Road to Rouen

  Introducing our guest blogger Gavin Peacock, who shares with us his over-night ride from Dover to Rouen…. ‘As usual I go the wrong way leaving Dieppe. This is somewhat of a tradition. I put it down to an inability to sleep on the ferry and then being kicked off it into France at 4:30am local time. I’m definitely not … Continue reading

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Are you a discerning cyclist?

Some of us take the Henry Ford approach to buying cycling clothing: any colour, as long as it doesn’t show the mud. At the other extreme, some of us know our Bianchi blue from our duck egg, are very particular about sock length, and can spot a decent merino across a crowded pub. Where do you fall on the spectrum? … Continue reading

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Caps Not Hats

There’s something about a cycling cap. With its short brim and soft construction, there’s just enough of it, and not a millimetre more. It’s perfectly in tune with cycling’s mantra of stripping down and drilling out and shaving off, and with the streamlined aesthetic of cycling clothing and equipment. (We’re not sure wearing it Euro-style – perched on top of … Continue reading

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Best of British

Well it’s very nearly our first birthday and we have seen over the last 12 months just how much cyclists love their British cycling brands. Of course not all of our brands are British, but many of our successes are. ‘Made in Britain’ has always been a short cut to quality but British brands also deliver style, tradition and often … Continue reading

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