[GCN] The best performing race bikes and bike manufacturers of 2016, ranked according to our very own Maths Genius’s complex algorithm. That’s right!
[road.cc] A trial run of Uber self-driving taxis has been shelved in California after one of the vehicles was filmed running a red light on the first day of the test program. Uber attributes the move to ‘human error’ while California licensing authority calls halt to trial, threatening legal action.
[Bike Radar] The festive season is here and what better way to flaunt your holiday spirit than with some garish cycling attire? Ugly holiday sweaters are a time-honored tradition, but they’re not the best choice for logging some miles to burn off Christmas calories.
[Cycling Weekly] The ways you can fiddle, fettle and fine-tune your cycling performance are almost endless, just ask Dr Hutch’s friend Bernard
In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore meets former world champion and World Hour Record holder Graeme Obree.
They talk about the film Battle Mountain, which tells the story of Obree’s attempt to set a new human-powered landspeed record, as well as his Hour Record attempts in Norway in 1993.
[Peloton Magazine] It’s day three of the 12 Days of Dig, and we have some reading material to keep you well stocked for down time.
[SBS] Hand crafted in a small workshop behind a car repair garage, and within striding distance of Madonna di Ghisallo cycling shrine in Italy; Ghisallo wooden rims are truly something special.
[Cycling Weekly] Guy Martin has been forced to abandon his attempt to set a new record for riding the entire length of Britain’s coastline due to injury.Martin pulled his Achilles tendon early on in his attempt to ride the 4,802-mile coastal route in 20 days. He was hoping to beat the current record of 22 days set by Nick Sanders in 1984.