Hot on the heels of cycling's amazing success at the London 2012 Games and Bradley Wiggins' stellar achievement at the Tour de France, the London Marathon team is playing a part at London's brand-new cycling challenge - RideLondon 100.Starting
Entries for one of the country’s biggest mass cycle rides, the 2013 Virgin Money Cyclone Challenge, are now open.The event, part of the Virgin Money Cyclone cycling festival, will take place on the scenic roads around Newcastle and Northumberland
you can do two sets of 15, add a third set.Single-legged pedallingStrengthens: Hips and backs of thighs; also teaches muscle memory for smooth cyclingDo it: Using a turbo trainer set at a moderate resistance, pedal for 30-60 seconds with your left leg
, over 2,000 people walked, ran or cycled 5K a day for the week the challenge was on, and over £7,000 has been raised so far for the Scottish Association for Mental Health, Get Active campaign.
be stored too, so you'll be able to use the trainer even if you have a slow internet connection.With over 10,000 videos worldwide covering around 20,000 kilometres of track including the Tour de France and the London 2012 Olympic cycling relay route, Kinomap
such as the Nike Fuelband aren’t really supposed to compete with GPS running watches, heart rate monitors or cycling computers in terms of accuracy. Instead it can be used for any sport to motivate people to improve their lifestyle and keep active. In traditional
training schedule, at what point would it be silly?Second quick question if I may - I don't have a great deal of spare time with work and a young child, and enjoy cycling as well. Which runs in a marathon training schedule would be least detrimental
the kneecap sits on the front of the knee is in an “apparently” different place, because the thigh (& knee) has rolled in. Cycling, with the foot fixed exaggerates this, causing irritation behind the kneecap – as does swimming. Running downhill is also key
this be related to the patellofemoral pain syndrome (runner's knee) symptoms that I am getting? I used to get the pain whilst cycling and going upstairs too. It probably doesn't help that in the summer I had a partial dislocation of the same knee when standing up
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