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    My Cycling Journey - Stephanie Kitchen
    14 Jan 2019 / Stephanie Kitchen
    I’ve always cycled a bit as a mode of transport, for commuting, going to uni or for just getting around town. But I think I really fell in love with cycling the summer I graduated from uni. Me and my friend Brigid got road bikes and toured the coast of Portugal for 3 weeks. We had no gear (just alllll the ideas) a beaten up map, a couple of...
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    My Cycling Journey - Kirsty Smith
    14 Jan 2019 / Kirsty Smith
    I discovered cycling as an attempt to combine some of my favourite things - being outdoors, being active, and being with my boyfriend. He’d always been a mountain biker, but started road cycling for fitness (and networking - it turns out cycling really is the new golf). I’d owned a bike as a child, but it had never been a massive part...
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    Fabian Cancellara Olympic champion and Global Brand Ambassador
    25 Oct 2018 / Nassrin Chamanian
    THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED In recent years, GORE-TEX® SHAKEDRY™ has become the gold standard in lightweight waterproofing for cyclists. The original GORE-TEX® SHAKEDRY™ 1985 became a must-have item. The totally waterproof and windproof fabric impressed riders by being both breathable and lightweight enough to pack down and...
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    5 stocking fillers to delight the cyclist in your life
    23 Oct 2018 / Nassrin Chamanian
    If you've got a cyclist to buy for this Christmas, you'll probably know that they can be a difficult bunch to buy for. We've put together a list of some of our favourite gifts to inspire you. Thoughtful ideas, all under £15 and specially selected for their usefulness as well as style. Ratio Dash 20 cm Sock It's not Christmas...
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    Andy Tennant’s grooming rules for winter cycling
    19 Oct 2018
    I won’t lie. Winter is miserable. After a five- or six-hour ride in the rain and wind (or even as short as 30 minutes some days) I often wonder how braving these elements on such a regular basis has had an impact on the look and feel of my skin. Like many people, I never used to be that concerned with skincare. However, since I've...
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    Ride connected with Garmin
    04 Oct 2018 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Ride smarter, bolder, longer, connected with Garmin. No matter how or where you like to roll, Garmin has the gear to bring performance, navigation and awareness to your ride. Here's our perfect connected bike set-up. Garmin Edge 1030 Cycling Computer The Edge 1030 is Garmin's most advanced bike computer yet. The new and improved Trendline...
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    The benefits of tubeless road tyres
    19 Sep 2018 / Tim Wiggins
    Tubeless tyres have been around for years, and have become the norm in the world of mountain biking. However, recent years has also seen the growth of tubeless road wheel sets and tyres; so we take a look at the benefits of going tubeless, with one of the original founders of tubeless technology - Hutchinson Tires.
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    Staff Review - Metier Beacon range
    18 Sep 2018 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Having established a personal goal to ride 500km over the last few months, staff writer and rider Nassrin Chamanian puts the Metier Beacon range to the test.
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    Mixing it up with the Michelin Power Gravel
    12 Sep 2018 / John Bradford
    When it comes to tyres, I usually select based on whether they have a tanned wall, or I just replace like for like. I had heard good things about Michelin but never used them, so I was excited to have the opportunity to try their new Power Gravel tyres. My cycling is pretty varied. I commute by bike and at the weekends I love exploring country...
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    Choose your own adventure
    11 Sep 2018 / Ben Gray
    Not all adventures have to be epic. You don’t need to scale a mountain or spend days in a jungle to have an adventure worth sharing. Sometimes it’s the little ones, the weekenders that bring the biggest smile to your face. Ever since a friend of mine moved to just outside of Bristol, I’ve wanted to ride there from Portsmouth. So...

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