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.
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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!
To comedy fans of a certain age David Schneider is best known for his role as Tony Hayers, the BBC executive at whom Steve Coogan’s Alan Partridge desperately pitched the idea of a TV show called Monkey Tennis. Next month, though, Schneider is getting on his bike to take part in The Prostate Cancer Charity Tour Ride in the South West and he’s made a short video to promote it….
David Harmon and Jeremy Hastings were forced to abandon their Team Wiggle Tandem side-to-side record attempt this weekend Hastings was struck down with sickness and painful feet. The pair were trying to lay down the fastest time for a ride across the widest part of the UK – from Pembroke in Wales to Great Yarmouth in Norfolk – on Rocket 1, a tandem built by Dolan Bikes.
Anyone familiar with Eurosport‘s coverage of professional bike racing will likely be fans of commentator David Harmon’s double act with Irish cycling legend Sean Kelly. This weekend, though, Harmon has a new partner and he’s swapping the studio for the saddle in a bid to set a British cycling record.