Taping of The Shoe

There are simply no limitations to the lengths More Adventure leaders will go to…here, Jon tapes Vicky’s broken cycling shoe with the finest of fixes – GAFFA TAPE! If you’re…

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How to plot a cycling route – Part 1

Technology has made it very easy to plan cycling routes, with numerous plotting programs and software to choose from. There’s a huge range of specialist bike-mounted GPS systems and we…

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Isla Bikes Imagine Project

The next time you visit your local tip or recycling centre, take a note of the bicycles lay waiting to be dumped into landfill. You may find that most have…

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Keeping your bike happy over winter

It’s true…winter is on its’ way and there’s very little you can do about it. Or is there? If you’re resigned to hibernating for winter on your turbo trainer, or…

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Bike Fits – are they that important?

Bike Fits – what you need to know Written by: Tom Some would call me a bit of dinosaur when it comes to modern cycling technology, so when a friend…

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Lands End to John O’Groats Cycle – Top Tips

Lands End to John O’Groats (or the other way round) is the pinnacle of UK long-distance riding, covering the length of the country and passing through some of the finest…

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Bicycle Mechanics – what you need to know

You know that sinking feeling when you are 40 miles into a 70-miler and you hear a funny noise, your rims are touching the tarmac, or your bike just suddenly…

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My first EVER sportive and what I learnt

Riding in your first sportive can be a daunting proposition and the long list of kit, clothing and pre-ride checks can appear overwhelming. Tom, after just completing his first ever…

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