If you reckon you’re a better cyclist than Bradley Wiggins and could ‘have’ Geraint Thomas in a sprint then next Friday – the 26th of November – is the chance to prove it…
The 2012 Olympics are on the horizon and a state-of-the art velodrome is being built. At the same time, though, Herne Hill Velodrome, the last track to host the Olympics in the UK, is fighting closure…
The Prostate Cancer Charity and Sharp Electronics, in association with Rapha and Condor, have announced plans for an iconic cycling challenge open to all Cycling Plus readers, to raise funds to continue the fight against the most common cancer in men in the UK.
Geoff Waugh is one of Cycling Plus’ favourite photographers – and an all-round top bloke – and from tomorrow you’ll be able to see some of Geoff’s best work in an exhibition at London cycling cafe Look Mum No Hands.
Do you love road bikes and the latest kit? Fancy writing reviews of the best cycling gear on the planet? We are looking for a Technical Editor to work on Cycling Plus, Britain’s biggest selling road cycling magazine.
The latest issue of Cycling Plus is in the shops right now and among all the other great stuff inside is a feature exploring the culture of cake stops. We’ve also listed 10 of Britain’s best cycling friendly caffs…
Deloitte Ride Across Britain – the mass-participation John O’Groats to Land’s End ride – is to return for a second year.
A government document leaked to The Daily Telegraph lists 117 taxpayer-funded bodies to be scrapped and Cycling England is among them – which could mean trouble for cycle training and even Cycling Demonstration Towns.
Cycling stars including Olympic gold medallists Chris Boardman and Nicole Cooke will be guests at a glittering event to help sick babies and children.
This weekend Rubens Barrichello will be driving his 300th Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium. So, what do you give a millionaire Brazilian F1 star who (probably) has everything to celebrate such a landmark? An electric bike of course!