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  • 30

    Jan

    UK National Cyclo-Cross Championships

    Earlier this month, we attended the HSBC UK National Cyclo-Cross Championships. The event was fast-paced and full of excitement as everyone was keen to see whether Ian Field would make his fifth win as Elite Men’s Champion. He arrived to huge support and he expressed his determination to win back his title which he succeeded […]

  • 02

    Sep

    Rio Round Up

    An emphatic display of majestic cycling leads Team GB to glory on Rio’s velodrome. An Olympics that had everything; controversies, triumphs, records, a certain Mr Bolt and a football team that restored pride back into a nation has sadly come to its conclusion. Although what a fortnight it has been for Team GB, who against […]

  • 02

    Sep

    Tour de France Round Up

    The extreme pressures and exertions on the human body have finally come to an end on the Tour de France, and have left those who are heading to Rio to continue on their Olympic dream. Chris Froome’s victorious Tour, taking his tally to three, has provided further ammunition to declare him one of the greatest […]

  • 18

    Jul

    Madness on the Mountain

    Every now and then an iconic image is born in sport. Thursday’s Tour de France stage played host to one such image. The sight of Chris Froome running up Mont Ventoux will live long in the memory. With dramatic sprints, traumatic crashes and feats of unfathomable athleticism, the Tour de France has it all. An […]

  • 04

    Jun

    Anthony’s Blog – Bittersweet

    What once brought vitality into my life is now taking drips out it. Cycling has made me the person I am today. The sport has been a wonderful outlet for expression and freedom for me. At the age of 15, cycling begun as a coping mechanism with life. It allowed me to get rid of […]

  • 23

    Apr

    Cycling UK Dismissed Government Pothole Fund as “Smoke and Mirrors”

    Despite the government recently launching proposals for a new fund directly aimed at fixing the UK’s ever-worsening pothole problem, Cycling UK has described the plan as being “the equivalent of using a sticking plaster to fix a broken leg.” The fund is set to put £250m towards local council funds over the next 5 years. […]

  • 16

    Apr

    Anthony’s Blog – A Pocketful of Power!

    If you’re reading this from a similar place on earth to me, then you’re probably experiencing some beautiful sunshine and warmth. The type that puts a joyful smile on your face and makes you want to explore life on two wheels. If you’re planning a long ride or would like a little treat, then I’ve […]

  • 04

    Apr

    Fantastic Flanders – A Tour of Flanders round-up

    The Tour of Flanders is always a highlight of the calendar, known as the Belgian World Championships, it is a race with no equal in terms of atmosphere. In 2016 this was to be no exception as fans celebrated the final classics campaign of Fabian Cancellara. Fabian is regarded as one of the finest classics […]

  • 31

    Mar

    Anthony’s Blog – Setbacks

    Setbacks – we all experience them and we all go through them. They may come as an illness, injury, or stress. Is a setback just an inconvenience? or is it an opportunity to reflect? That’s the answer I finally figured for myself. I used to view a setback as an inconvenience, a struggle and even […]

  • 21

    Mar

    Thomas Can Compete With the Best

    After sealing an overall win in Paris-Nice stage, Geraint Thomas says he believes he has the ability to compete with the best in the world. Thomas puts the win partly down to help of his teammates, who helped to stave off several attacks from Alberto Contador. “I knew I had to keep fighting and I […]

  • 29

    Feb

    Anthony’s Blog – ‘Cycle Social’

    It’s Sunday! Sunday’s are always one of the days I look forward to, not only because it’s a day where there aren’t any ‘talent’ shows on TV, but also it’s the day I get to ride with my clubmates. These guys have been there with me from the very start. Many of them I’m sure […]

  • 28

    Feb

    Cummings Races to Win

    Whilst admitting that he was racing for his Norwegian teammate, Edvald Boasson Hagen, their team’s strong numbers gave Steve Cummings the go ahead to reach for the win at Tirreno-Adriatico in Foligno, and of course the competitive nature of a sportsman was too much to resist! “With three kilometres to go the win was served […]

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