The correct seating position will not only make riding a bike more comfortable, but can also increase your performance and prevent physical problems. In this interview, bike dealer Klaus Jockers reveals what you should pay attention to when fitting your bike and which is the right frame size for you.
Riding leisurly through the mountains or riding a daring trail - there's a bike for every discipline. In this article, we'll explain the differences between mountain bikes, what Hardtail or Fully means and help you find which mountain bike best suits you.
Too much dirt will shorten the life of your bike. With regular maintenance, however, can prevent avoidable wear and tear. In this article, we'll explain to you how to clean city, mountain and road bike properly, how to oil the bicycle chain properly and whether expensive special cleaning agents are worth the hassle.
Cycling is perfect for endurance training and muscle building, while being easy on the joints. In this article, we'll go through an effective training plan and offer important tips for beginners. With tips for cycling beginners and our training plan under your belt, you'll have all you need for successful start.
It's simple, fun and keeps you fit - riding bike is something we can all do. So why not with your faithful companion? We will explain to you which dogs are suitable for cycling, how fast and far you can travel with your four-legged friend and how you can get your pet used to cycling.
Chris Froome and Nairo Quintana are both outstanding professional cyclists - but they differ significantly in one point: their pedalling frequency. The British professional cyclist and training expert Prof. Dr. Louis Passfield explains in an interview how important this indicator is, whether there is an optimal value and how you can specifically train your pedalling frequency.
Although winter’s bite dulls by the beginning of March, cyclists should still expect snow and frost in spring. We’ll show you how to enjoy your favorite sport even when the thermostat dips down. We have gathered together the most important tips and information for you, so that you can stay healthy, safe and have fun cycling in winter.
All the way across Australia in six and a half days: This is the 3,950 km (2,454 mi) world record challenge that Christoph Strasser has set for himself. After already establishing three best times, he is now lining up for a fourth.
He’s already won the Race Across America three times, climbed Mount Everest, authored a book, and become a successful motivational speaker. In 1998 Wolfgang Fasching set the world record for cycling from Perth to Sydney in 7 days, 19 hours, and 47 minutes. We asked him some questions about setting this record.