Many of you may already know that the third edition of the Trans-Provence is set to take place this September. Today, however, we can report that due to a couple of injuries, 2 spots in the limited sized field (55) have recently become available. As our very own Matt reported in Issue 62, Trans-Provence is […]
As well as the rise of big wheeled mountain bikes, it’s become obvious from wandering around this year’s show that many think that the future for the non-sport cyclist could lie in the electric bike – and more specifically, pedal assisted electric systems. Matt and Jon took advantage of the outdoor demo day to take […]
A short Midweek Movies this week as we figure that, like us, once you’re done absorbing all the Eurobike coverage you’ll be ready to de-squarize your eyes by actually riding bikes. So here’s something completely different: a short film by Joe Sheffer & Alistair Humphries of their end-to-end of Shetland. On Bromptons, with the aid […]
New bouncy bikes debut from Ragley, with mismatched travel across the range plus a big wheeled variant..
Greetings from Eurobike! Jon, Matt and Chipps (that’s me) are over at Eurobike for the week, seeing what’s new for 2012. The first day was the Demo Day, so we got to spend it outdoors, in the actual sunshine. Wednesday to Saturday we’ll be back indoors so we made the most of it. Seth’s Haircut […]
As four-fifths of the editorial team are away at Eurobike this week, we’re taking the opportunity to have a good clear out and tidy up in the office. Here’s a news story which fell down the back of the digital sofa but which we still think you might be interested in; we certainly were, not […]
Fresh Goods is postponed this week due to too many new bikes being launched! How’s this one for ya?
Faye Sanders reports back from the Rose Bikes launch, in the mountains, in the sunshine…