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My Running Life Duathlons and Diabetes

In the latest in our 'My Running Life' series we talk to Matt Crawford; regular marathon runner, keen duathlete and triathlete who was spurred on by a late diagnosis of Type I diabetes in his early twenties.

The BMX speed queens

To celebrate International Women’s Day we talk to US BMX Olympian and Red Bull-sponsored Jill Kintner about her ongoing passion for the sport and the rise in female participation.

Your Next Fix Extreme Endurance Challenges

2018 is the year for thinking big and we’ve got just the thing for you: our pick of the seven most extreme endurance challenges – all set in different corners of the globe and certainly not for the faint-hearted.

Cycle Culture in the UK

As cycling becomes increasingly popular in the UK and all over the world, the demand for new products, new technology, and most importantly, new infrastructure has come to the fore

Top tips for marathon preparation

Have you got a place in next year’s London Marathon? If so…congratulations!

Running with Your Dog The Ultimate Guide

If pavement pounding isn’t your thing, running with your canine companion can make the whole experience seem less like a chore and more like an enjoyable activity. So, where do you start? We talked to a couple of runners and their dogs for some advice.

Why Cycling is Good for the Economy

Many eco-friendly and health-conscious individuals support the two-wheeled trend, and due to this backing, a fully-fledged bicycle economy has emerged

Five Coolest Running Achievements in History

In keeping with the weather (which, in the UK, where we’re writing from, is nearly as cool as these running achievements), we’ve been looking around the internet to bring you what we think are the coolest running achievements of all time

Bike Rides for Charity

Why not start 2015 off by setting yourself a challenge to complete a charity bike challenge by the end of the year?

My Cycling Life Crossing Massachusetts to Beat Cancer

Jay Mauro was only 23 years old when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Two decades and two kids later, Jay has ridden the Pan Massachusetts Challenge (PMC) – a demanding 192-mile-bike-a-thon held across two days – an eye-watering 10 times.

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