Morvélo – from humble beginnings to big successes

In the course of a decade, Morvélo has gone from operating out of the corner of a friend’s office to being one of Britain’s brightest cycle clothing brands. We look at how the Brighton-based design gurus have achieved their success.…

Specialized overhaul their helmet range for 2019

All cycle helmets are created equal, right? For 2019 Specialized has had a complete and drastic overhaul to it’s entire range of cycle helmets. Not so much to change the appearance of the head gear but to add some crucial new safety features. Features that should not only reduce the impact of a crash but could also help in locating you in the event of an emergency when out on a solo ride.…

Spring has sprung — the Classics in a nutshell

There’s a simple sign that the professional cycle racing season has started in earnest — it’s when the toughest men and women on two wheels head to Europe to compete on some of the most demanding one-day courses ever devised. These are the Spring Classics — and here is all you need to know. …

Tour Down Under – It’s time for the season to start

It's dark and cold outside, and most of us are still gamely dragging ourselves through our New Year's resolutions. On the other side of the world in the warmth and light of the Australian sun, the UCI World Tour teams are preparing to throw themselves into the season. We take a look at The Tour Down Under and what we can expect to see this January. …

The future of folding bikes is here – The Brompton Electric

If you were to ask a Brompton owner which three characteristics most distinguish their bike, it’s likely they would highlight its incredibly practicality; the almost beautiful innovation throughout its design; and its unsurpassable ride experience. So when it came to creating an electric version of this folding icon, Brompton knew exactly what areas it needed to perfect. We look at the Brompton Electric and see why it fits perfectly into the Brompton family.…

Introducing the Pinnacle Monzonite – Q&A with Matt Ischt-Barnard

Pinnacle might be best known for producing super practical hybrids, great aluminium road bikes, and some fun mud-plugging mtbs. But with the advent of the Monzonite — a British designed, retro-inspired, steel-framed, low-cost but highly-practical singlespeed road bike — Pinnacle has shown it can do a whole lot more, too. We speak to the man behind the Monzonite, Pinnacle’s Matt Ischt-Barnard about how this exciting new addition to the range came to be.…

Gym v bike: a one-sided battle?

We look at six fun reasons why cycle commuting is better for your health, cheaper, more interesting, more fun and more practical than going to the gym.…

New Year’s Resolutions: Ride 2019 miles (or more) in 2019

Once the presents have been opened and the mince pies have been eaten, the telly schedule is starting to get a little threadbare and a return to work is on the horizon, there is still once last big event of the holiday season to observe: New Year’s Eve and the making of resolutions. We think we’ve come up with a more interesting and fun way to make sure 2019 is your best year of cycling ever.…

Kalf launch new winter range

The onset of Winter might mean colder and darker days, but that shouldn’t stop us enjoying riding our bikes as long as we have the right kit to combat the elements. Kalf’s new autumn/winter 2018 range is highly functional, protecting you from the cold and damp. It takes its colour inspiration from the best of autumn – bright golds and deep reds that will make sure you not only feel great on the bike, you’ll also turn some admiring heads whilst you’re out. We look at the new range available to buy exclusively at Evans Cycles.…

Banish the winter blues with Evans Cycles Black Friday

All those other retailers may have their Black Friday deals but can they match the variety of savings as Evans Cycles’s ‘Black Friday’ bonanza? Here, we look at the history of Black Friday - both the good and the painful - and highlight some of the deals coming your way courtesy of Evans Cycles. …