The latest issue of Cycling Plus hits the shops today and, as well as all the usual great stuff you’ve come to expect from Britain’s best selling cycling magazine, you’ll receive our free Superbike supplement containing 10 of the sexiest road bikes currently on sale!
Latest issue is packed with cycling goodness so buy one today!
The Wiggle Super Series is heading to the gorgeous North East in July for the first ever Northern Angle Sportive.
Roll up, roll up – the latest issue of Cycling Plus is in the shops and packed with cycling goodness. And if you buy our iPad edition we’ve also got some cheeky extras for you!
We’ve teamed up with Wonderful Pistachios to give two lucky readers the chance to win a tasty (and practical) cycling pack.
It’s probably just coincidence but if you swap the third and fourth letters of the biggest climb in the Wiggle Super Series Mega Meon around, it becomes Buster Hill. Truth be told Butser, as it’s called when un-anagrammed, isn’t a proper killer climb, but coming 30 miles into both the 95-mile Epic and 72-mile Standard rides this draggy ascent could still do some damage. If you’re a little out of shape then it could prove a shock to the system, but if you attack it with too much gusto (or should that be gutso?) you might regret your over-exuberance later in the ride. (Although the views and the 35mph plus descent on the other side make it worth the effort.
On Friday Team BikeRadar Madison will be tackling Hot Chillee’s London-Paris 2012 ride and riding 515km in just three days. Madison’s Will Fripp is getting excited…
Last month I was lucky enough to take a trip to Treviso in Italy to see the start of stage 19 of the Giro d’Italia. Among the state of the art carbon-fibre superbikes there were pretty special machines from an iconic Italian brand – Pinarello.
Editor Rob Spedding heads down to Enigma Bikes in Eastbourne to get himself measured up for our upcoming bespoke bikes feature and proof, if it were needed, that he’s related to apes…
This June Team BikeRadar Madison will be tackling Hot Chillee’s London-Paris 2012 ride. The team is a mix of experienced and, well, not quite so experienced roadies. We’ll be following their progress in the build up to riding 515km in just three days. Cycling Plus’s Senior Ad Manager Claire Hawkins is completely new to road cycling and her Focus is a big change from the Brompton!