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Jersey sponsors unveiled for Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race

Aunt Bessie’s unveiled as sponsor of Queen of the Sprint jersey Flybe and Doncaster Sheffield Airport unveiled as co-sponsors of the Team Classification jersey Aunt Bessie’s has been announced as the sponsor of the Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race. The two-year deal will see Aunt Bessie’s secure exclusive rights of the race’s coveted Queen […]

MuleBar Tour of Northumberland 2016 | Stage Two Women's Podium

MuleBar Tour of Northumberland 2016 Gallery & Race Report

  A cracking start on Easter Sunday for Fusion RT Fierlan’s Angela Hibbs at the MuleBar Tour of Northumberland 2016 Two Day event. Sprinting up-to the line after a gruelling seventy-seven kilometre Circuit of Whalton four lap race. Angela had timed her effort to perfection to clinch the stage victory over Podium Ambition Pro Cycling […]

Tour De Yorkshire 2015 | Selby to York - Stage 2

Men’s & Women’s Teams Announced for 2016 Tour de Yorkshire

With a little more than a month to go before the 2016 Tour de Yorkshire, organisers have unveiled the 18 men’s teams and 14 women’s teams which will compete in the race. The teams were unveiled by Welcome to Yorkshire’s Sir Gary Verity and A.S.O’s Christian Prudhomme at the UK’s largest tourism conference, Y16, in […]

British Cycling National Road Race Championships 2015

World Champion Lizzie Armitstead to ride Asda Women’s Tour de Yorkshire

Asda unveiled as the title sponsor of the hugely expanded event There will be full TV coverage of the race Organisers have secured a prize fund of over £50,000 (€63,623), making this the most lucrative race in the world UCI ranking means a mix of international and domestic teams will compete   Yorkshire’s own World […]

ICON Light

ICON Intelligent Lights Review

Intelligent Lights Established in 2013, a Northern-Irish based start up company called See.Sense, Kickstarter funded ICON intelligent lights. I tested the rear ICON light which has two 95 lumen CREE LEDs and retails at £64.99. The box contained 2 x rubber mounts, USB cable, the light and a simple, clear user guide. The set of […]

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