Review – One Man And His Bike by Mike Carter

Review - One Man And His Bike by Mike Carter

  One Man And His Bike A life-changing journey all the way around the coast of Britain by Mike Carter   I must confess, I didn’t pick up this book with a great degree of enthusiasm – I’ve read motorcycle-based travel books before and found some can go on long after they run out of […]

Review – The Hour: Sporting Immortality The Hard Way

The Hour- Sporting Immortality The Hard Way, by Michael Hutchinson

  The Hour Sporting Immortality The Hard Way by Michael Hutchinson   There’s an attractive simplicity to the hour record – one man, one bike, sixty minutes, away you go. As tests of human endeavour go, it couldn’t be simpler, but Michael Hutchinson’s account of his attempt is a long, long way from being an […]

Inside the Death Star…

Inside the Death Star...

Have you ever wanted to have a mooch around the much-vaunted Team Sky bus? I know I did, and thanks to Jaguar, along with some lucky competition winners, we got that very chance whilst the Death Star sat awaiting its star charges during the final stage of the Tour of Britain. For a race like […]

Wiggo & Cav’s Triumphant Homecoming – ToB Stage 8

Did you go? Were you there? In case you left the country for a couple of weeks, you would have struggled to avoid seeing that the Tour of Britain hit the streets of this great cycling nation, and even with the inevitable inclemency of the weather, it appeared to be a great success. Cycling Shorts […]

Join Cycling Shorts VeloGames Mini League Le Tour Competition

Join Cycling Shorts VeloGames Mini League Le Tour Competition

Join Cycling Shorts VeloGames Mini League Le Tour Competition The Tour de France is nearly upon us, we know you all sit by the TV egging the riders on, but now you can be a virtual Directeur Sportif by joining our Velogames Mini League. Like cycling? Like picking pretend team members based on performance guesses […]

My first Audax – the Hoarwithy 100

My first Audax – the Hoarwithy 100

Simple pleasures. Maybe it’s because I’m getting on a bit now, but some of the things I most enjoy about cycling are the simple pleasures – sunshine on your face, birds in the air, rolling green vistas, chatting on the wheel with your cycling buddies. That’s not to say that I don’t enjoy, say, a […]

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