It has been a great year for British cycling. On the road and on the track, the year saw success upon success. A Tour de France winner, a Brit wearing the Rainbow Jersey and an Olympic gold rush at London 2012 were just some of the highlights.
Originally aired on Sky Atlantic in November, Bradley Wiggins a Year in Yellow is a documentary that follows Bradley Wiggins on his historic run through 2012 to Tour de France and Olympic gold glory.
In what promises to be a celebration of the recent achievements of British Cycling, the Tour of Britain returns this Sunday for its ninth edition.
Going Going Bike webstore partner Foffa Bikes has launched an exciting design competition with the IG London Nocturne race organisers that will see the winner take home a £1,000 single speed bike built to their own specifications and style.
This year’s Tour of Britain, which starts this Sunday, promises to be the best edition yet since the national stage road race was revived in 2004. Mark Cavendish, riding for HTC-Highroad, heads the best ever field put together by organisers SweetSpot.
Following on from the Brompton announcement yesterday, some more great news for Going Going Bike today. We’ve been nominated in the “Rising Star” category for the BikeBiz Awards for 2011. BikeBiz as you will gather is the bike trade magazine for the UK.
Being in Paris on the final day of the Tour de France is every cycling fans dream. Now imagine being at one of the actual teams end of tour celebration party.
Following on from the success of last year’s Team Sky Rainforest Rescue Kit auction on Going Going Bike, Team Sky has once again chosen us to be their official auction provider for the Rainforest Rescue kit that they are currently using in the Tour de France.
Later this month, the first of The Prostate Cancer Charity Tour Rides takes place in East Anglia. The Tour Rides allow amateur cyclists to experience part of the official Tour of Britain 2011 route that the likes of Team Sky will be hurtling down in September.
Auctions closed at 13:00 today (4 October 2010) on the bicycle auction event of the year. Over £15,000 was raised on Going Going Bike through the auction of the team kit which Team Sky unveiled at this year’s Tour of Britain.