Strava Epics and Backyard exploits

The Covid-19 pandemic has completely altered our existence. Different countries have different lockdown rules, but for most, the ways we train and socialise have been radically modified. While it would be easy to focus on what we have lost, we wanted to take a look at some of the athletes around the world who have been turning the lockdown on its head and restoring our faith in humanity with their efforts in support of charities and their community.

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Escapism: Planning post-lockdown adventure

As countries across the world enter what feels like their millionth week of lockdown, right now it might feel like the only ‘adventure’ we’ll be aiming for this year is the Rapha festive 500 at Christmas. While it is important we stay safe and indoors for now, we’ve put together four types of cycling adventure for you to plan for a post-lockdown escape.

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Cycling and the 2019 season

The popularity of cycling around the world continues to increase. The Tour de France has an estimated 3.5 billion people tuning into the coverage of the race from different locations around the globe

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La Vuelta (so far)

The Tour of Spain, or La Vuelta España, is the last Grand Tour of the cycling season each year. Although some in the cycling community refer to it as the “tour of redemption” it is one of the most exciting races of the year.

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The Tour de France!

Not many cycling fanatics around the world would have predicted that Geraint Thomas would be riding on to the Champs-Elysées in Paris wearing  the yellow jersey

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What a weekend of cycling!

Cycling fans around the globe were treated to a thrilling weekend of racing from the ascent of the Zoncolan at Giro d’Italia to the muddy slopes of the XCO track in Albstadt!

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The Giro is delivering the goods!

Shucks, we love Grand Tours. Sure the spring classics and smaller world tour races during the course of the year all offer great cycling spectacles but there is something special about watching the pros battle it out over 3 weeks of flat out racing!

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The first Grand Tour of 2018 is around the corner!

It feels like yesterday that we were watching Chris Froome receive the red winners jersey at the Vuelta Espana. It was Chris’s first Vuelta title and it sure drew plenty of media attention following a questionable result in an in- competition doping test.

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