If you have checked out the latest copy of Ride UK you will have seen our latest ad of Stereo Bike’s Dan Paley sending a 540 down the infamous London Bridge 10 set, which happens to be right outside our London Bridge Store! Coalition UK Team – Dan Paley from Ben Green on Vimeo. Check […]

August saw a welcome return to Triathlon with a Half Ironman at the end of the month with the Mid Sussex Triathlon Club. Racing continued in Time Trials with the Anerly BC 50, a club 14.5 Hilly and the end of season club Hill Climb. There was also more swimming, running and some Cyclo Cross […]

Results from last weekend’s Ride It! event at Great Missenden can be downloaded below – Saturday MTB Rider Times Sunday Road Sportive Rider Times - a slight technical issue with the timing system on Sunday means they’re going to take a bit longer than usual to sort out, I’ve posted a provisional set of results for […]

It’s September and I, like most other cyclists hate to admit it but the height of summer is behind us!  The days are getting shorter and the weather cooler, changeable and unpredictable – the ride into work in the morning can be 10 degrees, but the ride home in the evening more like 20 degrees! […]

This month’s customer review was written by Wil Stokes on the Royal Camo Jacket, and as usual, he is entitled to the £250 voucher. This is a thin lightweight jacket that easily fits over armour and doesn’t get too hot. The sizing is a bit out though – I’m normally a S or M, but […]

IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR SUNDAY ROAD SPORTIVE – Due to the high number of pre entries and the fact that there are a couple of other events taking place in the local area the Sunday road ride at this weekend’s Ride It! Great Missenden event is now full and there will be no on the day entries. There […]

Cyclo-cross champion and all-round outdoors type Vin Cox returned home at the start of August following a mammoth 6-month ride around the globe in a bid to break the world record for circumnavigating the planet on a bike. Safely home in Cornwall – and with some recent good news – the 34-year-old here gives an […]

Hi All. The roads have changed a bit from last year, for the worst in some cases, so I have cut out a chunk of bad road which leaves the routes about 4 miles short from advertised. There are still a few patches of gravel, but these are short stretches and not worth worrying about. […]

I was flying back to London yesterday and I thought the appropriate movie choice was Robin Hood, the new version, with Russell Crowe. I don’t know whether Robin Hood and Marion ended up in each other’s arms as the landing abruptly ended the movie, but the Robin Hood statue looked definitely familiar this morning, where […]

Looks like the tube strikes are over, well until October at least.  So, how did London and Londoners cope?  Other alternatives were found without mass chaos ensuing, and most Londoners turned to cycling.  Being an established cycling city this was business as usual for most commuters but it also opened the door for more people […]