Month: July 2021

Rider Interview: The Olympic road events are over, but the action has moved over to the Tokyo velodrome. British rider, Joss Lowden, is on Team GB and recently set a new (unofficial) hour record. Ed Hood caught up with her in Tokyo. We all know that the Men’s World Hour Record Holder is Victor Campenaerts
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A new partnership between clothing maker Velocio with the repair workshops of Apidura and What Happened Outdoors makes cycling kit more sustainable for European customers. Expanding their free repair service globally, while keeping the actual mending work local, Velocio extends the lifespan of their products, now in the US, Canada, EU & UK. As a
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Race Preview: Tour de France, Olympic Games… Next up – The Clásica San Sebastián this Saturday. The Spanish, okay the Basque Donostiako Klasikoa, race leads us nicely into next month’s final Grand Tour, la Vuelta a España. But it is no prologue and is a hard fought WorldTour Classic with a strong history. Ed Hood
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Have you ever wondered what a professional cyclist does to compete at the highest level against the best in the world? Or have you wondered what things you should be considering when you prepare for your big events? Canada’s Michael Woods left the Tour early to prepare for Tokyo Introduction With the Olympic games coming
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