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Duncan visited the London Bike Show earlier this month at the ExCel where he found some great bits and bikes on show, including some beautiful bikes by Aprire, [ ... ]
The London Bike Show returns to the Excel Centre this week, with something for every type of cyclist to get their teeth into. It opens on Thursday 13 February and [ ... ]
If you partake in any talk about endurance sports the chances are you will not have to wait very long before the phrase ‘carb loading’ rears its head.
I never thought I would ride a fixed gear bike anywhere but the velodrome. Last month I gave it a go and since then I haven’t looked back. I am fixie convert.
The most pressing short-term needs are, explaining to people who use motor-vehicles on public roads why people on bicycles need to claim time and space, and [ ... ]
Moving the furniture, the kerbs and the lines on the highway may mitigate the threat of motor-traffic but if we want to solve – rather than ameliorate – the problem [ ... ]
2012 release Premium Rush stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a risk-taking bike messenger in New York City who one day takes on a job that could kill him.
Cycling is the new golf, but is it the new cricket?
Are ‘Cycle-Superhighways’ a new category of municipal displacement activity? Containment Infrastructure?
In September Duncan Palmer spent a morning looking round Bikeworks HQ in Bethnal Green, where Marketing Manager Alice Marsh filled him in on what they do. He saw for [ ... ]
Take a snapshot of today’s conditions and breaking the cultural, and physical, domination of the automobile seems like an impossible dream. In a longer historical [ ... ]
The Bicycle Film Festival returns to London this weekend (3rd-6th October), with screenings being held at the Barbican and other events and rides taking place across [ ... ]
The word ‘steroids’ tends to conjure up images of macho wen with arms the size of trees wearing ripped vests. Steroids help you ‘get massive’ right? So what [ ... ]
The second of Canada’s UCI World Tour races involved some big names riding in the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal. The 23 year old Slovakian wunderkind Peter Sagan [ ... ]
There are many famous quotes associated with cycling that are useful to make note of. Armed with such a soundbite one can convey attitudes to bikes, feelings of [ ... ]
As the Vuelta entered its final 3 stages the leader’s jersey was being worn Vincenzo Nibai but he was being pushed hard by the veteran American Chris Horner. After [ ... ]
Quebec welcomed the UCI World Tour today with a pulsating circuit race. Big names including Sagan and Froome were at the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec to take part [ ... ]
As the sun begins to fade on another season of overseas success for British cycling, the Tour of Britain returns on Sunday, and promises to be the best one yet. With [ ... ]
After 12 stages of racing at La Vuelta a España, it is difficult to be certain of who will win the race. The favourite at the start was Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) and [ ... ]
Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) was in the leader’s red jersey after 6 stages of La Vuelta a España – the third and final Grand Tour of 2013. As expected, the race has [ ... ]