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Quick Road Bike Build Guide – Part 6 – Saddle & Finished Bike

In the final part of our bike build guide Richard puts the finishing touches to the bike before giving it a spin. [youtube=...

Quick Road Bike Build Guide – Part 4 – Shimano Di2 Wiring & Battery

In the third part of our bike build guide we will wire up the Shimano Di2 and install the battery.  [youtube=...

Quick Road Bike Build Guide – Part 5 – Drivetrain & Pedals

In the fifth part of our bike build guide Richard Soh installs the drivetrain and pedals.  [youtube=...

Quick Road Bike Build Guide – Part 3 – Brake & Shimano Di2 Groupset

In the third part of our bike build guide Richard shows how to install the brakes and the Shimano Di2 Groupset.  [youtube=...

Quick Road Bike Build Guide – Part 2 – Vision Rim Installation

In the second part of our bike build guide we install the vision rim.  [youtube=...

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Holly Seear – Favourite Ride – The Shipwrights Way

I only discovered this route this year. It is a 50 mile route originally used by Tudor shipbuilders to transport wood from Alice Holt Forest in North Hampshire to the Portsmouth Dockyards. It is suitable for mountain bikes, cyclocross bikes or hybrids with off road...

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Jon Carver – Favourite Ride – Four Counties Ride

With no particular place to go... Sometimes, your favourite rides just happen out of the blue. I don't normally go in for favourites as I don't like that kind of rigidity. This route though, that came out of a rough idea of where to go coloured with, "If I turn here,...

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I’m with the residents! – Velo Birmingham…

The tale of a train wreck  Which residents? The NIMBY residents. The ones who say “cyclists - YES 15,000 cyclists - NO!” such were the placards alongside the roads in many lovely Worcestershire villages on the 24th of September. The day I finally decided...

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Book Review – Wild Cycling by Chris Sidwells

Wild Cycling A pocket guide to 50 great rides off the beaten track in Britain by Chris Sidwell A. Reviewer: Nichiless Dey. European Cycling correspondent, physics teacher and cyclist of little renown! i. For Anna ‘The Boss’ Magrath: CyclingShorts.cc (as,...

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