Soldier Canyon Check

1/22/2021 0 Comments With recent rain, I wanted to make sure there would not be a problem with too much water flow for Saturday’s hike through Soldier Canyon. Although our region didn’t get much rain, the mountains always receive more so may as well check it out. Dry but snow melt at higher elevations or […]

Rondo RUUT AL1

The Rondo RUUT AL1 is a gravel bike that offers adjustable geometry via a TwinTip system built into the fork. The adjustments are subtle, but whatever the setting the RUUT is masses of fun to ride – though it doesn’t stack up for spec against its competition. [embedded content] The RUUT AL1 is a great looking […]

“There’ll be a film about it”: Mark Cavendish tips Fabio Jakobsen for fairy-tale comeback + more on the live blog

Dan joined as live blog editor last year. He has previously written about various sports including football and boxing for the Daily Express and covered the weird and wonderful world of non-league football for The Non-League Paper. Part of the generation inspired by the 2012 Olympics, Dan has been a keen cyclist ever since and spends his weekends […]

Koo Spectro sunglasses

The Koo Spectro sunglasses are striking to look at, the lenses offer great clarity, and fogging is minimal. They come at a price but are impressive nonetheless. In my eyes (over my eyes?), the Spectro glasses are very good looking, but glasses are not simply for show – performance should be the key factor. I’m happy […]

Cyclist “seriously concussed” avoiding vehicle on Kensington High Street – where council recently tore out protected cycle lane

A cyclist was left “seriously concussed” today after coming off their bike today when they had to swerve to avoid a motor vehicle but in doing so hit another one on London’s Kensington High Street – where the council last month tore out a protected cycle lane. We understand that the incident happened towards the western boundary […]

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