This was one of those stories that lands on your desk leaving you slightly slack jawed with disbelief. I’m not convinced of the ‘world first’ claim, but the production method sounds pretty incredible and I do hope someone snaps up this tech – because these guys have worked hard, in a office made from “plasticContinue reading “The first mass-produced chrome carbon bicycle frames?”
Maybe it’s Covid, maybe I’m getting old – who knows – but all of a sudden I just don’t care how far or how fast. A little word doodle because. Read it here.
It’s neither a unique or inventive idea, but everyone loves an Editor’s picks. These are mine for 2020. Read it here.
Local bike shops are the lifeblood of the cycling community, and Pearson has been around since 1860 – just think how many people they’ve inspired to ride in that time. And thanks to creativity, adaptability and good old fashioned family pride it looks like they’ll be going a long time. Read it here.
This year’s crop of top end bikes have been extremely pricey, with RRPs extending over the £10k mark and leading to questions such as “why does that bicycle cost more than a motorbike?!” I set out to speak to some independent experts about why the big brand bikes are so expensive – and received someContinue reading “Why are so many 2020 bicycles more expensive than motorbikes?”
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It seems that brands are constantly looking to pile on the frame stiffness, whilst reducing drag and weight – and simultaneously adding compliance. But do you really want a stiffer frame? Read more about it here
Mass produced frames aren’t perfect – if they were to be perfect, they’d be a lot more expensive. But are these imperfections affecting riders? Are they so bad that we need to take matters into our own hands and have bikes tidied up and ‘finished’ after purchase? Probably not – but if you’ve got aContinue reading “Frame facing (and is the industry churning out rubbish bikes)?”
Are gravel bikes a bit of a silly fad? Maybe. Quite a fun one though. My thoughts on the gravel bike vs hardtail debate here.
Before cycling accepts us? Thankfully, this piece is largely redundant now – since a women’s Paris Roubaix has finally arrived. But the point still remains. See it here.