Many of us remember our first bike fondly. While it might be a stretch to say that one well selected bike will turn fledging peddlers into lifelong cyclists, getting it right first time can certainly make the difference between a positive early experience, and a negative one. How have children’s bikes changed? Firstly – adults’ […]

It’s been over two years now since Garmin┬áreleased the famous Garmin Edge 500 and 800 GPS bike navigation units. They’ve become huge successes and the emergence of Strava definitely gave them another push. When it comes to gadgets, two and a half years is quite long period between old and new models, but all good […]

Being tasked to review three cameras is the sort of thing that makes working at Evans a bit different from the average desk job. Indeed, soon after taking delivery of the Contour +2, the GoPro Hero3 Silver and the Veho Muvi HD10 my desk was buried under all manner of mounts and the entire department […]

When I was asked to review the CycleOps Magneto I was a little apprehensive. My only previous experience with any kind of ride at home training equipment ended up with me falling off the bike within 30 seconds. Apparently though, what I was riding on was a set of rollers and not a turbo trainer […]

I never notice when I get texts and emails on my phone so yesterday probably my guardian angel put my phone right in front of my during dinner when James texted me and a colleague of mine, that whoever text him back first, got to go to see the morning program at the velodrome on […]

It all started with an open letter by Jemma Leahy, in which she made fair points on the under-representation of women in our catalogues. We invited to Jemma our head office and she gave us some useful feedback about our catalogue. We asked her to test ride the all new Pinnacle Californium bike for us. […]

It’s only a matter of hours and the Olympics Games kick off with one of the most anticipated (at least in cycling circles) principles: the road cycling. The race is going to be the pinnacle of the season, both in terms of its length (over 250 km) and it how fierce the battle will be […]

Guest blogger and Eurosport commentator David Harmon’s preview of the 99th Tour de France Richard Allchin is a bit of a rough diamond. A rock & roll manager turned mentor to cyclists he rediscovered his schoolboy passion for the bicycle when he realised that the hedonistic life of rock was killing him slowly but surely. […]

May was a varied month with a lot of rain and a lot of sunshine. Here is a quick recap what has happened in May: Tracy Moseley came to our West End store to talk about her career A very exciting Giro d’Italia took place in the better part of the month, having the first-ever […]

This post will start on a slightly personal note because it is about my baby, the book I published about the 2011/2012 cyclocross season. Beside working on the social media side of the business, I have spent my weekends from October until February travelling to all the major cyclocross races, which meant Belgium 90% of […]

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