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  • Bike Food: Gourmet Grilled Sandwiches
    Bike Food: Gourmet Grilled Sandwiches
    While on a bicycle tour last summer down the west coast, I made my favorite bicycle touring discovery: grilled bread. It might sound simple, but at the end of a long day in the saddle, a crunchy piece of bread dripping in olive oil and slightly charred is better than...
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  • Breaking away: Paul Budnitz and the quest for perfection
    Breaking away: Paul Budnitz and the quest for perfection
    Paul Budnitz blames the film Breaking Away for ruining the bike industry. Sure, the 1979 cult-classic about a teenager in Indiana obsessed with Italian bike racing inspired many to dust off their two-wheelers — but according to Budnitz, it also prompted a new obsession with drop-handlebar race bikes. Which meant...
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  • Shot from the saddle: We asked 5 pros for their top cycling photography tips and kit advice
    Shot from the saddle: We asked 5 pros for their top cycling photography tips and kit advice
    Taking photos from the saddle is a pretty popular pastime these days. With the opportunities for snap-worthy scenery that being on the bike affords the rider, and the fact that nearly all of us are riding with a pretty sweet camera holstered somewhere or other, there's never been a...
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  • 5 Road Bike Holiday Destinations to Give You The Jimmy Legs
    5 Road Bike Holiday Destinations to Give You The Jimmy Legs
    If you have to spend the night phantom pedalling, then you might as well have earned it riding luxuriously sinewy switchbacks, tapping out granny-ring gradients, and hustling the valley-floor home with only one end in sight: that of the rider in front of you. Or rather, a bed so downy...
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  • Riding RAGBRAI: The longest, largest & oldest cycling touring event in the world
    Riding RAGBRAI: The longest, largest & oldest cycling touring event in the world
    There are some places in the world that do not immediately come to mind when considering a cycling holiday. Whilst I'm sure Scotland has its charms, a headwind from hell chased with a self-inflicted Snickers overdose will always sully my opinion of what is, in many others' opinion, a fabulous...
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  • Peanut Butter and Chocolate Granola Squares
    Peanut Butter and Chocolate Granola Squares
    We all know that ride snacks are essential, even on the shortest of jaunts. Even if you’re not entirely in need of fuel, a snack is always a nice excuse for a short break. I am a big fan of homemade granola bars, as they are easy to adapt and...
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  • Yoga for Cyclists with Lexie Williamson - Session 1
    Yoga for Cyclists with Lexie Williamson - Session 1
    In this upcoming blog series we are excited to be joined by yoga for cyclists expert Lexie Williamson, who will be giving us some tips on how to use the practice of yoga to relieve tightness and speed up recovery after riding, as well as to improve on the bike...
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  • Mr Dan Fleeman On Racing, Escaping & The Art of Tranquilo
    Mr Dan Fleeman On Racing, Escaping & The Art of Tranquilo
    Dan Fleeman started out his racing career on mountain bikes at an after-school club which introduced him to riding and racing at age 11. The foot & mouth outbreak in the early 2000's pushed him onto the road - a trip to Belgium to hammer around the Kermesses soon followed: Road Racing took over...
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  • Cool Caps for Cool Cats… latest cycling cap designs from the Cinelli Art Program
    Cool Caps for Cool Cats… latest cycling cap designs from the Cinelli Art Program
    A cycling cap is a nice way to inject a bit of personality whilst out riding (as is a nonchalant banana in the pocket - the rear pocket). This is especially true when your cap is a dapper limited edition design from Cinelli’s artist collaboration project the Cinelli Art Program...
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  • Farm to Fork: Riding a Foodie Fondo in Vermont
    Farm to Fork: Riding a Foodie Fondo in Vermont
    I’m tucked low over my handlebars, riding the slipstream of the cyclist in front of me and trying to regulate my breathing when I fly past Liberty Hill Farm. The farm itself — white clapboard farmhouse with a beautifully rustic red-painted barn — is similar to many others around this...
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