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  • RideLondon: wet and wonderful

    RideLondon: wet and wonderful

    Apparently, the organisers of RideLondon-Surrey were within a minute of cancelling last weekend's ride. I'm one of 20,000 cyclists who are bloody plea...

    A salute to RideLondon’s sodden heroes

    A salute to RideLondon’s sodden heroes

    The London-Surrey classic proved another big moment for cycling in London, not to mention a very damp few hours for the riders who toughed it out.  ...

    Sunflowers and dirt roads

    Sunflowers and dirt roads

    A ride in the rolling landscape of Poitou-Charente couldn't have been more French if it had tried. A family holiday isn't a family holiday without ...

    Riding L’Etape du Tour: Man vs Nature

    Riding L’Etape du Tour: Man vs Nature

    Tim Burt returns from one of the most legendary climbs in France with tales of tired legs and freezing conditions. If you ever doubted the value of ar...

    Five ways to make the turbo trainer less boring

    Five ways to make the turbo trainer less boring

    It's that time of year (still), and you'd have to be pretty bold to go out in 100mph storms. OK, you do that anyway, but still, making turbo training ...

    A Strava voyeur

    A Strava voyeur

    The cold, windswept weeks of winter separate the men from the boys when it comes to getting on the bike - so it's a good job we've got Strava. Havi...