So Jeni went on her first cycling holiday.
It was wonderful - but she came away having learnt lessons she'd never have thought of...
Danny MacAskill has long been one of our favourite character in cycling. He definitively puts the 'skill' into MacAskill, and has never knowingly taken himself too seriously.
So when we heard about his latest video, 'Danny Daycare', our ears pricked up as only fox ears can.
Ever find yourself falling into the trap of feeling you have to ride with certain people, to grind out particular distances? Jeni has an alternative approach that just might make you fall in love with cycling all over again.
Jeni Sanderson is an expert in positive psychology - and we all know how crucial that can be on your bike. Here's how to get the best out of yourself, both in cycling and beyond...
Improve your cycling with these 5 minute daily yoga exercises - designed to boost power, help prevent injury and improve bone density.
"Well I went for my walk with little success. I only managed 0.9 miles before I had to give up go home and build a jigsaw instead. Sorry it's not going to be a light and fluffy read today."
Read more about how Elaine rebuilt through the support that only cycling can offer.
I've been organising Spring cycling holidays in southern Spain, and speaking to a lot of potential participants. It's been really revealing. Why are so many worried about letting others down, when they're perfectly capable?
I want to see women taking ownership of their enjoyed sport, I want to see them unapologetic for wanting to be somewhere and looking for reassurance from nobody but themselves.
In a world in which we're bombarded by ways to compare ourselves to others, it can all feel a bit overwhelming. It's easy not to appreciate your own achievements.
All the more reason, Juliet argues, to take stock of where you are and where you’ve come from, comparing yourself against no one else but… yourself!
Long cycle rides, as with any endurance sport, can wreak havoc on our digestive system if we don’t treat it right. Your body is working overtime to keep your muscles moving, blood pumping & lungs breathing and you don’t want to create more stress by giving it more work to do to digest your food. So how can you keep your tummy happy whilst on the bike?
This summer, we're celebrating the power of two-wheeled transportation with a brilliant round-up of awesome #CycleHappy stories and kit picks. From your sunnies right down down to your socks, here are 13 kit picks that perfectly capture that fist-pump-cycling feeling.
As a mountain bike guide I ride with a lot of different people. In any group of riders there can be a huge range of abilities and fitness. Something that I notice is how often some riders give themselves a really hard time, especially those who feel they have less technical ability or fitness.
I quite like to imagine Buddha riding a bike. He'd be wobbling his way down a dusty road, all barefoot pedalling, carefree and serene, radiating gleeful Zen delight.
Have you ever felt a greater sense of simplicity when you're on a bike? Could we say that cycling is a new form of practicing mindfulness?
Meditation is an incredibly powerful tool for processing emotions, alleviating stress and also for boosting happiness. Guest blogger, Julie Montagu shares her wisdom how meditation can be used to help your happiness grow.
With the UCI Road Championship taking place in Norway this year and the “hygge” concept catching like wildfire, we thought we'd take a look at yet another rather fascinating Scandinavian concept... "Sykkelglede". Have you heard of it?
I started cycling to lose weight. At the time I didn't even have a bike. Every single ride I’ve ever done since, I’ve felt like a child escaping. It gave me freedom. But then I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I was absolutely devastated. I thought I'd never be able to get on the bike again...
The Danes are currently the world’s happiest people. Denmark has come top of The World Happiness Report for four years out of the last five. So what is the secret to the world’s happiest country? Is it hygge?