Team Boardman Cycling Plus will be updating you each week with the highs and lows of their training as part of the team. This week Alan is back in the saddle after nailing La Marmotte…
It isn’t just the Cycling Plus writers who get on their bikes, the ad team are at it too. Commercial director Scott Longstaff used to play rugby and thought Lycra was just for cheerleaders. He’s changed his mind since dedicating the last few months to conquering arguably the world’s toughest sportive, La Marmotte.
Everybody has a stand out memory from their wedding…one of mine involves a professional cyclist’s drug bust.
The Summer issue of Cycling Plus hits the shops today (June 21) and as ever it’s packed with cycling goodness.
Despite contrary statement from a sponsor, National Trust Sportive on July 3 at Kingston Lacey is to go ahead as planned.
The sportives I’ve ridden in the UK have been pretty relaxed, low-key affairs – a couple of hundred extremely polite riders out not to race, but simply to have a lovely day. It’s a bit different in Italy…
Maybe I shouldn’t admit to this, but little excites me less than the ‘helmet debate’. For the record I’m pro-choice and anti-compulsion and I always wear a helmet. Well, I say always…
Top cycling clothing brand Rapha is planning a series of rides around the world in support of the victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Sunday (March 20) sees an event in London and Rapha will match riders donations.
The company behind the ‘posh’ London-Paris cyclosportive have revealed another event for 2011. HotChilee’s Alpine Challenge offers four ‘Tour de France’ stages in the, erm, Alps and should be awesome.
TV presenter Davina McCall has teamed up with children’s charity Action Medical Research to launch a women-only ride this May