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Start Line 14.01
I found myself thinking long and hard before riding over the last week or so. During last spring’s lockdown lots of people thought cyclists were selfish for ‘putting pressure on the NHS’. This was nonsense. The act of riding a bike is not dangerous,
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Cw5000 2020 Finishers Club
Ross Duncan Elaine Scott Simon Hickman Corinne Black Giles Cudmore Alastair Flood Ali Mclean Andy Singleton Stephen Thompson Peter Harrison John Lunt Fergus Black Paul Willcox Marko Baloh Stephen Milner Lincoln Allen Dave Baxter Richard Reynolds Ian
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In Focus
Making tracks Belgian Lotte Kopecky slides into second place on the podium at the mud-infested Belgian Cyclo-cross National Championships. To be honest, we’re kind of glad she didn’t win because that means she doesn’t have to swap the striking Liv Ra
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Tech Trends For 2021
Despite everything, cycling tech hasn’t stood still over the last year, with a wide range of new products and developments having been released despite the lockdowns. As ever, there has been much of an emphasis on gravel and aero, while cassettes hav
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Time Trialling On Verge Of Step Toward Equality
The board of governing body Cycling Time Trials will meet this Sunday (17 January) to decide on whether to make prize money for men and women competing equal. The push for prize money parity comes from a group of campaigners that have amassed the sig
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Canyon Aeroad CFR Disc Di2 £8,099 | 7.19kg
Over four years in development and countless testing protocols and prototypes later, Canyon finally replaced the six-year-old Aeroad. While it still retains many of the much-admired features of the old one, there have been plenty of changes. There ar
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My View…
News editor For a sport obsessed with the passage of hundredths of a second, time trialling is bizarrely stuck in the past, at least when it comes to gender equality on prize money. It’s even more odd when you consider it’s a sport that has a lot to
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The next model up the range features a wireless 12-speed SRAM Red eTap AXS groupset, including power meter cranks. However, Canyon quotes a weight of 7.37kg, which makes it slightly heavier than the Dura-Ace Di2 version. The top model of the CF range
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Hill-climb Champ: ‘I Just Ride On Feel’
Reigning hill-climb champion Bithja Jones has revealed that she has spent much of the last year training for the National Championships with no heart rate monitor or power meter, just riding on feel. Jones won the hill-climb title last year with a ne
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Get Inspired To Ride
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Froome ‘rejuvenated’ at Israel Start-Up Nation
Chris Froome says changing teams feels “rejuvenating” and likened his long tenure at Ineos to “copy and pasting year after year,” as he embarks on his first season with Israel Start-Up Nation (ISN). The four-time Tour de France winner left Ineos Gren
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Old Winter Training Tricks Made New
Modern training is a sophisticated process for world-class cyclists. Peak performance doesn’t just happen, it takes planning, built on a firm foundation of knowledge. Winter is a key part of that plan. Before the end of each road season, team trainin
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Ewan: ‘Returning To Racing Could Be Difficult For Groenewegen’
Caleb Ewan believes that sprinting “may never be business as usual again” for Dylan Groenewegen when the Dutch sprinter returns to racing in May, with Ewan adding that he would personally find rejoining the peloton difficult. Jumbo-Visma sprinter Gro
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Reg’s Revenge
Reg Harris is a British cycling legend, an Olympic medallist and was track sprint world champion four times during the 1940s and 1950s. His advice on fitness sold periodicals all over the world. Harris’s golden training rule, one he imparted to all w
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It almost seems pointless me writing this here, as the audience this is intended for isn’t bike riders but vehicle drivers. I just need a place to vent my anger – after all, a problem shared is a problem halved and I’m sure that every reader here wil
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Boardman’s Soggy Spirit-sapper
“Include the craziest winter training idea you’ve ever heard of,” suggested CW’s fitness editor when he commissioned this piece. But there were too many to choose from! Epic rides, pro cyclists wearing weighted diver’s belts, others running around sa
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The Hub
Marc Hirschi has signed for UAE Team Emirates after Team DSM (formerly Sunweb) terminated the rider’s contract last week. The 22-year-old Swiss rider has signed a three-year contract and has joined up with his new team-mates at their pre-season train
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Broken femur? Hey-ho!
It was February 2019, and a decent cyclo-cross season had boosted my confidence for the road season ahead. With a new bike and new coach, I was aiming to gain my secondcat licence while also targeting the BC National Masters road race and circuit cha
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What Is Your Approach To Turbo Training?
■ I tend to follow structured plans and have seen improvements. But a friend, new to Zwift, just smashes every session and he’s making big improvements too. So I guess that it’s horses for courses! Andy Singleton ■ Can it be both? When I have a sessi
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Fitness Hub
T.J. Waterfall’s Waterfall says: Classic Italian starter bruschetta consists of grilled bread rubbed with garlic and topped with oil and just about anything – below is my favourite broad bean and mint mixture. The resulting quick lunch is high in pro
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Campagnolo Stops Direct Online Sales To The UK
I’m backing British – now where’s that Cyclo gears catalogue? What, not produced for 50 years? And made of the finest pressed steel too! Nick Senechel Chicken Cyclekit continues to distribute Campagnolo without disruption, this includes the e-commerc
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CW Club 10 Tt Huub Powered!
The first Club 10 of the new year meant it was time to find out who was optimally fuelled on leftover turkey and mince pies, and who had perhaps slightly overdone it. Thankfully for the latter cohort, there were few inclines to contend with – the 6 J
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Kudos To Carthy For His Vuelta Stage Victory
Your article in the 17 December issue of Cycling Weekly regarding the Male Rider of the Year, failed to give credit to a British rider who shook up the professional peloton by winning the toughest stage in any Grand Tour. I am, of course, referring t
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How To… Predict Things
Prediction is a staple of discussing things that haven’t happened yet. Prediction has the huge advantage that it is unrestricted by facts (albeit a characteristic that is becoming less distinctive by the week) which means that complete ignorance is n
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Cycling Weekly
Editor: Simon Richardson News and features editor: Vern Pitt Tech editor: Michelle Arthurs-Brennan Fitness editor: David Bradford Writer: James Shrubsall Tech writers: Simon Smythe, Hannah Bussey Group chief sub editor: Daniel Thomas Chief sub editor
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Dr Hutch
I’ve become so used to riding alone over the last year that a while back when I overtook my friend Bernard one afternoon, I didn’t even notice it was him. I’d have thought that his knock-kneed silhouette would be hard to drive out of my memory, but a
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Cyclo-cross World Champs 20 February, 1983
Riders from the pro race scramble around the course in Birmingham in a desperate and futile pursuit of eventual winner Roland Liboton of Belgium. At the bottom of the hill is, we believe, Frenchman Marc Madiot (blue jersey, no hat) who would go on to
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A Test For The Best
The list of past winners of the Archer Grand Prix reads like a who’s who of British domestic racing over the second half of the 20th century into the dawn of the 21st. Hugh Porter, Paul Sherwen, Paul Curran, Chris Walker, Roger Hammond, the list goes
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Cycling 5 July, 1944
Is there a decade that goes by when some major work isn’t going on at Herne Hill Velodrome in South London? This week’s issue features pictures from the resurfacing work that had been delayed for some unknown reason. In his ‘Out and About’ column, wr
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