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.
We’ve been busily working away over the last year to bring you a brand new Going Going Bike website. The good news is that we’ve already switched over to the new site.
Check out our selections below on what caught our eye around the web this week.
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.
Our Raid Pyrenees was not a race. We were out of season. We had no reason to complete the route in less than 100 hours. However, we were cycling over the iconic Pyreneen mountains of the Tour de France.
It’s Monday, so that must mean the Wheelie Good Round-Up. Here’s our usual selection of cycling tit-bits from the world-wide web.
Some more Wheelie Good Round-Up goodness for you all on this Monday. Here’s this week selection.
We’ve teamed up with Sky Ride again to offer for sale exclusively, via our site, their latest cycling accessory collaboration – a limited edition bag designed by celebrated fashion designer Giles Deacon.
It’s a new week and as per usual we have some bite-sized cycling-themed stories from around the web.
Axat to Collioure, 120km, 1200m of climbing, Col de Jau.
Day six was the final day of our pyreneen cycle ride from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean. It began in the town of Axat, headed back up towards the high mountains for our final big climb of our Raid (in the shape of the Col de Jau) and then descended via lunch in Prades to the coast in St Cyprien before finishing in Collioure.