Editor Rob Spedding heads down to Enigma Bikes in Eastbourne to get himself measured up for our upcoming bespoke bikes feature and proof, if it were needed, that he’s related to apes…
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) today used a survey to claim that ‘More than half of cyclists jump red lights‘. But by using even less science we’ve uncovered something even more sinister – almost half of cyclists have upset a kitten while riding.
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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.
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Our two days of summer – in October naturally – have been and gone and autumn is out in force. Sadly that means thoughts turn to begrudgingly riding a bike to nowhere. Indoors.
Senior art editor Mike Ellott was all packed, excited and ready for his trip to ride over French mountains. And then someone mentioned hi-viz gilets…
Despite contrary statement from a sponsor, National Trust Sportive on July 3 at Kingston Lacey is to go ahead as planned.
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.