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Cycling head units, or bike computers if you’d prefer, are an odd piece of technology in some ways. They are a product that regularly takes two steps forward and one step back. Every year brings new features and advancements and yet they continue to be a pale shadow of their close relative the smartphone. It’s […]
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The advantages of balance bikes and the ease with which they can get young children on to two wheels are well documented. We can’t recommend them enough. When you think about the separate factors involved with riding a bike, it quite quickly becomes very complex. A balance bike does away with most of those, allowing […]
Vandals have targeted a number of Ineos Grenadiers team vehicles in Belgium, in what is believed to be an environmental protest.
The bikes have been resigned and the range now includes mid-step frames
With the UK hit by new Covid restrictions and a no-deal Brexit looming we could be looking at more component shortages and price rises in 2021 – but is there cause for longer-term optimism?
It’s a harsh reality, but bike theft can happen – that’s why bike insurance could be your next essential purchase
As Covid-19 and the lockdown continues to cause concern and uncertainty around the world, what do cyclists need to know?
Rod Ellingworth is leaving Bahrain-McLaren after just one season as team principal.
Specialized shrinks its world championship-winning tech for future Grand Tour winners (with rich parents)
An ex-WorldTour sprinter has proposed no-passing zones and other changes in bunch finishes to keep riders safe.
Axel Merckx warns young riders who race both road and cyclocross not to burn out too early in their careers
Extinction Rebellion and Stop Killing Cyclists protest halts contractors from removing Kensington high street cycle lane
Primož Roglič of Jumbo-Visma takes the end of season Vélo d’Or 2020 award
The Rapha Festive 500 challenge returns in 2020, with riders now able to complete event on Zwift for the first time.
Sure, you could buy a motorbike for that – but would it have a chassis made of ‘unicorn hair’?
The former Tour de France yellow leader banned for four years for doping offences says he doesn’t know how to prove his innocence.
Fabio Aru finally announces that he will be joining Qhubeka-Assos for the 2021 season after several transfer rumours went around
Fulcrum releases ultra-stealthy new racing wheelsets developed with Elia Viviani and Cofidis
The Italian brand has launched a black version of the Antares Versus Evo Adaptive 00
Multiple WorldTour riders are taking the step down to ProTour and Continental levels for 2021 after turbulent 2020
Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins has seen a third company in his stable of businesses enter liquidation with debts of £141,000.
A former Tour de France leader has been banned from the sport for four years for a doping offence.
There will be no fans at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Ghent-Wevelgem, Dwars Door Vlaanderen, Scheldeprijs or Brabantse Pijl in 2021
A music business owner has weathered the financial storm caused by the coronavirus pandemic by launching a pop-up cafe for cyclists.
Harry Tanfield has found a last minute WorldTour contract, after initially planning to step down to Continental level.
Turns out there are more benefits to flare than simply getting your hands out the way of your bar bag…
An endurance cyclist has completed an incredibly impressive ‘Trenching’ challenge, which included 451.5km of ascents and descents of the famous Surrey climb of Box Hill.
A Bahrain-McLaren manager has denied having a connection to the doctor at the centre of the Operation Aderlass blood doping investigation.