Components

Continental Ultra Sport II Review

After a new set of tyres to sharpen up your road bike? The Ultra Sports II from Continental offer the usual top quality, but surprisingly affordably……

Brooks saddles at the Tour de France

There’s a well-known saying in cycling: ‘On the rivet.’ It means to be cycling at your absolute maximum, pushing yourself almost over the edge. …

On Ethics and the Cycling Industry

Recently I have been pondering a lot on the ethics of the cycling industry. …

Road Discs – Long Term Test

With the news of UCI finally introducing disc brakes for road racing from 2017, the time feels right to be joining the debate…

Once for the pros only, now available to you: Speedplay’s Zero Pavé pedals

Speedplay’s Zero Pavé pedals have been spotted on pro bikes such as Fabian Cancellara’s winning Paris-Roubaix rig as far back as 2006 but this autumn they finally became available to the public.…

Schwalbe’s fastest ever tyre ‘The One’ now available

After debuting aboard the wheels of Tour de France riders from Teams RadioShack Leopard Trek, AG2R and FDJ the tyre Schwalbe claim is their fastest yet is now available on our site.…

Onza review from MTB Centre Pedal Progression

Pedal Progression is a brand new mountain bike guiding and coaching company in Bristol, offering everything you need, including Norco bike hire.…

Onza Canis 29er tyre review

So after purchasing my first 29er bike (Stumpjumper comp carbon HT) I went on the hunt for some tyres with a bit more UK friendly grip than the standard SP Renagades.…

British-made FW Evans frame still rolling strong after thirty years

As the country gears up to shout three cheers to the Queen on her diamond jubilee, at Evans Cycles we’re…

Future revolutions: The Shimano story

Anyone who has ridden a bike in the last 25 years or so has almost certainly used some kit from…