10 things you’ll inevitably have to explain to your non-cycling partner

September 11th, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Health+Nutrition | No Comments »

What you’ll need to talk about with that kind and patient person who doesn’t yet know all about your cycling hobby


Why you should re-introduce gluten to your diet

September 10th, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Health+Nutrition | No Comments »

Unless you’re diagnosed with a sensitivity or allergy, products containing gluten can be great dietary staples for cyclists


Gripped Publishing is hiring a social media and sales specialist

September 9th, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in News | No Comments »

Canadian Cycling Magazine is looking for an individual passionate about cycling, running, triathlon and/or climbing to join our sales and social media team


Podcast: Why Michael Matthews likes the Quebec one-day WorldTour races

September 5th, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Podcast | No Comments »

The Team Sunweb rider talks about the Grand Prix events. Coach Peter Glassford has advice for cyclocrossers targeting a weekend of racing


It’s time for more plants and less meat

September 3rd, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Health+Nutrition | No Comments »

A new study adds to a growing body of research that a plant-based diet could be predictive of a longer life and lower risk of cardiovascular disease


4 great stretches for cyclists

September 3rd, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Training | No Comments »

Keep your joints and muscles in top condition so you can keep riding


What is normalized power and how do you use it?

September 1st, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Training | No Comments »

Understanding training metrics is important to getting the most out of your riding, especially when it comes to structured indoor workouts


Canadian study shows new Toronto bike lane improved economic activity in the area

September 1st, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in News | No Comments »

The Bloor St. bike lane was initially a pilot project but was later made permanent because of the positive impact it’s had


Can we find 10 categorized climbs in the Prairies?

August 29th, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Rides+Events | 3 Comments »

It’s hard to come by big climbs in Saskatchewan and Manitoba but there are a limited number of opportunities to ascend on your bike


5 tips for locking up your bike properly

August 29th, 2019 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Gear Reviews, Special Feature | No Comments »

Using a sturdy lock is only the first step to ensuring you’re making your bike as hard and unlikely a target for a thief as possible