21 stages and 3,344 kilometers ridden later, the 102nd edition of the Tour de France has provides us with countless memorable moments. Here we picked our top ten..   by Jack Dennison 1 – Rohan Dennis rides his BMC to the yellow jersey The tour kicked off on the 4th of July but it was a […]

Possibly no other single sporting event better captures the drama, pain, joy and despair of the human condition than the Tour de France. But wherever there are people pushing themselves to the limit to beat others, wherever emotions run high, there’ll be scandals. And among sporting events, the Tour leads the way in matters of […]

As the calendar counts down ever closer to the Tour De France, you may find that you’ve always wanted to get involved but don’t know how or whom to root for or what’s even going on. You may even watch the sport but haven’t been as involved this year. Well have no fear; here we […]

In a modern western world with a media so preoccupied with pigeon-holing and stereotyping people, it may seem quite odd to some, and particularly to a non-cycling public, that hundreds of toned men compete in their garish lycra for the chance to win….. a pink jersey. It’s the Giro d’Italia, of course, and the time of the year where thinking […]

Last year I was lucky enough to catch le tour as it passed through Yorkshire. This year I was keen to go back, re-live the memories and see if the Tour de Yorkshire has the longevity to form part of the yearly cycling calendar.   by Jack Dennison   My trip began on Friday as I headed […]

Last weekend saw the opening round of the 2015 BMX Supercross World Cup in Manchester and, according to Ted Gordon, our Preston store manager, who was lucky enough to witness the action live on the Sunday, it certainly lived up to the hype. Here is what he has to say..   “Supercross events are held over two […]

After months of off-season haybail days the road racing season is emerging, bleary eyed, into 2015 with the Tour Down Under ripping through Australia. So far we’ve seen Jack Bobridge (UniSA) take the leaders jersey in stage one, and Juan Jose Lobato win the second stage sprint, with Bodbridge still in the orange of GC leader. Of course, […]

We’re working with HOY bikes to sponsor the Future Stars – a series of the Revolution track events for 15 and 16 year old riders. Previous Future Stars have included  Ian Stannard, Ben Swift and Peter Kennaugh – so being a part of the series is a good omen. Before the 2014/2015 events started, Future Stars […]

We visited Koksijde, in Belgium this weekend to soak up a little CX action at the second round of the UCI World Cup. The coastal town holds a World Cup round every year and it is a tough race, with thick sand dunes adorning the course throughout. The mens elite race was dominated by Wout Van […]

Round two of Revolution Track Cycling Series takes place at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester this Saturday, 22nd November. The coming event is set to feature Triple World Champion Sprinter, Francois Pervis, who won the Sprint and Keirin events when he raced the London edition of last year’s series, in March. The event is […]

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