New Book Release: Leadville 100 MTB Survival Guide

by: bartmiller
June 23, 2014

Throughout the last six months I have been working on a really great project that I’m stoked to share with you! If you have been following Cycling Strong for even a little while, you likely know that I am passionate about the Leadville 100 MTB. It is completely grueling and insanely satisfying all at once. […]

10 Tips for Beginning Road Racers

by: bartmiller
May 13, 2014

If you have recently been inspired to try road racing and you are new to the sport, a reasonable question is… “Where and how do I get started?” Here are 10 top tips to get you started RACING today! Fitness. Most people come to road racing from a sheer love of bike riding. You need […]

How to Wrap Road Bike Handlebar Tape Like a Pro!

by: bartmiller
May 8, 2014

Here’s a handy little video to show you how to wrap road bike handlebars like a pro, with Joe from Sticks & Stones bike shop in Rexburg, Idaho. Things you’ll need: Scissors Electrical Tape Handlebar Tape with a little extra tape Before you start: Cut a 45 degree angle at the start of the tape […]

How to Survive the Cold – Winter Cycling

by: bartmiller
January 30, 2014

How to survive cold on your Snow Bike Race? There are lots of clothing options to choose from. I am trying a lot of stuff all the time and these are some of the clothing that I would wear. If you have any suggestions, let me know. 🙂

How to: 4 Stretches to Treat Cycling Back Pain

by: bartmiller
September 27, 2013

As many of you know, not only do you get sore calves, glutes, quads, and saddle sores from cycling, but you can also get back pain. This is not uncommon, actually, back pain is one of the most common injuries reported by competitive cyclists! Believe it or not, yoga can help relieve back pain, while […]

8 Ways to Lose Weight on the Bike

by: bartmiller
September 18, 2013

We all want to stay trim on the bike right? That is definitely one reason why I love to ride. But we all can’t stay fit by just exercising, we have to eat right too! A LOT of cyclists make the mistake of over eating because they think they have done so much exercise while […]

How to: What to Have In Your Jersey When You’re Cycling

by: bartmiller
June 18, 2013

So today I am back in the studio creating all sorts of how-to videos, gear review videos, and answering all the burning questions any beginner cyclist could possibly have. If you haven’t subscribed to my YouTube channel yet, would love to have you join my community there! Just click the link below to check that […]

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