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Ekoi Heat Concept Overshoes

Ekoi's Heat Concept range consists of these overshoes, and a pair of gloves. Both have the same aim – to keep your extremities from freezing in the cold – and both use a system of integrated heating elements and lithium polymer batteries to achieve that aim. And do you know

Your complete guide to Giant’s 2018 road bikes

Taiwanese brand Giant is the largest bicycle manufacturer in the world with a huge range of road bikes designed with various different types of riding in mind. The vast number of models might seem daunting at first but the range is structured very logically so it’s actually pretty easy to work

NiteRider Lumina 900 Boost

When a light's lumen count approaches a grand, we're expecting some serious brightness. NiteRider's Lumina 900 Boost model lives up to expectations. Two years ago we had the Lumina 750 on test, and rated it highly with a solid four out of five star rating. We found that it was bright

More cycling might not mean greater weight loss, according to study

More cycling might not mean greater weight loss, according to study

Researchers say that beyond a certain point energy requirements plateau A recent US study has found that those who undertake moderate levels of activity will typically burn as many calories as those who do significantly more. The researchers concluded that metabolism adapts to the volume of exercise a person

Prudential RideLondon to again host Brompton World Championship final

Prudential RideLondon to again host Brompton World Championship final

British Cycling chief executive looking to improve on last year’s 32nd place The 11th Brompton World Championship final will take place on Saturday July 30 as part of Prudential RideLondon. Last year’s event saw 450 riders taking part, including David Millar and Michael Hutchinson among others. The race begins

Fabian Cancellara wins Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana in Mallorca

Fabian Cancellara wins Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana in Mallorca

Swiss time trial and classics star Fabian Cancellara solos to victory on the third day of the Challenge Mallorca Fabian Cancellara at Challenge Mallorca (Photo: Dan Gould) Fabian Cancellara secured his first victory of the season on Saturday, winning the Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana from a solo move.The Swiss

Businesses protest parking space closures on Edinburgh cycle highway

Businesses protest parking space closures on Edinburgh cycle highway

Safe segregated path will mean closure of some local parking spots for shoppers Campaigners for a cycle path between Roseburn and Leith Walk in Edinburgh have come up against protest from businesses that fear the loss of parking spaces will affect custom. The council is developing a new cycle

Glasgow bidding for £12 million to convert the city into a mini-Holland

Glasgow bidding for £12 million to convert the city into a mini-Holland

Plans to cycle-proof areas of the city with Sustrans Scotland cash Glasgow is bidding for £12 million to convert the city into a mini-Holland - with the results of the second round of the competition to be revealed next week. The council has submitted two proposals to Sustrans Scotland's

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