Video: Bikepacking the South Downs Way in England

Some bike routes are beautiful and others hold cultural significance. But the the South Downs Way in England has a little bit of both. This natural trail has been around for centuries, although it hasn’t always been open for cycling. Now, the 100-mile route—which features 3500 meters (11,482 ft) of climbing—has become a popular bikepacking … Read more

Video: Is Pauline Ferrand-Prévot the Greatest Cyclist in the World?

If you’re not an avid follower of women’s cycling—which has numerous very impressive athletes—you’d be forgiven for not having heard of Pauline Ferrand-Prévot. But this French woman may just hold claim to the title of the best all-around rider in the world. Why is that you ask? Because she just so happens to be the … Read more

Accept Rebecca Rusch’s Giddy-Up Challenge for Good This Weekend

The so-called “Everesting” challenge has been growing in popularity amongst endurance athletes in recent years. The original idea sprung from the cycling community, with the goal of riding enough vertical feet to accumulate the same elevation gain as it would take to reach the summit of Everest. That’s 8848 meters (29,029 feet) for those keeping … Read more