So begins our yearly photo competition. Usual rules apply please comment below for your vote stating number and name. 1. Mid-summer on Wandle Trail 2. Rob's Place 3. Autoire 4. Climbing the Galibier 5. Sunset over Winchelsea Town 6. Charlie's 90th 7. Ring of Kerry 8. Tank Dug up at Denbies 9. Lake Eildon 10. [...]
The race of truth!! Time trialling has been called the race of truth because the idea is that competitors cover a prescribed course often of a set distance, say 10 or 25 miles or longer, riding solo, without assistance from taking shelter from other riders – or anything else. Further, in the UK, where time [...]
Clarencourt footage from 1963 including the Chessington to Brighton and the hillclimb on Ranmore. Mick Ayliffe, Norman Luhr, Mick O'Brien all feature. More to follow. The picture shows Pat Lacey's legs, Bob Conrad and Mick O'Brien at the finish of the Chessington to Brighton.
The Bike It needs to fit you, to be safe and easy to ride. Adjust your saddle height so that with the ball of your foot on the pedal and your leg fully extended there is a slight bend behind the knee. Saddle too high=sore bottom. Saddle too low and you’re not getting the benefit [...]