Cycling / Biking Directory
Bicycling is a great form of exercise as well as a practical way to get around, but it also carries the risk of significant injury, especially head injury. Of course, an alternative to outdoor cycling is indoor cycling. Indoor cycling classes are growing in popularity due to the intense cardio workout it involves. With any cycling exercise, it is important to stay hydrated and safe. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about the benefits and risks of cycling, how to get started on a cycling workout program, and much more.
Bicycling can be dangerous. WebMD tells you how to prevent injuries and death while you're rolling.
Aerobic Exercise for Teenagers
Building strong bones is critical during the teen years. WebMD explains the benefits of aerobic exercise for teens - on their fitness levels and mood.
Bicycle Safety Treatment
WebMD lays out the basics of bicycle safety.
Head Injuries and Trauma in Sports: Causes and Treatments
WebMD discusses head injuries related to sports, how they are caused during physical activities, and which treatments can help.
Workout Devices Get Rated
Experts argue the pros and cons of the latest exercise equipment.
Staging Your Personal Tour de France
You may feel like the most inactive person in the world, but it is possible to achieve your own Tour de France victory.
Adding Culture to Exercise
It's Friday night and the sound of Latin salsa is pulsating from a studio on Manhattan's Lower West Side. But the people inside aren't swaying to the music; they're working out on stationary bicycles: 'indoor cycling.' Instructor Giovanni Ortiz urges his class on, shouting 'Muevetelo! Move it!' with a swivel of his hips.
Is Biking Bad for the Bedroom?
Male cyclists are at risk for erectile dysfunction, unless the bike seat fits properly. Now they don't have to choose between cycling or sex.