Features

Cyclo for iPad – Issue 2 now out!

Cyclo is proud to announce that its second iPad edition is now on the (virtual) newstands with a cornucopia of all things two-wheeled to inspire and delight you. Our Olympics track guide, ahead of this year’s London Games, will help you tell your Omnium from your Keirin
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Introducing the … Sperm Bike

We’re used to seeing surprising and delightful things from our friends at Copenhagenize.com but this tops the lot. Copenhagen, long known as the coolest cycling city in the world, just got even cooler with the Sperm Bullitt; the custom-built bike delivers samples for the
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Get Ready for the Tour Down Under

January 15 to 22 is the date for your diary as the Santos Tour Down Under 2012, the traditional Australian kick-off event of the UCI WorldTour, draws near. First held in January 1999, the event has grown exponentially ever since and is now, by far, the biggest cycling race in the
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Bike Lighting: A Response

Back in September Cyclo published a feature on the often confusing legal situation regarding cycle lighting (read the original article here). In it Alex Bailey, Communications Officer for the CTC – the UK’s National Cyclists’ Organisation – offered this comment: “The long and
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Tour de World

At 3.21pm on Sunday August 1, 2010, Vin Cox, champion cyclo-cross racer, mountain biker, mountaineer and long distance trekker peddled his way, after 29,000km, into the record books by circumnavigating the world on two wheels in just 163 days, 6 hours, 58 minutes. Never one to
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Let There Be Lighting

Lights. Seems simple, doesn’t it? You put lights on your bike for two main reasons: to see and be seen. And, as most cyclists know (or at least should know) they are a legal requirement in the UK in both poor visibility and, naturally, at night. But what exactly is the
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Cycling Knee Pain

Spend enough time in the saddle and sooner or later something’s going to give. Whilst some injuries are easy to avoid – road-rash (don’t fall off), cracked skull (don’t fall off, wear a helmet) – others can creep up on you. In the first of a series of features Cyclo looks at
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Andrei Burton Interview

Andrei Burton is one of the world’s top elite trials riders. He competes for the Great Britain Cycling Team in the UCI Trials World Cup, World Championship and European Championships and runs a successful team events company showcasing a breathtaking mix of free-ride, trials and
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