The bank holiday weekend has inspired at least one of our partners to lay on a few deals. With that said, it seems to be only Wiggle who appear to be offering anything particularly interesting.
Many moons ago we wrote about Operation Snap. The scheme was starting to spread around the country but it was still early days. Skip forward a couple of years and it appears many of you have been busy. Between November 2017 and October 2018 GoSafe received 2,353 clips. A thousand of those ended up with … Continue reading Riding with cameras, a deep dive: Part 1: Operation Snap and Evidence Gathering…
There's nothing quite like the feeling of getting on a new bike. You go along to your local bike shop, pick out the one you want and get yourself measured up. But if you already have a bike, do you really need another?
A good bag will make your commute a whole lot easier, but pick the wrong one and you could arrive at your destination with soggy belongings; a sore back; or even find yourself having to leave things behind.
Our minds are capable of some amazing things. Not only does it keep the body functioning day to day, it can achieve great feats of ingenuity and analytical thinking. As some of you regular readers may have worked out, I have a love/hate relationship with my brain. Today is a story of a time when … Continue reading Your mind makes it real…
At a time when the UK is quietly losing its mind about a bit of snow, a bit of perspective is always helpful.
In April this year our friend Nic from Velo Adventures Cardiff took part in a 300Km off-road race from north to south Wales.
Conditions for cycling can vary wildly throughout the year, but finding equipment that covers all eventualities is an exercise in futility. This is especially true of cycling shoes, which not only vary according to the type of cleat you want to use, but in terms of the conditions they are designed for.
We're not the only ones embracing bikepacking this year. Over at CycleStuff, Simon shares his own adventure in the wilds of Mid Wales. Simon can always be relied upon for his excellent photos and this looks like it was a lot of fun. On Saturday, I headed into Powys for a micro-adventure* with two of … Continue reading Something to read: Mid-Wales Micro Adventure – by @cyclestuffblog
One of the areas we aim to explore in 2017 is bikepacking. The idea of putting a few things in a bag and heading off down the road to spend a night or three under the stars is something that appeals greatly. However, when there are no stars to see, the wind is howling and conditions … Continue reading Bothies…