Adjusting the headset is an easy fix and can prevent potentially serious accidents.

Some of you might have seen me out taking some shots with my new camera today. They are up now on our Flickr page which can be found on the bottom righthand side of this page. Click a picture and then look for the link through to the Leeds set. You are able to download for […]

Results from this weekend’s Ride It event can be downloaded using the links below – Saturday MTB Ride Sunday Sportive Ride

We’ve received some BrevM gear a couple of weeks ago and we asked our friends at LFGSSon Facebook if they wanted to test a BrevM wheelset. David connected us and Will Melling who kindly shared his opinion on the wheels with us below. BREV is Italian for patent. Brev Campagnolo as it says on desirable […]

I have visited the joint Transport for London and Metropolitan Police’s Cycle Task Force last year, when Inspector Graham Horwood and his team showed me what the traffic unit was up to. It was a very interesting day, indeed but a couple of weeks ago I got an invitation from Graham to spend a day […]

UPDATE. The boys have come back from setting out the MTB course and they say the trails are like concrete. But they said this last year and it rained over night turning the trails into mush!!! So, as long as it stays dry, it’s going to be a fast day An overcast day in the […]

This Saturday I was one of 500 lucky people who got an entry to the third annual Tweed Run, ‘a metropolitan bicycle ride with a bit of style’. For those that don’t know, the Tweed Run is a bike ride around central London with all the participants wearing their finest Tweed attire. It takes in […]

I’ve been out today checking out a route for a new Sportive event in the Pennines. At the moment we hold a King of the Downs event in May on the North Downs. This is basically a hard, 10 hill, 115mile route consisting of two loops of about 57 miles. The new event will be […]

Sunday saw us pay homage to what is undoubtedly the most exciting of classic cycling races: Paris-Roubaix. Each year the Rapha team organises this event in honour of ‘The Hell of the North’. We joined a 200+ group of riders around the gravé of North London – the farm tracks, gravelly roads and potholes basically, […]

The cyclo-cross bike has quite rightly so become the discerning choice for riders looking for a jack-of-all-trades bike that does a little bit of everything well – the efficiency of the full size 700c wheels combined with off-road capability (improved braking performance, mud/tyre clearance. Canal towpaths, green lanes, tarmac, and light off-road; the cyclo-cross bike […]