Great to be featured in ProViz’s coolest cycling tech!
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As those of you who have been following his progress will know, (Team Orb’s) Rob Gardiner is currently attempting to break the record for the most countries cycled through in 7 days. I caught up with him just after dinner, … Read the rest
Here’s a preview of Liam’s review of The Orb in Not in the Peloton. If you want to get to the part where he concludes it’s ugly (but ultimately good) check out the full article at: https://www.notinthepeloton.com/theorb-review
The Orb hit the press in the London Evening Standard after correspondent Katie Strick road-tested it on the dark and wet roads of London. Some highlights for you below, but you can check out the full article at: https://www.standard.co.uk/tech/winter-cycling-kit-light-a3984211.html
As the festive period subsides and the threat of gout with it, it’s time to reflect, eat vegetables, and think about organising your life for the New Year. But first off, you’re going to have to purge some of the … Read the rest
First, a couple of disclaimers… Starting with the fact that this list doesn’t contain 12 things. I got to 11 and gave up.
Second, this is not really a list of 12 things you should actually buy anyone else. It’s … Read the rest
I was recently given a copy of the July edition of Procycling magazine which focused, heavily and (with retrospect) hilariously, on predictions for this year’s Tour de France. Of three journalists’ “expert opinions”, two bet on a podium topped by … Read the rest
With the Transcontinental having just finished, and the inaugural Silk Road Mountain Race just begun, bikepacking has never been sexier than it is at the moment. So in order to restore some balance to the force, I had planned to … Read the rest
As you probably saw, Wales won at cycling last weekend.
Geraint Thomas, one of Team Sky’s GC riders, finished first in the Tour de France to universal acclaim. Only it wasn’t universal. The majority of the French media had spent … Read the rest