We all know that cycling is a great way to meet your weight loss goals, but how many calories can you burn while riding a bicycle? Whether you're riding at moderate or vigorous paces, on roads or in a spinning class, this article will help you tell how many calories you burn in an hour of bicycling.
People who ride bikes on a regular basis tend to be lean with muscular legs. Does biking make skinny people more muscular? Does it help overweight people lose fat? Find out what it did for me and what to expect when you start going for bike rides.
Cycling can be a great way to build muscle and lose fat. I gained over 35 pounds of muscle while losing fat by biking to beaches in the summer. For me, it worked better for building muscle than lifting weights.
Searching for a good path racer bicycle? This article will help you get the look right. We'll review 3 path racers, and review a couple of other tips and ideas to get you rolling in style.
Do you hate flats as much as I do? I finally figured out how to minimize my flats to once every 2,000 miles. Here's how I did it.
This guide shows how cycling can help tone your legs, abs, and butt muscles. Includes cycling techniques to help you improve tone and achieve a flat stomach.
How can you lose weight bicycling? Cycling is a great way to burn calories, fat and encourage a healthy level of physical activity. Here's how cycling can help you to achieve your weight loss goals and plans.
Strong muscular legs make it easier to bike up hills and go at a fast pace. Doing strength training in the off season can prevent you from losing the muscle you gained while biking. Strengthening your legs while you are off the bike during cycling season can help you gain muscle faster.