyclist To Triathlete: How to go from single to multi-sport athlete

For many cyclists, transitioning to triathlons is intimidating. Here's what makes triathlons so hard, and how to conquer beyond the bike to become a triathlete.

Racing to Paris 2024: Female Cyclists on a mission to the top

Meet the new team of Canadian female cyclists racing to the Olympics. Instinct Racing is on a mission to make a mark in both road and track cycling.

“BMX is scary, straight up.” Lessons on overcoming fear from an Olympic BMX rider

Cycling can be scary. Especially if you're a BMX rider like Canadian Olympian, Drew Mechielsen. She shares her story of racing to the top of her sport and learning to live with fear.

Skincare for Cyclists: How to prevent skin damage from outdoor (& indoor) riding

We pull some of the best tips to help keep your skin glowing through all your cycling adventures.

The 5 Best Ways to Prevent Saddle Sores

Saddle sores are a much more prominent and long-term health issue among female cyclists than we generally talk about. So let's talk about them. What are saddle sores? And how can you prevent them from...

The Most Disciplined Sport in Cycling: Track Racing

A Team Canada track cyclist explains the ins and outs of why she fell in love with the precision of track cycling.

How To Get Better At Cycling Uphill

Cycling uphill is hard. Luckily, there are ways to make it easier on our bodies - and minds. We've put together some simple and surprising tips to help you conquer your next uphill ride.

A Beginner’s Guide to Triathlons

If you’re new to the sport, there are probably a lot of questions swirling in your mind. Here is our complete guide to help you transition into the amazing and addictive world of triathlons.

Cycling in the Heat: 4 Essential Tips to Help Keep You Cool

Cycling in the summer comes with its own obstacles to staying cool and fresh. Here are 4 essential ways to protect yourself while riding in the summer heat.

How to Confidently Tune Up Your Bike

Bikes can be intimidating. But learning how to tune up your bike, even if it's just starting with the basics like removing a tire, is super empowering.