We love these pictures of Team Madison Genesis taken by top photographer Geoff Waugh on their recent training camp in Majorca, we stole them*!
On a damp and murky day in late October I was invited to join a select bunch of riders to take part in a highly secretive recce ride of the Surrey section of the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 route.
The next brand spanking new issue of Cycling Plus this year is in the shops now packed with all our usual goodies plus we put shoes and saddles to the test, put disc-brake road bikes through their paces and feature Olympic and Paralympic cycling stars Lizzie Armitstead and Sarah Storey.
In 2013 we’ll be following the progress of brand new British team Madison Genesis. Launched at the London Bike Show on January 19, the team blends a mix of experience – team manager Roger Hammond and senior pro Dean Downing – and youth – the likes of Alex Peters and Brennan Townshend. And in a break from the norm they’ll be racing on steel Genesis Volare bikes! In the first blog from the team first year pro Chris Snook relives an eventful first day…
Back in 2010, my cycling received a massive boost when I received an exciting email. Along with three other lucky cyclists, I had been chosen to be a member of Team Cycling Plus – the magazine’s reader team.
May the 3rd 2013 marks the start of one of the most ambitious and toughest sportives the UK has ever seen: the Rat Race Road Trip. After starting from Tower Bridge in London, riders will then have the simple to task of riding to… Edinburgh Castle in Scotland. That’s 400 miles. Oh, and they’ve got to do it in either just four or two days!
The first issue of Cycling Plus this year is in the shops now packed with all our usual goodies plus a ‘New Year, New You’ supplement to help your training and nutritional goals for 2013 start off on the right foot!
A bike isn’t just for Christmas… But at this time of year getting out and riding can certainly be a tasty experience says Andy Ward. Join him on a foodie-fuelled festive frolic…
Strange things happen in offices at this time of year and here at Cycling Plus the festive spirit has had an interesting effect on our sartorial sense…
The January issue of Cycling Plus brings you all the usual goodness that you’ve come to expect from Britain’s biggest cycling magazine.