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The World of Cycling According to G – Geraint Thomas

Sit back or saddle up as double Olympic gold medallist and multiple world champion Geraint Thomas gives you a warts and all insight into...

One man and his bike – Mick Carter

What would happen if you were cycling to the office and just kept on pedalling? Needing a change, Mike Carter did just that. Following the...

The Loire Cycle Route – Cicerone

From the source in the Massif Central to the Atlantic coast by Mike Wells Book published by Cicerone Press Guidebook to cycling the Loire, France's longest river,...

Pedal Power – Anna Hughes

WHEN IN DOUBT, PEDAL IT OUT. A bike can be so many different things – a simple way of navigating busy city streets or enjoying...

Eat, Sleep, Cycle – Anna Hughes

  A journey of 4,030 miles through 47 counties will always prompt the question that any long-distance cycle tourist has to expect: “Why do it?” ...

Mountain Biking in Slovenia

Julian Alps - Gorenjska and Soca Valley, South, Central and North East by Rob Houghton Book published by Cicerone Press Guidebook to 35 full day and half...

A Ride In The Neon Sun: A Gaijin in Japan – Josie Dew

It's not easy landing unprepared in a country like Japan. The eccentricities of the calendar, the indecipherable postal system, not to mention the alien...

At the Edge: Riding for My Life – Danny MacAskill

'I've already had my nine lives on the bike...' Danny MacAskill lives on the edge. The cyclist is legendary for his YouTube viral videos like...

Obsessive Compulsive Cycling Disorder – Dave Barter

Obsessive Compulsive Cycling Disorder is an anthology of thirty articles written by an amateur cyclist over a period of ten years. The collection exhibits...

Life of Mamils – Martin Gatenby

When Martin Gatenby was a small boy, he saw the Tour de France on television for the first time. Like many people who have witnessed...
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