• Seven things you didn’t know about velodromes

    As the first leg of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup draws to a close; we take a look at the humble velodrome - from 19th century Brighton to London … [More]

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    Exotic creatures: Gilbertson bikes

    A chance encounter on the commute led us to Gilbertson bikes, a Dutch-designed bicycle brand with a penchant for titanium and Siberian … [More]

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    Of seagulls and Smart Wheels

    A new, motorised wheel could revolutionise city cycling - but Johnathan Livingston would not have been impressed.  Jonathan Livingston Seagull said … [More]

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    We need propaganda

    In the UK, bike owners are seen as second-class road users. Moaning about it doesn't help, neither does getting into fights with lorry drivers. To … [More]

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  • 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...

    Exotic creatures: Gilbertson bikes

    Exotic creatures: Gilbertson bikes

    A chance encounter on the commute led us to Gilbertson bikes, a Dutch-designed bicycle brand with a penchant for titanium and Siberian aerospace. Y...

    Taking on the Tourmalet in L'Etape du Tour

    Taking on the Tourmalet in L'Etape du Tour

    Earlier this month, registrations opened for what is probably the world’s most famous mass-participation cycling event in the world – L’Etape du Tour ...

    Seven things you didn't know about velodromes

    Seven things you didn't know about velodromes

    As the first leg of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup draws to a close; we take a look at the humble velodrome - from 19th century Brighton to London 20...

    guest blog: a disappointing tale

    guest blog: a disappointing tale

    Brian Palmer is the man behind the washing machine post, a splendid cycling blog written from the whisky-soaked Scottish island of Islay. In this ...

    Arran: notes from a Scottish island

    Arran: notes from a Scottish island

    A brief ride through the glens and mountains of Arran allows the rider to glimpse Scotland in miniature. The Isle of Arran, a kidney-bean shape...

    The discomfort zone

    The discomfort zone

    It’s easy to under estimate how confusing the world of bikes has become – until you put yourself in the discomfort zone. My wife wants a new bicyc...

    Yet another Italian masterpiece

    Yet another Italian masterpiece

    I do love a lazy blog post; especially when I've been traipsing round Peppa Pig World all day. So, thanks to Phil Taylor of Bespoked Bristol for provi...

    Welcome to sportive season

    Welcome to sportive season

    There are many excellent cycle sportives organised in the UK; and while not races, they are certainly a challenge. This Sunday, over a thousand Lyc...