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    cyclist, bike, bridge, scenery
    26 Nov 2019 / Rob Atkins
    Lex Spedding’s breathtaking ‘cycletography’ is beginning to turn heads on social media. The Norfolk-based family man regularly puts the brakes on commutes and weekend rides to capture stunning scenery and memorable moments. And now the dhb ambassador has relived the past 12 months in the saddle to share his favourite photographs...
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    YOU CAN: Katy Downing
    22 Nov 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    When we met Katy, she wasn't sure if she actually liked running but, since she didn't hate it either, she decided to challenge herself to a half marathon. We caught up with her to see how her year's gone. Its been a busy year! Apart from my running goals, I've been working on losing some weight in the hope that it would alleviate...
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    YOU CAN: Ben Bareham
    22 Nov 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Ben Bareham has been busy since we met him at the end of 2018. What started as a way to get fit and lose weight has become a real passion and Ben has accumulated a stack of medals over the course of 2019 from all his cycling events. We caught up with him to find out how the year went. 2019 is drawing to a close and the days are getting shorter and...
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    YOU CAN: Colin Wallace
    21 Nov 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Colin Wallace had been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis only eight months before we met him earlier this year. Previous to his diagnosis, he had been a rower for Team Scotland and was also a keen triathlete. He now uses cycling as a way to stay active and competitive without aggravating his symptoms. We caught up with his progress for the year...
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    Dani Rowe: My year so far
    16 Sep 2019 / Dani Rowe
    This year has been a total whirlwind and one I’m thoroughly enjoying. I’ve been super busy doing a variety of different work and doing my best to keep myself as fit as possible leading up to the events I'm signed up to. The first event was Prudential Ride London which was amazing. Beforehand, I was really looking forward to just...
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    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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    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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    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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    Fuelling Team Ineos
    10 Jul 2019
    How do you fuel the top team in the pro peloton through 21 days of intense racing? We asked Ben Samuels, Performance Nutritionist at Science in Sport for the inside scoop on fuelling Team Ineos. Over a number of seasons, we’ve worked closely with Team Sky, and now Team Ineos , to understand the goals and requirements of nutrition and Science...
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    WIN a year's sponsorship from Science in Sport
    10 Jul 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED We understand what it takes. Juggling work, family and social life and somehow making time to go for a run or a ride. Nobody's paying you. You do it because you want to. It's your thinking space, somewhere to channel your competitive energy, a way to stay fit, to socialise. Whatever your reasons to run or...

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