Infrastructure firm are trialling e-cargo bikes to deliver tools and equipment

When infrastructure firm FM Conway were looking to transport building materials around London in a more eco-friendly way, Senior Contract Manager Adam Barnes admitted he was “a little bit hesitant” about electric cargo bikes at first… but after a few practice laps on the front-loading machines capable of carrying loads of up to 250kg, he was convinced.  8 of […]

Updated: “Racism is unacceptable” – Trek-Segafredo reacts to rider’s pro-Trump tweet

Trek-Segafredo’s reaction to Quinn Simmons’ comments finally landed late Wednesday evening UK time, and he has been stood down from racing. Here is the statement. See our initial article below. Trek-Segafredo response to public comments made by Quinn Simmons pic.twitter.com/ygqYjy8FWz — Trek-Segafredo (@TrekSegafredo) September 30, 2020 “Racism is unacceptable. Period.” That was the reaction this evening of […]

NoPinz unveils indoor training specific SubZero kit with active core temperature-cooling technology

Devon-based cycle wear brand NoPinz has just released details of what they are claiming is the “world’s first indoor cycling kit that actively cools core temperature.” The range is aimed at keen indoor trainers and racers who want to maximise their performance, be that during interval sessions or while in a virtual race. The garments […]

Silca Mattone Seat Pack

The Silca Mattone is a compact, tidy-looking bag that absolutely doesn’t budge once snugged up under the saddle. I’ve never been one to adhere to the controversial Rule #29 (‘No European posterior man-satchels’) for the very good reason that they are extremely useful. Finding one that is the right size, fits securely, looks really good […]

Amstel Gold Race cancelled as Netherlands tightens COVID-19 restrictions – will races elsewhere suffer similar fate?

The Amstel Gold Race, due to have celebrated its 55th edition a week on Sunday, has been cancelled as a result of new national safety measures introduced in the Netherlands following a rise in cases of COVID-19 making it “almost impossible” to hold the event. With a number of countries across the continent showing sharp […]

Paramedics in the Lake District trial jet suits

Paramedics operating within the Lake District have been testing Gravity Industries’ Jet Suit with apparently excellent results. Out goes walking, in with jet packs, every Sci-Fi nerds dream. Using a Jet Suit from the inventor, Richard Browning, paramedics in the Lake Distract have been launching themselves up hills in a ‘groundbreaking exercise’.  “With a rapid response […]

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