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From Tour de France to the Little 500, these cycling stories won't pull a Lance Armstrong on you.

  • Colton Greenwood
    Published 3 months ago
    What are The Perks Of Bicycle Servicing London?

    What are The Perks Of Bicycle Servicing London?

    Your bicycle is an essential part of your cycling experience. Specific parts of your bike are particularly susceptible to damage, and this can happen suddenly, especially if you don’t consider the proper safety measures in order to avoid it. That’s why acquiring the best bicycle servicing London is highly-recommended in order to ensure its reliability and dependability. If you wish to know more about bike servicing and its perks, read the succeeding paragraphs.
  • Damien Justus
    Published 3 months ago
    How You Can Take Your Biking to the Next Level
  • Michelle LeBlanc
    Published 10 months ago
    Capital City Racing Is Creating Experiences, Not Just Bicycle Races

    Capital City Racing Is Creating Experiences, Not Just Bicycle Races

    AUSTIN, TX (August 2019) Brett Kinsey had been racing since about 2008 and knew Andrew Willis of Holland Racing was interested in getting out of cyclocross. According to Brett, he “naively thought, [he could] do a race,” and started a conversation with Willis about wanting to give back to the cycling community and running the cyclocross races. Willis agreed to mentor him for the first year and Capital City Racing was born in 2012 with the Bicycle Sport Shop Six Shooter.
  • Michelle LeBlanc
    Published 10 months ago
    Longest Running Cycling Club in Austin, Texas Creates a Junior Race Team

    Longest Running Cycling Club in Austin, Texas Creates a Junior Race Team

    AUSTIN, TX (August 2019) In 2018 Violet Crown Sports Association created the Junior Race Development Program, VC’s first formal junior team, to stand alongside the existing men’s and women’s race programs. Four young men were brought into this first year to trial the program: Andres Boza (age 17—cat 3), Eli Derr (age 15—cat 4), Austin Martin (age 17—cat 4) and Alex Strong (age 17—cat 5). These juniors ranged in experience from casual bicyclist to seasoned mountain biker, road racer and triathlon specialist. Former professional cyclist Kristian House partnered with VC to provide the coaching and advice the juniors would need to reach their goals in 2019 and beyond.
  • Jordan Catto
    Published about a year ago
    The All-New Magura Cockpit Integration System

    The All-New Magura Cockpit Integration System

    Yesterday, on June 19th 2019, Facebook stirred. Countless posts, links articles, and memes started to do the rounds, showing an entirely unusual mountain bike cock-pit, void of the traditional wires and cables riders have become so accustomed to.
  • Ryan Anderton
    Published about a year ago
    Helmet Angel Helps Ryan Around Britain

    Helmet Angel Helps Ryan Around Britain

    Helmet Angel has gained a life-long fan in Ryan Anderton, of Ryan Rides Around Britain. We supplied him with our famous hearing protection shells to wear as he undertook the impressive 4,082 mile cycle around the UK’s coastline, which transformed his riding experience.
  • Jordan Catto
    Published 2 years ago
    Cycling Saved My Life—and Not How You'd Think
  • Ferguson Hunter
    Published 2 years ago
    50 Watts
  • Matthew Hutchison
    Published 2 years ago
    Geraint Thomas Wins Tour de France 2018: Why We Shouldn’t Be Surprised

    Geraint Thomas Wins Tour de France 2018: Why We Shouldn’t Be Surprised

    He may not have been considered among the top tier of pre-race favourites, but Thomas has impressed with his assured ride to grand tour greatness over the last three weeks. However, should this victory really have come as a surprise? There are a number of reasons why the Welshman’s yellow jersey win was perhaps not expected, but has certainly not come out of the blue.