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The Athlete’s Kitchen: Athletes, Iron & Anemia

My teammate eats ice chips like crazy. Isn't that a sign of being anemic? Something must be wrong with me. I get out of breath...

5 Common Nutrition Mistakes Cyclists Make and How to Avoid Them

By Heather Casey — Cycling isn't just about enduring those long, winding roads or mastering the art of pedaling through rough terrains—it's also about...

The Athlete’s Kitchen — Eggs: Unscrambling the Confusion

By Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD — When it comes to eating eggs, nutrition advice has changed. In 1968, the American Heart Association (AHA)...

The Athlete’s Kitchen: Eating to Win—Nutrition Tips for Competitive Athletes

"I'm wanting to run the best I can at the Boston Marathon. Any nutrition tips to help me reach my goal?" "How do Patrick Mahomes...

Study: Cycling Past 50: A Closer Look into the World of Older Cyclists

By Charles Pekow — Don't fear that you may get too old to bike. You may simply need to make adjustments. It may mean...

Touring the Netherlands on a Self-Guided Tour

By Matt Davidson — I absolutely love cycle touring! Different than all my previous bike tours, on this trip I stitched together a paid,...

Yellowstone Shortline Trail: West Yellowstone’s Newest Bike Trail

By Lou Melini — Imagine going back in time when you could hop on a train (perhaps with your bike) in the early evening...

Mechanic's Corner

A Guide to Buying a Used Bike

By Tom Jow — If you have been shopping for a bike anytime during the last few years, you know that during Covid it...

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A Front Row Seat for the Growth of Women’s Bike Racing

By Peter Abraham — Over the last year, I’ve been paying attention to the theme of women’s empowerment in both sports and popular culture:...

Suffering, Survival, and even Sabotage…All on a Shoestring! The First American Team to Race the Giro d’Italia.

By Dave Campbell — In the summer of 1984, I was fifteen years old and in my second year of serious bike racing. I...

The ‘good ole days’ not so different from today

By Greg Overton — Welcome to a new year of Classic Corner as a feature in Cycling Utah. For those of you who are unfamiliar with...
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By Anthony J. Nocella II — Recently, I had the chance to sit down with Conner Lacey to talk about managing a bicycle shop...


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