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  • North by North West - Part 2
    North by North West - Part 2
      If Portland is a compact city, with everything squeezed into a bustling few blocks, then San Francisco is the polar opposite. It sprawls. It also has so so many hills. Big, steep hills. Say San Francisco and the images that spring to mind will be those unique Cable Cars...
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  • North by North West - Part 1
    North by North West - Part 1
      Say Portland and as with all good word association games, you are likely to receive a range of responses; Coffee culture. Cool. Rain. Nike. Craft beer. Rain. I know, I mentioned rain twice. That's because the Pacific North West can get a little bit damp. So for a company...
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  • Strathpuffer 2018 - 24 Hours of Snow and Ice
    Strathpuffer 2018 - 24 Hours of Snow and Ice
      What is Strathpuffer? Strathpuffer: “Probably the only 13 year old winter 24 hour mountain bike race in the world”. Not the catchiest turn of phrase, but it does a good job summing up the event. Strathpuffer is raced in Contin woods, which are close to the Victorian Spa town...
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  • Wintertime Cycling
    Wintertime Cycling
      Within certain cycling circles, the thing to do in winter is to struggle through the miserable weather and get training. This has trickled down from the pro ranks and is applicable to both pro and amateur racers, whose likely objective for the upcoming season is to win races –...
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  • Take on the terra incognita with the Ritchey Outback!
    Take on the terra incognita with the Ritchey Outback!
    There was a flurry of excitement this week at Always Riding HQ as we got our first proper look at the Ritchey Outback frameset. Even nicer in the flesh than we had expected (and we had expected a lot), the frameset is a truly beautiful sight to behold. The Ritchey...
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  • Get through the season in style with winter cycling gear from Cafe du Cycliste
    Get through the season in style with winter cycling gear from Cafe du Cycliste
    Winter is coming, which means it's time to dig out the lights, check they still hold their charge, maybe fit some mudguards or a new set of tyres ready for the wet, or perhaps switch over to the faithful winter hack bike . Being on the cusp of a new...
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  • Reviewed: Sidi Genius 7 Women's Road Shoe
    Reviewed: Sidi Genius 7 Women's Road Shoe
    Out of the box, the first thing I notice about the Sidi Genius 7 women’s road shoe is the heel cup. Unlike the other road cycling shoes in my closet, the Genius 7 incorporates a definite curve from the bottom of the heel to the top, with a well-padded collar...
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  • Discovering Columbus: Inside Cinelli
    Discovering Columbus: Inside Cinelli
    Downing our espressi, we hop on a passing yellow tram at Porta Ticinese and rattle down Via Torino towards the city’s dead-centre. Through the morning Milanese rush hour rain, the iconic old streetcar’s dinging bell gently nudges through the commuters as they weave in and out of cafes and tabacs...
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  • Lisa Paarvio: Learning to fly
    Lisa Paarvio: Learning to fly
    A few clicks, a chirp of a connection made, and a pixelated screen slowly sharpens to reveal an animated Lisa Paarvio waving at me from the other side. “Hey, you made it!”, she exclaims. Clearly the internet is better in rural Catalonia than in London, as my first words emerge...
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  • Transporting a bike by car or van - pro kit you can use
    Transporting a bike by car or van - pro kit you can use
    Transporting your bike safely and conveniently can sometimes seem like more of a challenge than the actual ride you are setting out to do (Disclaimer: this is probably not true if you’re heading to Paris-Brest-Paris or something similarly epic). Seriously though, at its best moving your bike around by car...
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