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    Cycling team, Team Spectra
    15 Apr 2021 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Forget the old rules. Introducing the new UK-based cycling team with a plan to shake things up. Meet Team Spectra. When Team Principle Bruce Dalton told Wiggle he was putting together a multi-discipline cycling supergroup, we knew we had to be involved from the start. With a gender-balanced line-up of riders competing across many cycling...
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    Black Sheep Cycling - the inside story
    01 Mar 2021
    From the sell-out flat-brim cap and Blue Como kit to a global player with a flagship store and café in Brisbane, Queensland, this is the story of Black Sheep Cycling. Shop Black Sheep Cycling at Wiggle 2014 Birthed by John Polson, a former professional athlete, the first garment that Black Sheep designed was actually a flat brim cap – an...
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    HJC road bike helmets review
    14 Jul 2020 / Nassrin Chamanian
    They're famous for their motorcycle helmets. Now HJC brings their expertise to cycling helmets with the Atara, Valeco, Furion 2.0 and Ibex 2.0. Here's the in-depth review from Wiggle videographer James. Shop HJC helmets at Wiggle The HJC road helmet range HJC Atara Helmet The ATARA benefits from all of the technical development of HJC...
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    dhb snap up chance to partner Sydney Uni – Staminade women’s cycling team
    20 Dec 2019 / Rob Atkins
    dhb will strengthen their presence at cycling’s elite level in 2020 – when they partner with the Australian women’s team Sydney Uni – Staminade. Third in the Aussie national road series last season, the squad have an exciting programme in prospect as they aim to raise their game at home and abroad. And they will be sporting...
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    cycle jerseys, yellow jersey, green jersey
    20 Dec 2019 / Rob Atkins
    dhb has revealed its pride at sponsoring the 2020 Lexus of Blackburn Bay Crits in Australia. The performance clothing brand were revealed as proud suppliers of the yellow leaders’ and green sprint jerseys for the event, which takes place from January 3-5 in Victoria. dhb have also designed a bespoke national criterium champion’s kit...
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    Brenton Jones eyes mentor role at Canyon dhb p/b Soreen
    09 Dec 2019 / Rob Atkins
    Brenton Jones is relishing the opportunity to pass on his experience to the Canyon dhb p/b Soreen squad in 2020. Australia’s criterium champion was unveiled as part of the revamped UK-based UCI Continental outfit for next season. And the former Drapac, Delko-Marseille and JLT Condor sprinter believes he is going to “be a part of...
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    Former Team Sky rider Alex Peters reveals mental health battle as he joins Canyon dhb p/b Soreen
    05 Dec 2019 / Rob Atkins
    Three years lost. That’s Alex Peters’ assessment of the past 36 months after a debilitating mental health condition put the brakes on his promising cycling career. The Hackney-born talent appeared to have the world at his feet when – having impressed as a stagiaire alongside training partner and fellow Stoke Newington School...
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    dhb unveil Canyon dhb p/b Soreen jersey after extending partnership
    05 Dec 2019 / Rob Atkins
    dhb will once again rub shoulders with cycling’s biggest names in 2020. The Portsmouth-based performance clothing brand has confirmed its partnership with road racers Canyon dhb p/b Soreen will continue into a third season. The new campaign will mark a second as headline sponsor of Tim Elverson’s hugely-successful UCI Continental...
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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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    Finishing strong - Dani Rowe at the OVO Energy Women's Tour
    22 May 2019 / Dani Rowe
    I’ve recently retired from professional cycling after 14 years of dedicating my life to the sport. Part of the reason for that was because I felt like I had achieved everything I ever dreamt of when I first started my cycling journey at the age of 14. Last year I won a bronze medal in the Commonwealth Games which was the last major...

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