• living-with-gore-bike-wear-power-trail-SP
    15 Aug 2016 / Sarah Pain
    In this post, Team Wiggle rider Sarah Pain, gives us her latest update on her Gore Bike Wear Lady Power Trail kit - now that the summer sun has finally arrived! --- The onset of summer, has meant that I can actually go riding without the usual collection of waterproofs and jackets - a rare treat! This has meant that I have spent a lot of time...
  • wiggle-high5
    09 Aug 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    In this latest update from the Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling Team, we talk with Mayuko Hagiwara, after a hot and hectic Ride London Classique! --- Racing update Hi! It's Mayuko Hagiwara, of Wiggle High5. After competing in 2 long stage races - the Giro Rosa and the Internationale Thuringen Rundfahrt der Frauen; I then took part in the RideLondon...
  • mountain-hardwear
    mountain hardwear spark sleeping bag
    04 Aug 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    In this review, staff rider Tim Wiggins takes a look at the high-end HyperLamina Spark Sleeping Bag, from Mountain Hardwear. He deems it a great choice for bicycle touring. --- This September, I'm undertaking a 1,900 km unsupported bike-packing trip; through Northern Spain, down the Pyrenees to Carcassonne, and then back up through France...
  • dhb
    04 Aug 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    In this Wiggle Interview, we chat with dhb 's cycle clothing designer, Tom, about designing the latest dhb Blok range. --- Blok has established a great reputation for its bold, unique designs; where does the inspiration come from, for this season? When I first got my hands on designing the dhb Blok range for SS15, there were lots of great...
  • gripgrab
    02 Aug 2016 / Richard Pearman
    In this post, staff team racer Richard Pearman gives his opinion on the new GripGrab Race Aero Overshoes; a piece of kit that could provide you with significant marginal gains! The Aero Advantage The new GripGrab Race Aero TT Overshoes are designed to offer you a performance advantage during competition; with a form-fitting cut, and a lightweight...
  • wiggle-legal
    02 Aug 2016
    There are many offerings in the market place for legal services for the victims of personal injury. "No win, no fee" is a very well-known phrase, which maybe speaks for itself; but how much do you actually pay when you win? This is the real cost of bringing a personal injury claim. It's no longer free, since the law changed in 2013...
  • Kona
    29 Jul 2016 / Chris Wright
    "Is it a road bike, or an off-road bike? Is it a commuter? A touring bike?" It is all of them; all rolled into one." This was how I summed up the Kona Rove ST , when I first 'rode and rated' it. I still stand by that statement; but, I wanted to take it to the next level, and really show how capable it is, when you let it...
  • coasts-and-cols
    Introducing the 'Coasts and Cols' Bikepacking Tour
    28 Jul 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    The Big Ride. The Adventure. The Escape. The Ultimate Kit Test. In this post, staff rider Tim introduces his plans for his bikepacking trip, this September. It has fairly 'epic' proportions… The 'Coasts and Cols' Tour - The Inspiration The inspiration for my 'Coasts and Cols' tour came from a number of sources...
  • fizik
    28 Jul 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    In this post, staff tester Tim Wiggins takes a look at the alloy finishing kit from Italian brand fizik. It's got some flair!
  • garmin
    27 Jul 2016 / Neil Towns
    Over the years, I have transitioned from a Garmin Edge 305, to an Edge 500, then to an Edge 510; I did have a brief dalliance with an Edge 1000, but found it too large for racing; most recently I have settled on the Edge 520. For me, the Edge 500 series is ideal in terms of size, and to be honest the lure of full directional mapping (previously...