Our resident serious cyclist and co-founder Andrew Nethercot has delved deep into his memory recesses and knowledge of the sportive scene to bring you what he believes are the UK’s hardest sportives.
Andy Scullion’s Tour de France t-shirt it perfect for wearing on a casual ride or whilst watching the Tour with your mates.
Heads up on a new documentary film now on general release that tells the story of a group of Rwandan genocide survivors that come together to race as Team Rwanda.
We have a guest blog from one of our regular readers who provides her take on cycling commuting bags. The three bags reviewed are made by Rapha, Vaude and Anya Hindmarch!
Christine Bertram was the lucky name pulled from the hat to win our recent Going Going Bike / Go 4 Cycling competition to experience a VIP day out at the Ronde van Vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders) on March 31. Christine has put together a guest blog for us on her experience of an amazing day watching the Ronde and everything that goes with it. We hope you enjoy it!
We don’t need to tell you that winter is still with us. It’s cold and dark on the cycle commute home.
How many pedal strokes does a ride do on a Raid Pyreneen? What was the top speed recorded off an Hors Category mountain? How cold is it at the top of the Tourmalet in mid October. Below are answers to the above questions and many further stats taken from our Raid Pyrenees.
St Savin to St Lary, 90km, Col de Tourmalet and Hourquette d’Ancizan
Day three of our Raid Pyrenees was an epic day that almost never was. The Col de Tourmalet and the Hourquette d’Ancizan were on the cards but we woke to reports that the Tourmalet remained shut due to snow.
Integrating lights onto a bicycle helmet seems such a simple idea you wonder why no one has yet launched a product into the market.