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Cycle Clips
Read all the latest news in the latest edition of CycleClips
August 2016
Cycle Clips
In this week's CycleClips, we launch this year's Big Bike Revival Summer of Cycling, ponder whether a love of the Tour de France might inspire us to ride more, we've got a special offer on tickets for the Cycle Show, there's a novel way to beat the traffic by bike, we're not cheesed off with Cheddar, and more.
July 2016
Cycle Clips
The Cycling UK forum is a lively place full of interesting chatter about all things cycling-related: there are sections on: Touring; Technical; Health and Fitness; Campaigning; Human Powered Vehicles; and even Health and Fitness; the Tour de France and more. You don’t need to be a member of Cycling UK to access it but you do need to register on the forum to post or answer queries.
July 2016
Cycle Clips
What a busy week - perhaps we all feel a bit like Chris Froome must have done, going for a jog in cleats up Mont Ventoux! We've been ramping up our efforts to get thousands more cycles back in use with our Big Bike Revival this week - and we need your help to spread the word. Also in CycleClips: It takes two to tandem, poke 'em off Pokemon, Withnail and us, the future of off-road access and more.
July 2016
Cycle Clips
In this issue: BBR Thunderclap; Josie Dew's flash in the pan; Keeping it real - BCQ; Mountain biking the untold British story; West Surrey CTC's dreamy ride; The Cycle Show discount; Cotswold Outdoor; Changing in Chile.
July 2016
The Big Bike Revival in action
Cycle Campaign News (CycleDigest)
Cycling UK's monthly round-up of cycle campaigning news.
July 2016
Cycle Clips
Read about all the latest news on the cycling world in this week's CycleClips
July 2016
Cycle Magazine, June / July 2016
Cycle Magazine
In this issue: Inspiring cycling - how to help get bums on bikes this summer; preview of Bike Week 2016; A Saturday in Heaven - on the pavé of Paris-Roubaix the day before the race; Saddled with Pain - saddle soreness, for some women, is the pain that dares not speak its name; entry-level tourers - £500 bikes from Ridgeback and Revolution; Whyte Coniston town-and-trail e-bike on test.
June 2016
Parliamentary Bike Ride following Bike Week 2016 launch
Cycle Campaign News (CycleDigest)
Cycling UK's monthly round-up of cycle campaigning news:
June 2016
Cycle Clips
This weekend sees the start of Cycling UK’s Triennial Veterans’ Rides for anybody aged 50 and over who would like to challenge themselves to be able to complete a 100-mile or a 100-km ride in under 12 hours. There are rides taking place all over the country between Saturday 4 June and Sunday 10 July and many are still taking entries. Some even include a free lunch!
June 2016
 
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