Great promo video to get into the mood to watch the Giro d'Italia...
Today, Italy's three week epic road race, Giro d'Italia kicked off the first stage with a 130km ride through Napoli, culminating in a sprint finish, won by Mark Cavendish, who as race leader will be wearing the Maglia Rosa, the famously pink race leader's jersey into the second stage of
Second episode in a series charting the development of Cervélo TestTeam and their first season in the professional cycling world. A bit if wind tunnel testing with Carlos Sastre and Kristin Armstrong. Enjoy
A handful of images that I managed to snap whilst spectating at the 2009 Tour of Britain's final stage in London. Edvald Boasson Hagen comfortably sealed overall victory in The Tour of Britain, as Italian Michele Merlo sprinted to victory in an action packed stage in front of thousands of spectators
A beautifully shot video telling the story of how the Cervélo team came about. As a relatively young company starting off as a two man team working out of a bedroom, Cervélo now employ 80 dedicated people developing and building some of the most coveted bikes in the world. I
Cycle commuter numbers appear to be increasing steadily on a daily basis. The popularity of cycle/ride to work schemes has made cycling accessible and more popular than ever, but typically, those new to cycle commuting will not necessarily be aware of the laws, etiquette, and general behaviour they are expected
You've probably noticed over the past week or so that the nights have started to draw in and we're losing light on those commutes home. Boo! On an overcast evening it's pitch black by 8:30 pm, and it's not long now until the clocks change and we're plunged into darkness
It's been over a week now since I've had the pleasure of owning a Cannondale Bad Boy 8 in which time I've managed four in/out commutes to work, so 120 miles so far. I'd like to offer this brief short term review of the bike and follow it up with
I found this quite entertaining. "Performance" by SpandX (aka Robin Moore, USA). Enjoy...
OK, so the second leg of the London Triathlon 2009 begins with the bike stage following what felt like a pretty lengthy swim and somewhat exaggerated T1. First thing's first, that T1 was the most incredible transition I've ever experienced. The usual bike exit was moved as a result of the extensive construction