Will we ever race in the same way again? Not a chance. It is as simple and as complex as that.
Writer and editor STEVE SMITH on why he rides a vintage steel road bike and will once again be heading to Montagu for Eroica South Africa.
Are you getting the most from your investment? You bought a new bike, you got a bike fit, either from the store or spent the extra cash on an independent bike fitter. You h...
You can fly an Eagle 1x12. Yet some remain committed to 2x11. Why?
For Patrick Roberts, the theme for most of his 56-years has been building – it’s something he cannot appear to escape from, an unavoidable destiny of sorts.
With the last week of racing in the 2017 Tour de France underway, John Wakefield digs into the numbers we have seen so far and looks at reasons why the peloton has gotten faster...
We are now into the final week of the 2017 Tour de France, with some nail-biting action under the belt. John Wakefield takes a closer look at the racing within the jersey catego...
For the month of July, the entire cycling world orbits around Le Tour. France becomes the epicentre of all that is dramatic and dark about cycling as the world’s greatest road r...
Magnanimous in victory, Minnaar’s Lenzerheide win should never be discredited by tyre issues.
The first week is over and it has been one of the most dramatic and controversial opening weeks of the Tour since I can remember. I’m not sure this will be topped, when you cons...
Light. Strong. But there are features of riding carbon wheels that are never really discussed. Let’s have a chat.
Essentially every stage is a key stage during a Grand Tour: even the rest days. But for the general classification riders the mountains and time trials are of special importance.
The 2017 Tour de France kicks off on 1 July with some exciting racing expected. We asked John Wakefield to select the riders he thinks have a chance of taking the yellow jersey...
We all say we’re going to do it. But Stephen Wiggill sacrificed his garden, so his son could have somewhere to ride.
Many know his name. Few understand his importance. But we’ll all benefit from the legacy.
XCO racing is doing what downhill never could, embracing the dropper seatpost. And the consequences could be significant.
At this year’s sani2c, a very cheap bit of kit could have made everyone a lot more recognisable in their event photos.
The advent of 29er downhill bikes has a resonance way beyond the start gate.
One of the best upgrades in MTB racing, is nearly for free. Yet demand remains low. Why?
Consider yourself a fit and committed gravity rider? There is a new tyre size you can not afford to ignore.