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Ten products I loved in 2020: Abby Mickey

Unlike my CyclingTips colleagues, you will not find below a list of tools and tech. My product consumption is mainly in clothing – I love...

Nerd Alert Podcast: The disposable bike economy

Winter is coming, and so is new winter riding gear. Nerd Alert this week kicks off with a discussion about the new Assos winter jacket th...

Rapha’s new Windproof Explore Pullover is for riding. And not riding. Maybe both?

Rapha just debuted its new Windproof Explore Pullover, straddling the line between riding gear and casual gear in a way that’s either bri...

The good, the bad, and the ugly: A Shoddy history of crazy team kit

I thought I'd put a video together that looks back, pays homage, and roasts a few kits of old. The good, the bad, and the downright offen...

What if every team kit was more like EF's Giro d'Italia outfit?

It’s safe to say that EF Pro Racing’s bonkers Giro d’Italia kit ruffled some feathers. A design collaboration between Rapha and the Londo...

Check out EF's wild Palace kit for the Giro d'Italia

EF Pro Cycling's normal kit is mostly pink. The leader's jersey at the Giro d'Italia is also pink. Something had to be done. That somethi...

Rapha reaches beyond cycling with Outdoor Voices collaboration

Everyone who was over the moon about the collaboration between Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga will be quite keen to hear about the second mo...

The Roadmap Episodes: How lockdown is shaping the future of cycling

In unprecedented times for the sport, when every race on the calendar is postponed or cancelled and WorldTour teams face extraordinary ch...

Best women’s cycling bibs round-up: four drop-tail bibs reviewed

A good pair of bib shorts is worth every penny spent, but do you need to drop $300 to find a comfortable pair of bibs? It's taken me many...

Rapha Pro Team road shoe review: Nailed it

Rapha’s new Pro Team road shoes debuted less than a year after the company’s gravel-specific Explore model, yet despite supposedly fallin...

Meet Colin Strickland, King of Kanza

From Red Hook podiums to conquering Dirty Kanza, Colin Strickland knows a thing or two about what it takes to be the best. We spoke to hi...

From the Top Podcast: Building Rapha

I'm thrilled to introduce our new podcast, From the Top. It tells the stories of the founders and personalities in the cycling industry, ...

Rapha debuts limited edition country collection honouring 1970 Belgian World Champion

Rapha is tipping its proverbial Special Edition Cap to fifty years of tradition with the launch of its new Limited Edition Country collec...

Rapha weaves new Pro Team road shoes into existence

Rapha’s range of cycling shoes has just expanded with the addition of a range-topping Pro Team road shoe. The Pro Team shoes are the prod...

Rapha debuts new, more versatile Pro Team collection

Rapha's latest Pro Team line includes new women's kit and new fits for training, racing, and racing even faster

Review: Exploring the highs and lows of the Rapha Explore gravel shoe

Rapha’s not new to cycling shoes, having entered the market way back in 2012 with the luxurious Grand Tour road shoe, followed a few year...

Tech gallery: Head to toe with the shoes and helmets of the Tour Down Under

With a few exceptions, bikes within any given team all look the same. The riders wear the same kits. Homogeneity is the goal. There is no...

Nine of the best cycling phone cases and wallets versus the zip-lock bag

The mobile phone wasn’t even a sci-fi concept when cycling jerseys and their handy pockets were created. And while the cycling jersey poc...

Rapha’s new indoor cycling gear: for epic adventures to nowhere

What do you wear when you’re on a trainer sweating away while your little Zwift avatar spins circles on the animated road ahead? Do you w...

Ten products I loved in 2019: David Everett

That's it, 2019: you're nearly over and done with. Personally, it's been a bit of an odd 12 months -- a rollercoaster, some would say. Bu...

Ten products I loved in 2019: Iain Treloar

There's a Jesu album called 'Every Day I Get Closer to the Light From Which I Came', which, as a phrase, strikes me as particularly apt f...