• staff-review
    Vitus Vitesse EVO Disc
    18 Apr 2017 / Andrew Reeves
    In this staff review, Andrew Reeves takes a look at the new Vitus Vitesse EVO Disc road bike
  • staff-review
    Rotor INpower crankset
    27 Mar 2017 / Tim Wiggins
    The Rotor INpower 3D+ MAS power meter is a crank-based powermeter, with the electronics and strain gauge housed in the left-hand crank arm and crank spindle. I fitted the unit to my Kona Private Jake cyclocross bike , and have been battering and beating it with British weather for the last three months of racing and training. It is holding up well...
  • bikepacking
    Meet Karl Booth - Fat Bike Bikepacking Bonkers... 5 Top Tips
    24 Mar 2017
    Meet Karl Booth... he's riding a fat bike from the UK, to the most northern point of Norway. That's a bit bonkers... In this blog post, he provides some bikepacking tips! Karl's Bikepacking Tip #1 - Time efficient endurance training I struggled for many months, not being able to ride at the weekends. It can become quite depressing. To...
  • staff-review
    gore-bike-wear-1985-shakedry-jacket
    24 Mar 2017 / Tim Wiggins
    Staff testers Tim Wiggins and Ed Tibbitts have been testing out the new Gore ONE 1985 ShakeDry Jacket from Gore Bike Wear. The company claims it is their 'most innovative fabric yet'. Find out what our testers think...
  • staff-review
    Isadore Cycling Apparel
    22 Mar 2017 / Tim Wiggins
    In a world of technical fabrics and aerodynamic marginal gains, is there still a place for wool jerseys? Slovakian brand Isadore Apparel, founded by ex-pro rider Martin Velits, certainly maintains there is. Staff rider Tim Wiggins has been testing it out…
  • staff-review
    quarq shockwiz
    08 Mar 2017 / Steve Kitchin
    ShockWiz is a unique product that connects to your bike's front or rear shock; takes some smart air pressure readings, and inputs them into a smartphone App, to provide a high-tech tuning device. Staff rider Steve Kitchin takes a look…
  • wiggle-high5
    strade bianche donne
    06 Mar 2017 / Tim Wiggins
    The Strade Bianche is the pretty little sister of the 'Spring Classics'. It might not have the cobbles of Flanders, or the length of Liege-Bastogne-Liege; but the white roads of Tuscany bring their own challenge and romance for a bike race. Technical and slippery, in the wet or the dry; the Strade Bianche is a notoriously difficult race to...
  • travel
    Faroe Islands Mountain Biking
    01 Mar 2017 / Tim Wiggins
    Welcome to our first Wiggle Adventure feature. In this series of Wiggle blog posts, we'll bring you great insights into fantastic places that you could travel to; with your bike, running shoes, or camping kit. For our first blog post, we're heading to the remote Faroe Islands with Danish brand GripGrab. Steep cliffs, isolated settlements, stunning sunrises and sunsets; this is the kind of place you want to take your bike, and explore…
  • ULTIMATE-USE
    ULTIMATE USE
    21 Feb 2017 / Steve Kitchin
    In this blog, Components Marketing Manager Steve Kitchin talks us through the rather special Ultimate range from USE
  • womens-cycling
    Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling - Inspiring characters in women's cycling
    15 Feb 2017 / Tim Wiggins
    With International Women's Day close to hand, we chat with members of the Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling Team; on what motivates and inspires them in their sport.

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