Those of you old enough to remember the name Chris Wreghitt will be doing well to see this without your reading glasses. Wreghitt, now 60, enjoyed a star spangled career in cyclocross – including the national title in 1978 – before moving to an eventful and brilliant few years on the road. ...[Read More]
Britain’s most consistent rider in Europe of the current generation is seeking private sponsorship from January 2018. Helen Wyman’s illustrious career has seen her take World Championship podium places and multiple European Cross titles, to add to an incredible tally of British Champs stripes. ...[Read More]
Big fan of photography in general for cyclocross – and a big, BIG fan of Geoff Waugh. Geoff spent the weekend snapping at the rate of mechs-in-mud last weekend for the two races over in Belg. Great photos here. Nice one Geoff. Go look >> https://geoffwaugh.exposure.co/belgian-brace ...[Read More]
This is a beauty … we’ve all been there (or maybe just me?) “I don’t turn up at road races complaining about a lack of mud!” Poor, poor Adolf.
Well, its Cross season. I have raced my first 2 races all is going well. After the illness that wiped out my MTB season I have been eased back into my training programme by Graham. Longish road rides to build up my endurance again with a few sessions of threshold work thrown in as well. I am closely monitoring my diet and this seems to be going well. Each night i am being diligent and getting ...[Read More]
Leading children’s bike brand, Islabikes are embarking on an exciting new journey, the ‘Imagine Project’. With the Imagine Project Islabikes are developing a small range of sustainably produced bikes which will be manufactured in the UK. These will be utility ‘riding to school’ bikes that will sit alongside the current Islabikes models and will be available to customers to use on a rental-only ba ...[Read More]
A Dirty Dozen Geoff Waugh selects 12 images from his cross archive. Expect toeclips and straps to carbon frames and disc brakes… “These aren’t necessarily my best pictures or even my favourites, although one or two may come close. I wanted to display a mix of images from back in the day to modern times that go some way to catching the elements that make ‘cross so endearing and enduring. Only ...[Read More]