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Cycling Book Reviews. Some are Biographical about Professional Cyclists, others about Cycling and Cycle Touring. Cycling Science and Cycling Nutrition also feature.

This review was intended for this year's World Book Day, but the "Beast from the East" winter weather spoiled the timing of our plans, which were to ask for a guest review from 7 year old Lev, who is...
The Veloscenic bike route from Paris to Mont-St-Michel offers brilliant cycle touring in France, taking in some of the most famous sites including four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Official Guide has now been published. Launched in 2013, France’s Veloscenic...
What else could an autobiography by Jens Voight (“Jensie”) be called other than “Shut Up Legs”? While James Startt, an American photographer and writer based in Paris, assisted Jens Voight in the writing of the book, the style just comes...
Cycling Climbs of Scotland is the sixth in a series of eight regional books on the 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs series by Simon Warren and published by Frances Lincoln. It’s fascinating to an old cyclist how things change with time...
Hand-picked as a 15-year-old to take part in a Rabobank cycling training camp, Thomas Dekker progressed with seeming ease and rapidity through the juniors (under 18s) and in to the pro team. Fully preoccupied with cycling to the detriment of...
Petrolhead Rebuttal: "Roads Were not Built for Cars"

Petrolhead Rebuttal

Any petrolhead who is annoyed with cyclists for daring to delay them for a few seconds would be amazed to learn from Carlton Reid’s “Roads Were Not Built for Cars” that it was cyclists who campaigned for and funded...
Nutrition for Cycling - A Review of "Sport Nutrition – 2nd Edition" – written by Asker Jeukendrup and Michael Gleeson. The first chapters of this impressive book explain some of the important principles of nutrition for cycling, including definitions and...
Here's a brief excerpt from a superb new book, which we reproduce with permission from Epic Bike Rides of the World, © 2016 Lonely Planet "From May to September, over the Southern Hemisphere’s winter months, mountain bikers are permitted to ride...
With the Tour de France attracting millions of television viewers, cycling is once again in the media spotlight attracting athletes and armchair-athletes alike. USA Cycling Coach and Certified Functional Aging Specialist, Robin Robertson says many people with knee, hip,...
SIS – or Science in Sport – have a free e-book available for download, with loads of tips and advice on how to prepare for a 100km ride. While SIS is a UK based company, the e-book is focussed on...
E-bike Sales in UK set to boom

E-Bike Sales Set to Boom

E-Bike sales in the UK registered an impressive 70,000 bikes in 2018 according to the latest Mintel research. With the Ultra Low Emission Zone...
BikeFlights available at UPS

BikeFlights With UPS

BikeFlights, who provide a cycle shipping service for cyclists has just announced that it has signed a partner carrier agreement with UPS, the world’s...
Flanders Cycle Network

Flanders Cycle Network Proposed

A Flanders Cycle Network of future cycle paths and highways has been designed to make city centres, train stations, and major work hubs more accessible...
Big Pedal 2019

Big Pedal 2019

Big Pedal 2019 will see schools across the UK close their streets to cars in a bid to reduce air pollution and congestion. Schools are...
World Championships Sportive

World Championships Sportive

The Official UCI 2019 Road World Championships Sportive on 22nd September 2019 in Harrogate, Yorkshire, has just been announced. It has been 37 years...