Marcus Farley signs off from bloggage duties with his best sub-£100 find yet.
Still fighting against convention
Oh, it’s that age old debate - what length is best?
Three new trail bikes plus facelift for the El Guapo
How many times do we just ‘ride’ our favourite trails, often taking the same ‘safe’ line that we worked out long ago.
Stepping out of Jon Whyte’s shadow
My favourite item of cycling clothing has finally bitten the dust
Occasionally, my hoardes reap rewards
From ICT to the environment
Do you think too much on your ride?
Do you have difficulty remembering phone numbers? More importantly, how would someone know who to phone if you were unconscious or in urgent medical need?
The family firm successfully taking on the big boys
I’ve had some Scott waterproof shorts on test for the last few months, as part of my new and improved wet weather wardrobe.
If we don’t have a working bicycle bell, and we manage to hit someome, are we liable? And would our insurance policies cover us?
His return, his past glories and how he'll help the next generation
Thankfully, whilst out on a ride at the weekend, we happened to traverse the canal and suddenly a very local solution dawned on me – the canal tow path, of course!
Or, what to do when the weather turns bad
Marcus Farley learns how to be a smooth operator
Pushing the envelope of what 29ers are capable of
Marcus Farley is many things, but where does mountain biking come on his list?
Forget the latest superbike, it’s time to remember your first proper off road bike.
There’s a whole range of things, but it’s complaining about the weather for Marcus Farley
A winter credit crunch bargain
One of the most successful mountain bike designers on the planet
Cult mountain bike brand resurrected
Has Marcus Farley finally found something that he is really good at?
Night riding – Marcus Farley is thoroughly hating and loving it in equal measure
Past, present and future
Naked world record holder
What you’re missing if you don’t get out and ride
How to protect your bike and your relationships
Take 2 bikes into the shower
The sub £100 challenge continues with the tub trug
As 2009 looms large, hands up if your New Year’s resolutions haven’t been realised?
He’s conquered the world – what’s next?
What began as a hobby has become a Cy Cotic passion
Women's mountain bikes & tweaked Mach 4 & 5 launched
Small, non bike specific, life enhancing products
I got really excited when Matt said that it’s about time that I started some product testing – a wish list of Turners, Yetis, Ventanas and Lapierres came to mind, but Matt soon brought me back down to earth by suggesting that I set my sights lower. So, we hatched a sub £100 challenge.
Dave Turner talks suspension, travel & handmade values
Ah, the fabulous British Summer. I’ve been on holiday at home the last few weeks and it’s just so marvellous to get out and play on the dusty trails, with bike components working as contentedly as they were intended to...
‘It’s not about the bike,’ as Lance Armstrong famously once said…and I can confirm this myself with empirical evidence.
If it's a Wednesday, it's likely that I may be out in Leeds woods, if the missus has given me an evening out pass. Last Wednesday it was a quick 2 hour hack round the ever drying singletrack with Badger and Yoda.
Staying in at this time of year is preferable to going out. Let me explain why: