British rider Matt Green talks about the change of pace going from Europe to the good ol’ USA
MG Maxifuel’s Declan Byrne writes about returning to the sport after breaking his back in 2012
Always a joy to meet is Adela Carter of Hope Factory Racing who with a smile has been racing the Women’s Tour Series. This is her take on the Women’s series …
Matt Bottrill who races a Giant Trinity SL for Drag2Zero, talks us through his Top 5 Training Sessions and how he uses power as part of his training routine
The tall one, that’s the Welsh giant Rhys Howells, in Twenty3C-Focus, went to Belgium for some racing where the bike is king and Cancellera is Spartacus
Oh the joys of freezing on the bike! – report from British penguin Llewellyn Kinch racing the Grand Prix Nogent-sur-Oise UCI 1.2
Paul Burgoine travels to Belgium for a taste of the classics and doesn’t quite get what he expected on a freezing weekend where cycling is king
Scotland’s Robbie Hassan is heading back to Spain to ride for Team Ibaigane Opel after a successful stint with them in 2012
Llewellyn Kinch writes … Life in Soisson (France), my home for the next 8 months, has begun and it looks to be a great place to live.
Getting in the miles at the Cycling Holiday Spain training camp was London Paralympic Games star Helen Scott
The London Bike Show interesting as well as disappointing for the diehard cycling enthusiast Patrick Salt who has a little ramble about cycle racing in 2013
Llewellyn writes twenty thirteen looks set to be an exciting year racing-wise as I’ve got my first full-time season of racing and my best winter of training yet behind me.
One of the country’s best ever professionals, Dean Downing, looks back at six years wearing black for the same sponsors on the even of a new season with a new team
After a season in Belgium with lots of great results, Llewellyn mixes business with pleasure in the sun of Spain before he heads to France in 2013
VeloUK reader describes decision by British Cycling for Tour of Britain Tender bizarre
How bad is it getting? Is it a lack of sponsor money or organisers? Is it too challenging to promote a Premier?
Sprinter Peter Mitchell last blogged at the start of his build up to the national championships in August and since then, a lot has happened as he writes in this latest blog.
Britain’s most decorated Paralympian, Sarah Storey recalls her Golden summer and what she’s been up to since …
A legend in Paralympic sport, Sarah Storey writes about the competition at the Games and shares her account of what happened.
One of the tallest riders in the peloton and based in Belgium for two seasons as an Under 23 rider, Conor Dunne looks back at his time abroad as he prepares to return home
Paul Burgoine writes about his time in Holland at the 2012 World Road Championships
Paralympic Games legend Sarah Storey with Part 1 of her blog on London 2012
A rider who has raced in Britain as well as in Italy at pro level, David Mclean, writes Keep Racing on the Roads in Britain – please.
Llewellyn writes … September and we’re in the last full month of the season.
Shutt VR rider, Karen Poole, writes about her expereince at the World Masters races in St Johann
Adam is out of this world as he climbs on the highest through road in the whole of Europe over a landscape that looks a bit like the moon
Adam Tranter on the challenge that one cyclist says is definitely the strangest way he’s spent a holiday
Adam Tranter’s blog on day 3 of the Haute Route sportive, the toughest marathon stage that included three big climbs, Col de la Madeleine, Col du Glandon and Alpe d’Huez.
Adam Tranter, who is taking on the 780km on the back of a motorbike, which we’re fairly sure is cheating, blogs about day 2 at Haute Route.
More from the Mountivation Academy juniors and Josh Knight blogs about his Belgian exploits including a prized victory
After a season of wins and podiums in Europe, Llewellyn Kinch is on the road to becoming a better bike racer
GB Paracycling rider Mark Colbourne writes about his current training preparations going into the final phase towards London 2012 as well as his adventures off the bike.
Success for Paralympic Gold medallist Sarah Storey as she revisits the Tour of Limousin in France
Mid season break, tactical accidents, mechanicals and busting for a nature break, all part of life for Belgian based Llewellyn Kinch, full-time rider for Terra Footwear – Bicycle Line
Escentual For VioRed headed out for the Krasna Lipa tour in the north of Czech Republic with a slightly depleted squad due to illness and injury but with spirits high and legs ready to hit the roads of the race and see whether we could achieve a top ten overall and the odd podium spot [...]
Winner of the recent Johnson GP Series for her team, Matrix Fitness/Prendas, Annie Simpson recalls her race in North Yorkshire where she came away with a Bronze medal.
So close but yet so far to a Green jersey in a mountainous stage race in France for Llewellyn Kinch
Sarah Storey writes … As we fast approach the National Road Race Championships, there was time to put the training and racing from the first half of the season to the test with a double header of Time Trials on two local courses in Cheshire.
A busy weekend for paracycling champion Sarah Storey who won the latest round of the Jo Bruton Women’s National RR Series in Lancashire and also competed in the London Nocturne
Three weeks in and two weeks to go of the 2012 Halfords Tour Series and everyone who is travelling to and from each round will be greeting the weekends with open arms. It’s time to sleep and recover and for the riders, get in a few endurance miles.
Time for recovery rides, time off and a few beers and look back at mountainous stage races & mixing it with Gilbert
Larry Hickmott looks back at the first half of the Halfords Tour Series and talks to Magnus Backstedt and Dean Downing about the racing so far and what’s to come….
Larry looks back at the Halfords Tour Series visiting Oxford and two of the highlights plus photo albums from all the action ….
Barney Storey talks about that winning feeling as he wins the 2012 Tandem Championship
As an Aussie, it’s been great to see so many riders from Down Under come to Britain to race the series for British teams. Two such riders are Rico Rogers and Bernie Sulzberger …
Last night (Tuesday) saw the first of the Halfords Tour Series for 2012, in Scotland. A month on the road has begun!
The latest from Terra Footwear – Bicycle Line rider Llewellyn Kinch living the dream in Europe
Defending champion for the Bedford Two day, Sarah Storey of the Escentual For VioRed, writes about the 2012 race
Last week Llewellyn rode the Tour De La Manche in Normandy where he won a stage and was third on another and third overall. Here’s his story …
Trixi Worrack won the Gracia Orlova Queen Stage today in the Czech Republic. Here is her blog …
Llewellyn reports on three races in six days plus some Belgian phrases every cyclist should learn …
Sarah Maidment of the GB Cycles Ladies Racing Team with an excellent rider report about her expereince in the Cheshire Classic 2012
Hope Factory RT rider Adela Carter looks back at today’s Cheshire Classic women’s race from a ‘first-timers’ perspective.
Sarah writes… The closer we get to the Games the greater the interest in the athletes bidding for places and of course one of the biggest sources of interest is in the support network around the athletes.
High Wycombe CC’s Karla Boddy’s aspirations of a result in the David Peck Memorial Race (ShuttVR) Women’s Team Series halted by cramp
Double stage winner Matt Flynn’s report on the Gorey 3 Day in Ireland over Easter saw the Mountivation Junior team winning two stages, the Points jersey, holding the Yellow and 3rd in the KOM ….
Over 100 images all lovingly edited by the iPad from the first day at DoonHame where we saw two stages held plus the video from BCPremierCalendar Youtube channel.
Llewellyn Kinch, Full-Time Cyclist for Terra Footwear – Bicycle Line, an his blog about making it on the Continent
Larry Hickmott’s photo album from the final stage of the Tour of DoonHame in Scotland where it rained, the wind blew and it was almost as cold as last year …
“It really didn’t take long for me to get itchy feet again and get out on the bike after the end of the season” – Ian Field (Hargroves Cycles)