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The new, Lighter Giant Revolt is Ready For Adventures

Giant has updated its Revolt gravel bike for 2022. The new design boasts larger tyre clearances, a lighter chassis and gets tweaked geometry for a more agile ride, alongside a…

Kask Wasabi, Camelbak MULE Commute 22, Megmeister winter kit and a skateboarding collaboration

Welcome to another edition of First Look Friday, where we bring you a round-up of the week’s biggest and most exciting stories and showcase some of the latest tech to…

Chris Boardman on COP26 Cycling’s Role in the Climate Crisis

With the lowest carbon footprint of any mode of public transport, cycling has long been touted as an effective way to meaningfully reduce carbon emissions. And with transport responsible for…

The 2021 Pro Cycling Season in Review

Joe Robinson 3 Nov 2021 A look back at the good, the bad and the ugly that the 2021 cycling season threw at us A look back at the good,…

Cycling Plus December Issue On sale now!

The latest Cycling Plus comes complete with a 28-page Science of Cycling guide packed with cutting edge innovation, training ideas and nutrition to get your 2022 season off to a…

Gallery: The Pain & The Rain of The 2021 National Hill Climb Championships

Will Jones 1 Nov 2021 Apocalyptic conditions and weight weenie bikes at the culmination of the UK hill climb season The 2021 National Hill Climb Championships took place yesterday up…

Ride London Returns for 2022

RideLondon returns for 2022 Festival of cycling to return on 29 May 2022 with a new format, new routes and a new partnership with Essex County Council. RideLondon has announced…

Trek’s all-new carbon fibre 2022 Rail gets bigger battery, slacker geometry and neater integration

Trek’s 2022 Rail 9.8 and 9.9 electric mountain bike models get an updated all-carbon frame that is mullet-ready with slacker geometry and longer reach figures, as well as a bigger…