• Sun. Aug 14th, 2022
Warminsterwobble – Bike decals, La Course en Tête and so much crime literature this week’s kit and content highlights from the Cyclist team. Happy Friday once again! The weeks are flying by aren’t they? Here at Cyclist we’ve taken a look at the effect ultracycling has on your body and talked to Britain’s most successful paralympian, Dame Sarah Storey. Emma Cole rustled up some truly obscure beats for the fourth installment of our indoor training playlist series, Rapha launched a three grand coffee machine and Adidas added a very originally named indoor cycling shoe to its range. Films have been a current theme this week too, from five minutes on the construction of a Time carbon frame to Lachlan Morton and Kenneth Karaya taking on Cape Epic – one of the toughest mountain bike races – and Shimano’s documentary on Mark Beaumont winning the UK’s hardest endurance race too. Are you thinking of tackling the Rapha Festive 500 this holiday season? We’ve got a comprehensive guide to taking on the challenge, which can now be completed indoors as well as outside on the road. Also Visit :

Flandria Bikes Name Decals

Flandria Bikes has created a new website for the production of its decals, extending its clientele from professional teams. Initially created to help team mechanics distinguish bikes, the decals are great for anything you wish to stamp your authority on. Bikes, helmets, even your fridge if needs be. Their vinyl combines with permanent and waterproof adhesive that can still be easily removed. On the Decal Designer™, you can select a range of options such as your flag type, font style and background colour. Here’s what mine looks like on my Specialized below. There’s also free shipping worldwide, so get yours in time for Christmas.

La Course en Tête: Racing in the Time of Super Teams

The newest edition of pro race season review La Course en Tête is out, bringing with it a review of another cycling year impacted by the pandemic. Unlikely comeback stories, drama and controversy line its pages, ready to be recapped as we prepare for another, quite possibly just as crazy, season. William Fotheringham reflects on comparisons between Team Sky’s dominance and that of the Dutch women’s national team, star studded with names such as Anna van der Breggen, Annemiek van Vleuten, Chantel van den Broek-Blaak and Marianne Vos. If you look closely, you can also see my name too! I don’t have a chapter in this book, but I did write an article for the Course en Tête website, describing each stage of the Giro d’Italia through Italian words of the day. It’s a language that I’m still trying to learn fluently. Only 1,000 copies of the book have been printed with shipping only applicable to the UK and Ireland (thanks, Brexit.)

What We’re Into This Week

I’m ridiculously obsessed with crime, mystery, thriller-type books. Recently I’ve been binge-reading – if that’s a phrase – my latest reads in one to two days. I’m not sure whether that’s an achievement or a cry for help. Extending my collection past one of my favourite writers in Sebastian Fitzek, I’ve thrown myself head first into a new wave of various authors that mostly come from the £5 section at Sainsburys. Since my last In the Drops I absorbed Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh, where the serial killer is on the jury as opposed to being the one on trial, The Dinner Guest by B.P. Walter in which only three out of four people make it out of a dinner alive, The Woman on the Pier also by B.P. Walter and The Silent Patient from Alex Michaelides. I just finished A.J. Finn’s The Woman in the Window. This thriller centres on Anna Fox, who spends her days trapped inside, drinking wine and spying on her neighbours. I feel slightly attacked. One night she witnesses a horrific crime, but it’s not clear if this even happened or was simply a figment of her imagination. My next is Every Last Secret from A.R. Torre – a women’s infatuation with her neighbour’s husband turns deadly. Hopefully this one isn’t relatable… So let me know your newest reads on Twitter and we can get a little book club going. We don’t have to be in possession of the same one, I just love knowing what interests other people in literature. Right – I’m off to finish my book. Be on your best (worst) behaviour over the Christmas period everyone and I’ll see you soon. Follow us here to : SlotVoyager24 | Slot Online Terbaik JAGO77 | Situs Judi Slot Online Terpercaya

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