A question of scooting

Reviews

Dec18
Kit Review: 2000LM Alloy CNC Bike Light from NEOS
Kit Review: 2000LM Alloy CNC Bike Light from NEOS
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Winter cycling requires lights that mean business. I put the UGOE 2000LM Alloy CNC Bike Light from NEOS Cycling to the test. When I first saw the UGOE 2000 Lumen alloy front bike light,  I wondered whether it would stand…

Oct03
Hello Autumn, hello Fierlan tights!
Hello Autumn, hello Fierlan tights!
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As the light evenings draw in, memories flicker into my mind of winter cycling, that come the summer months, are better best forgotten. But this year, I’ve got something toasty to look forward to – and it’s not just the tea…

Oct02
Review: Rev 1.5L Hydration Pack from Osprey: Tested on 60 miles of trail running.
Review: Rev 1.5L Hydration Pack from Osprey: Tested on 60 miles of trail running.
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I tested the Rev 1.5L Hydration Pack from Osprey on my first ever ultra marathon, and I liked what I found.

Sep09
Race Review: XMAN Tri the Goat
Race Review: XMAN Tri the Goat
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Xman Tri The Goat – 3.9.16 – xmanevents.com I woke on Sunday morning from an 11 hour slumber, feeling as though I’d been beaten up. Everything ached, from my legs…

Jul20
Scooting for Triathlon
Scooting for Triathlon
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This summer I’ve decided to trial including adult scooting in my triathlon training programme. A novel idea, you might say. The thing about scooting is that it makes you feel…

Jul09
Cycology: when art meets cycling
Cycology: when art meets cycling
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Meet Sarina, the creative talent behind the cycle clothing brand with a difference, Cycology. Sydney-based cyclist Sarina Tomchin has found a unique way to share her obsession for cycling, which she says is the ‘salve for her soul’. Sarina Rocking…

Mar22
SOAS: Bringing Sunshine to Bristol
SOAS: Bringing Sunshine to Bristol
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The triathlon season is almost upon us! In my first race I’ll be trying out racing in SOAS kit – made and designed in Southern California. SOAS is an American brand whose mission is to bring women in endurance sports…

Mar22
A Question of Cycling Caps
A Question of Cycling Caps
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Pondering the Peak, the Perfect Spring Cycling Accessory. Discovering cycling is fun. Discovering cycling caps is funner. Here I take a look at the history of the effortlessly cool casquette along with some nice ones on the market. I am…

Mar15
All hail the mighty Merino
All hail the mighty Merino
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Ok, no one wants to talk about winter anymore, the sun is shining in England. Winter is so last season. But I’ve learned the secret to a winter of uninterrupted cycling – I feel compelled to impart it. In the…

Mar13
100 Mile Audax: Glorious Gospel Pass
100 Mile Audax: Glorious Gospel Pass
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I love the Gospel Pass Audax. Yesterday saw the 36th edition of the 150km cycling event – one of the hardest and oldest events in the Audax UK calendar.

Feb20
Kit Review: Fierlan Thermal Jersey.
Kit Review: Fierlan Thermal Jersey.
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The Fierlan Limited Edition thermal cycling jersey has been designed to flatter women of a wide variety of shape and sizes with a royal blue and pillarbox red colour palette. Once again in true Fierlan form, I felt cosy, comfortable…

Jan23
Fierlan Winter Cycling Kit Review
Fierlan Winter Cycling Kit Review
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I love a good Audax, and good kit makes it even better. Today I put Fierlan’s winter bib tights and jacket to the test on a 100k ride in the Cotswolds. Official Audax photos by Becki Robinson Riding the same Audax…

Dec03
Why I Love Flow Yoga Bristol.
Why I Love Flow Yoga Bristol.
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Festive-party dress shopping-work-training frazzle. Enter yoga. Sigh. Once again my endeavours to kick-start a solid base phase have been thwarted, this time by Christmas party dress shopping. Luckily for me I have discovered the wonders of turbo training sessions called…

Nov18
Sean’s Goggles
Sean’s Goggles
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Recommended Goggles from the Man who Swam Britain. This is a man who should know. He is the first person to have swum from Land’s End to John O Groats, and even took a detour via Ireland. Why? To have…