Today’s the day that issue 259 of Britain’s best selling cycling magazine Cycling Plus – which after much thought we have called March 2012 – hits the shops. And, even if I say so myself, it’s a stunner!
Heading your way in the summer, Cycling Plus will be looking into the world of custom bikes. We’ve picked frame builders who offer a variety of styles, materials, design, and finish. We’ll be checking out the services provided by Lynskey, Enigma, and Paulos Quiros. Technical editor Warren Rossiter has got in first and has already been fitted up for a custom carbon race bike from Parlee.
It wouldn’t be unfair to say that Harry Blackwood is a MAMIL. And he’s proud of it. He’s been shopping…someone tell him to step away from the internet.
If you’re looking for that extra bit of motivation to help you achieve your 2012 cycling goals then get along to the London Bike Show from Thursday January 12, and take advantage of the brilliant BikeRadar Training hub which will give you access to a wide range of cycling-specific physiological assessments and coaching advice.
This weekend ITV’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here reality show saw a bloke from a band I don’t like crowned ‘King of the Jungle’ by TV two hosts I’m not especially fond of. But what do I know? Dougie Poynter’s McFly have sold well over one million records and I’m A Celebrity… hosted by Ant and Dec regularly drew in more than 11-million viewers. They’re popular. It is personal opinion, of course, but that doesn’t make them good.
This year’s shortlist for the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year award has caused Jeremy Clarkson levels of controversy for not including deserving female champions like Chrissie Wellington and Sarah Stevenson, but at least cyclists will all be voting for Mark Cavendish…
There’s less than a month left for you to take advantage of our special money-saving offer on tickets for the London Bike Show!
30 days of hair growth gets it first thing tomorrow morning. I’m not going to miss it (and neither is my wife), but at least I’ve discovered posh shaving cream…
Much to my surprise I have made it back from my cycle challenge across Vietnam and Cambodia in one piece.
Britain’s first National Park has a stunning combination of rugged moorland and lush dales. It also has some epic road climbs. Whether you like long, steady ascents or short killers, there’s something for everyone. Search hard enough and you might even find some flat bits… The main hotspots can be busy on bank holidays and weekends but there are enough quiet roads to ensure you have the time of your life.