New Years Day is always big milestone in our lives and we have a tendency to come up with all sort of new year’s resolutions. Some people promise to quit smoking, others commit to read more books and most of us cyclists, well, we pledge that we will ride more, ride further, ride harder and […]

With the all-new 2012 Suplest Supzero range set to arrive into the Evans warehouse at the end of Feb and having just got our hands on a sample set we thought it’d be a good idea to give you the lowdown on what’s new from the small, fresh Swiss shoe brand for 2012. We’ve also […]

This month’s customer review was written by Jonathan McNamara on the Specialized S-Works Prevail 2011 Helmet, and as usual, he is entitled to the £250 voucher. I have a real issue with helmets – I am not a fan of how I look in one and above and beyond everything else, I have what I can […]

New Year’s Day not only signals the first day of the year but the riders are also allowed to start using their 2012 team’s gear. There were quite a few exciting transfers with HTC-Highroad folding and Geox going bankrupt and we tried to gather all as many new jerseys as possible. Did we leave out […]

In our ongoing mission to get more customers trying and rating product, this year we are providing a selection of bikes to be reviewed over time. Here Kelvin Hamilton tells us about his first impressions of the Jamis Bossanova Touring bike: The bike has had nearly a year of hard use, through salt and slush and rain […]

Our first drop of Morvélo clothing has just arrived and we are all excited by the range, so much so, a rota of who’s wearing what on each day is being written up for the Evans office HQ to avoid embarrassing doubling up… To some of you Morvélo clothing will already be a staple wardrobe item, […]

In our ongoing mission to get more customers trying and rating product, this year we are providing a selection of bikes to be reviewed over time. Here David Harmes shares with us his impressions of this Fuji Team 2.0 road bike: The end of July marked six months with the Fuji, and I’ve ridden over […]

Essentials Distances:       77 km / 162 km Participants:    300 (Entry available on the day) Start:               Airville School, Skipton, BD23 1UQ Cost:                £30 (£5 of which going to Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research) Transport:        Parking on-site Skipton Station 1km Feedstops:      2 / 3 Timed:             Yes (Ankle tag system) Signs:              Clear Black Arrows on a pink background […]

Guest blogger Liam FitzPatrick (49) rode PBP for the second time this year. He normally rides with the Willesden Cycling club and mostly takes parts in Audaxes. Paris- Brest-Paris is an epic ride – not just for the 5,000 or so cyclists who do the 1,200 Km, but also for the hundreds of thousands of […]

So. Qualifying rides completed. PBP entered. Eurotunnel and hotels booked. Lists made. Bags packed. Bags unpacked. Packed again. Lights, computers, spare kit, bulbs, batteries, tools, tubes, pump, puncture patches. What have I forgotten? Getting ready for the longest audax that I’d ever attempted was an absorbing task. I read every article I could find and […]

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