The second half of this year’s Tour of Britain provided lots more top racing action, stunning scenery and a surprise overall winner.
So you’ve read GGB’s Cycle Show 2014 preview and you can’t wait for the event… but what could be better than visiting the UK’s premier cycling show for free?!
We have two free tickets (courtesy of our friends at the Cycle Show) to give away for anyone who can follow a simple set of instructions. Take your husband, take your wife or even take some man you met wearing Lycra in a park!
Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky will be in attendance with the aim of defending the title. The tour will also allow Wiggo to step up his preparation for the time trial world championship later on in September. Fans will surely be excited at the prospect of seeing him perform in Britain after he was brutally left out of Team Sky’s Tour de France squad.
Going Going Bike is proud to support Cycle to Work Day, a national event championed by multi-gold medal winning Paralympic cyclist, Dame Sarah Storey. It aims to encourage everyone to cycle to work for at least just one day – on Thursday 4 September 2014.
Watching the early developments of the Tour de Yorkshire last weekend was a wonderful opportunity to see the best road cyclists up close and personal in God’s own county. However, the sad withdrawal of both Cav and Froome Dog set me pondering on the nature of leaders and of teamwork in our favourite sport.
The Cycle Show is back at Birmingham’s NEC from the 27th-29th September and will be hosting the biggest ever line up of brands seen at a UK cycling exhibition.
Our friends at Rapha are putting on an extraordinary team race next month and are looking for people to sign up and join the fun.
There was good news this week at Going Going Bike towers with one of our team getting a place on the Ride London Olympic legacy sportive ride in August.
This Thursday sees the start of the annual London Bicycle Film Festival (BFF). Based at the Barbican Centre, the London BFF is now in its ninth season and continues to be a popular cultural event among the cycling public both in and out of the capital.