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Going Dutch - road cycling in the Netherlands

Cycling Holland Training Winter

Going Dutch - road cycling in the Netherlands

I've been spending a lot of time in the Netherlands this year and taking my bike with me on most trips. Even though I'm usually only there for a few days it's been worth the hassle and expense because it's such a pleasure riding there.

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Cycling in the Algarve

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Cycling in the Algarve

I just got back from a couple of weeks in the Algarve, Portugal with my family. I took my bike, of course, and managed to sneak out most days for ride of between 40 and 120km. The weather in the Algarve in April is like a nice day in July in England. So, somewhere between 20 and 30 degrees and perfect for cycling. The smell of the pine trees in the sunshine is amazing. We flew EasyJet from Luton to Faro which when booked in advance is inexpensive and fortunately went without a hitch. We were based near Lagos for...

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The Bi-Cingles du Mont Ventoux, an epic ride for an epic place

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The Bi-Cingles du Mont Ventoux, an epic ride for an epic place

I’ve been lucky enough to do some great things on a bike and cycling has fundamentally changed my life for the better. Mont Ventoux is where it all started for me…

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ShuttVR clothe Le Mans Drivers for Endurance Challenge

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ShuttVR clothe Le Mans Drivers for Endurance Challenge

British racing drivers, Darren Turner and Peter Dumbreck, will leave behind the familiar surroundings of the Aston Martin Vantage GTE cockpit this August and hit the road on bicycles for a new endurance challenge, all in the name of charity. Peter (left) and Darren squeeze in some training during the Le Mans Test The long-time friends will set off from Land’s End on 9 August and ride the full length of England and Scotland before arriving at John O’Groats, just over a week later after cycling 950 miles. As both Peter and Darren’s children were born at the Horton Maternity...

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