So, my wife really wanted to get in the game. This is, frankly, a scary prospect for a number of reasons. First, look, this business can be dangerous, it’s hell out there and notwithstanding her life insurance policy I really … Continue reading Vitus Zenium L (ladies) road bike, long term test..
The lovely people at Lusso have sent me some of their summer kit to test but with a twist! I wanted to write about my wife’s experience of getting into cycling so asked Lusso whether they could provide her with … Continue reading Lusso Summer Collection, his and hers!
When I wrote Crime and Punishment I expected a torrent of disagreement and outrage. I was pleasantly surprised. I moved onto helmets and had a lot of excellent feedback. I did lights and no one called me out. Perhaps it’s … Continue reading The trouble with discs…….
Before I begin, I’m asking for this for Father’s day. Just because. The evolution of the cycling jersey is a wonderful thing to read about and Andy’s worked hard on that. I’m fascinated by cycling kit generally, if you hadn’t … Continue reading Prendas Ciclismo Reef Windproof/Rain jersey
See, I wrote this, then I edited it. Then I came back to the beginning because, it seemed to me, that this reads like a love letter to some cycling clothing. Perhaps it is, perhaps that’s what I meant to … Continue reading Assos, Tk.607, Intermediate S7, Falkenzahn, the Holy Trinity?
This sport of ours demands energy. You can feel like an Olympian going out but, for any reasonably distant ride, you do need to hydrate and you really should take something with you to eat. Jam sandwiches are actually great, … Continue reading Fuelit, packed with energy (and love!)
So, welcome to the last round! I’ll be looking at the last of the kit that Chapeau sent me to review and some of my stuff as well. I’m grateful to Chapeau for sending this stuff. They’re a brand that … Continue reading Chapeau! Part 3, (the other stuff)
Right then, let’s get serious and talk about tyres, clinchers specifically, none of that glue nonsense here. Everyone has their favourite tyre. The truth is I quite like very many of them. Indeed, I’ve only ever had issues with a … Continue reading Michelin Power Competition 25c, fun with maths.
Fulcrum. It’s a noun.It’s the point against which a lever is placed to get a purchase, or on which it turns or is supported. Hang on, that can’t be right, you’d not name a company after that. How about, a … Continue reading Fulcrum Quattro, budget aero?
EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks to fellow blogger Dave for his insights into Rapha’s new core range. It’s quite exciting calling myself an editor though I’ve only formatted Dave’s thoughts and added some more pics! It’s interesting to see Rapha get back to basics, … Continue reading Guest Review : A weekend with the Rapha Core range