The hugely popular GoPro Hero has evolved and we’re excited to tell you all about the new range of Hero3+ cameras which were unveiled today. GoPro cameras have been adopted into many sports so that we can now capture footage of everything we do – and cycling is no exception. From trails to the roads, […]

We lent out some bikes to a few guys around the company over the summer for a long termer review. From road to mountain, recreation to race, our ride squad put the bikes through their paces and after a few months have got off the saddle to write up their experiences. Simon Alexander is a […]

We lent out some bikes to a few guys around the company over the summer for a long termer review. From road to mountain, recreation to race, our ride squad put the bikes through their paces and after a few months have got off the saddle to write up their experiences. Fraser Glass is the […]

We lent out some bikes to a few guys around the company over the summer for a long termer review. From road to mountain, recreation to race, our ride squad put the bikes through their paces and after a few months have got off the saddle to write up their experiences. Mark Gregory works on […]

Reviews are often maligned within the industry, generally for being terribly generic or biased. I’ve never tried to write one before and just attempting to put some basic thoughts down it quickly became apparent why they seem so generic. It’s also resulted in a three part “first ride” review that’s taken nearly two weeks to […]

The Cateye Stealth 10 GPS Bike Computer is all about simplicity.  At £79.99, it isn’t the most high-tech product out there, but it records simple data and provides the perfect solution for someone who just wants to know: “How far, how fast, and where did I go?”   Here’s what I thought after testing out […]

Pedal Progression is a brand new mountain bike guiding and coaching company in Bristol, offering everything you need, including Norco bike hire. We’re supporting them with tyres and tubes from Onza, and member of the crew Sam has taken the time to review his offerings from our exclusive tube and tyre brand: I’ve been running the Onza Ibex and Canis […]

Here we are at blog number 3 of my investigation into the world of power training using the CycleOps PowerTap. I’ve been busy trying to use the data to work on my weaknesses (as well as doing a bit to keep my strengths strong). We’ve already established that, either through nature or nurture, I’m currently […]

I’ve been using the CycleOps Powertap wheels for about 2 weeks now – it’s shot by and I’ve been busily downloading the data from every ride and busily analysing it at every opportunity. Very sad, I know. Arguably the most important number for training with power is your ‘Functional Threshold Power’ (FTP). This is roughly the absolute maximum […]

When the nice guys at CycleOps offered to lend me a set of powertap wheels, I was seriously excited. Ask anyone who sits anywhere near me at Evans HQ – I think I was dancing around our office for several days. Why do I want to train with power? I took up cycling in 2010 […]

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