The long head of the biceps (LHB) tendon is a common source of shoulder pain. LHB tendon pathology typically occurs with concomitant rotator cuff or labrum injuries but can occasionally occur in isolation as biceps tendinopathy or rupture. Tenodesis has been increasingly used to treat LHB tendon pathology, and numerous techniques have been developed that vary in approach, fixation construct, and fixation location. In this Technical Note, we describe an arthroscopic onlay articular margin biceps tenodesis with suture anchors. This technique has several advantages, namely intra-articular visualization of the tenodesis, strong fixation to high density bone of the articular margin, and most importantly, preservation of the anatomic length–tension relationship.