• dhb
    How dhb is working with Polartec® to improve your rides
    11 Sep 2019 / Tara Andrews
    Polartec® are problem solvers. They’ve spent over 100 years developing fabric solutions to ‘unwind the impossible’ and ‘invent a future that performs at levels previously unrealised’. This commitment to innovation and improvement is something that dhb share, and the dhb autumn/winter collection contains a range of...
  • cycling
    Our top six trends from Eurobike 2019
    10 Sep 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Eurobike 2019 is the world's biggest cycling industry trade show. With over 1,400 exhibitors, it's the place where you'll find all the latest innovations, trends and technologies. Here are some of our highlights that we'll be watching out for over the coming year. Indoor training got even more realistic Mountain bike trails finally...
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    dhb's journey with Canyon dhb p/b Bloor Homes
    09 Sep 2019 / Tara Andrews
    Returning to the pro peloton was an exciting opportunity for dhb Returning to the pro peloton came about just as dhb started to seed Aeron LAB - the most advanced kit dhb has ever made. We caught up with dhb Senior Marketing Manager, Kirsty who told us why being partnered with professional UCI team Canyon dhb p/b Bloor Homes is so important to dhb...
  • Adventures of Ross and Hannah cycling to China - Stage 2
    27 Aug 2019 / Tara Andrews
    How do you spell Azerbaijan? Stage 2 of our adventure complete! We left Istanbul after a couple of days rest and navigated the world’s busiest road out of the city (slight exaggeration, but it was horrific) and headed east. We were torn between heading in to the heart of Turkey or taking the northern coastal route along the Black Sea. A...
  • Cycle
    How the pros fuel for a Grand Tour
    15 Aug 2019
    How do you fuel one of the world’s best cycling teams? We asked Corinne Reinhard, International Sports Nutrition Lead at PowerBar to provide us nutrition insights of the French cycling team AG2R LA MONDIALE . With riders spending many hours on the bike with short recovery periods, feeding one of the world’s best cycling teams during a...
  • Cycle
    Three clever ways to make cycling nature breaks easy for women
    08 Aug 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Disclaimer: If you don't have a vested interest in making cycling pee-stops for women easier, please look away now. Bib shorts are great, aren’t they? If you’re a fan, you’ll be familiar with the comfort of having your shorts held in place by comfy straps rather than an annoying waist-band. We love bib shorts. That is, until...
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    7 things cyclists do that might surprise you
    02 Aug 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    On the UK's increasingly busy roads, driving can be pretty stressful at times. Even more so when you need to share the road with cyclists who don't even pay road tax or pass a test. Riding two-abreast, dodging road tax, whizzing along while you wait at the lights - cyclists can be an irritation but what does current UK legislation and the...
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    Adventures of Ross and Hannah cycling to China
    30 Jul 2019 / Tara Andrews
    ‘I want to see China’ Hannah said to me one Sunday afternoon over a roast dinner at our local pub. ‘Why don’t we cycle there?’ I said between half a roast potato and fork full of peas. It was as simple as that. On the 5th May we left London. Our bikes that we’d spent the last month or so building were loaded...
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    Dani Rowe counts down to Ride London
    30 Jul 2019 / Dani Rowe
    I’m so excited about riding Prudential Ride London for the first time this weekend! I’ve raced the women’s ‘London Classique’ a few times & have always wanted to take part in the sportive. 100 miles is quite daunting but I’ve been following the Zwift PRL training plan & have found this has really helped...
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    Dani's guide to getting back on the bike
    22 Jul 2019 / Dani Rowe
    If it's been a while since you last rode a bike, here are my top tips for falling back in love with life on two wheels. Grab your bike The first thing to do when you unhook your bike down from the rack or get it out of the garage is to check that it’s in good working order. I would always advise anyone to take it to your local bike shop...

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