Many of you have probably heard of Yorkshire based company Fat Lad at the Back. First appearing on my radar on Dragons Den and being highly visible at trade shows it's a brand I've been interested in and followed from afar. I was helping out at a sportive last year…
Tuesday, 07 August 2018 14:11

Bolle Aeromax: Tested and Reviewed

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I've managed to get a few rides in this summer. Unlike a lot of people I actually adore the heat. I think I'm actually part lizard and out on the bike the feeling of the sum on my skin is pretty close to my idea of heaven. Of course with…
Tuesday, 07 August 2018 09:34

Craft Monument Collection: Tested and Reviewed

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There's an age old debate amongst road cyclists about sartorial elegance. Should kit match? Obviously one doesn't want to mix up colours and cause a clash thus looking a fool, but should brands be mixed? A lot of cyclists don't believe they should and I've started to come around to…
Saturday, 26 May 2018 09:48

Smith Attack Max : Tested and Reviewed

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Sunglasses are important. In one of my former incarnations as a wannabe rock singer I put my failure to make the big time down to a lack of decent shades. It had nothing to do with the rise of grunge or a lack of talent but my sunglasses. Amazingly these…
Wednesday, 04 April 2018 08:43

ASSOS legWarmer evo7 Tested and Reviewed

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Hopefully the elusive season known as "Spring" will arrive soon. You'll know when it does. The drizzle becomes slightly warmer and pink thighs and knees will be evident as far as the eye can see. Yes the British cycling male will decide it's shorts time. Europeans are bemused by the…
Sunday, 18 March 2018 12:39

Happy Bottom Bum Butter: Tested and Reviewed

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A few years ago I was writing some interactive cycling training to be rolled out country wide. I was restricted to items that this particular company sold and as I was writing the module on saddle fit and comfort, it occurred to me that for all the talk of good…
Winter isn't going yet. When we go out for a ride I reckon we still have a while of faffing about with getting layers right and wrapping up. It's an absolute pain I know but with the sportive season sneaking up on us we need to get outside and train.
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