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    The Castelli Gabba – The story of a design classic
    04 Apr 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    As a pro cyclist, a team-issued kit is a perk of the job right? Then why spend good money to buy your own, only crudely deface it with a black marker pen? Because you want the cutting-edge kit that will give you an unfair advantage. That’s why. Now a foul-weather staple of so many cyclist’s wardrobes, it’s hard to imagine a time...
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    SRAM Force eTap AXS: First look
    04 Apr 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    It’s here! Meet SRAM Force eTap AXS. ​ Hot on the heels of the launch of the all-new 12 speed SRAM RED eTap AXS wireless groupset SRAM has brought to market what customers have been asking for since the launch of the original RED eTap groupset – a more affordable version way to access their innovative tech. Shop Force eTap AXS at...
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    Le Col: Behind the Brand
    03 Apr 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Le Col springs from one pro-rider’s drive to create the ultimate performance cycling apparel, with products and collections inspired by pro-racing, designed with technical details that count towards success on the road. Designed in Britain. Made in Italy. Road tested to the limit. A step up in performance We’ve been watching the growth...
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    What's next for Tracy Moseley? Catching up with a mountain bike legend.
    02 Apr 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    With three World Championship titles in enduro as well as one in downhill, plus seven British Downhill National Championships on her palmares, Tracy Moseley is one of the most successful mountain bikers of her generation. She's no longer racing full-time but is still very much involved in the sport. We caught up with Tracy to reflect on her...
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    4 reasons why you need dhb Equinox in your cycling wardrobe
    25 Mar 2019
    dhb ’s Senior Product Manager, Rich Land, explains one of the brand's latest innovations. What is Equinox all about? Equinox is a concept to help riders dress correctly in those transitional spring and autumn periods. We love to get outside at these times of the year, embracing those beautiful colours and smells that signal the changing...
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    How I survived the Red Bull Timelaps
    20 Feb 2019 / Rebecca Clarke
    If there’s no good reason not to, why the hell not? Right? When the opportunity to join an all-women Red Bull Timelaps team came up, I didn’t need much convincing. Eight weeks to go. That’s enough time to prepare...? Having taken a long break from cycling, I had only really got back into it about seven months before. I had worked...
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    For women, by women. Meet the team behind dhb.
    19 Feb 2019 / Kirsty Smith
    dhb has long been a popular choice for female cyclists. The brand believes in identifying and meeting the needs of women and ensures that all their innovation and technology is available for women too. It helps that so many members of the team behind dhb are women who ride, run and tri together as the ‘dhbaes’. They design, they...
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    YOU CAN: Colin Wallace
    13 Feb 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Colin has always been competitive. He’s had a successful career in rowing, winning National Championships and competing for Team Scotland. Following his retirement from the sport in 2011, he moved onto triathlons and then Ironman. In April 2018, Colin was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis . It’s a condition affecting the brain and the...
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    13 reasons to ride with Wiggle at the New Forest Sportive
    07 Feb 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    The Wiggle New Forest Sportive returns on March 30th. We’ve taken your feedback on board to make this the best one yet. Book your place on the New Forest Sportive now Why you should ride with us You’ll start the season with your first century of 2019... We’ve come up with three amazing, fully marshalled and signposted routes...
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    YOU CAN: Elaine Scott
    05 Feb 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    When Elaine Scott stood mesmerised at the roadside watching a time trial last year, she was inspired to make a decision that would change her life. She decided to buy a bike. Having previously suffered from anorexia, anxiety and depression, Elaine soon discovered the benefits of cycling to her mental as well as physical health. Since she started...

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