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  1. Britain’s toughest roads: A cyclist’s guide

    Challenge and pleasure await in all corners of our beautiful country for those prepared to take on these testing routes

    Photo by Andrew McCandlish
    Challenge and pleasure await in all corners of our beautiful country for those prepared to take on these testing routes
  2. Inquiry to be held into police enforcement of close passing after death of Australian cycling campaigner

    Cameron Frewer had written a letter voicing his frustration with police days before he died

    Cameron Frewer died after being hit by a vehicle (Photo: Facebook/Cameron Frewer)

    An inquiry into police enforcement of close passing laws in Australia will be launched after the death of a prominent cycling campaigner.
  3. Cycle commuters and walkers have the shortest daily journeys, according to new study

    But all kinds of commute take longer than a decade ago...

    Cycle commutes are almost 10 minutes shorter than driven journeys on average (Photo by John Keeble/Getty Images)
    Cycle commuters and walkers have the quickest commuting times, according to a new study.
  4. The best cheap road bikes reviewed in 2018

    What to expect for your money in the best-value road bike sector, plus your guide to choosing the right first road bike for you

    Your guide to the best road bikes for under £500, under £750 and under £1,000
  5. What’s it like to watch a Belgian cyclocross race?

    A chance to get up close and personal with the top riders

    Sanne Cant leads the women's race up the long climb at Gavere
    Cyclocross is huge in Belgium. But that doesn’t mean that spectators are kept at arm’s length. Cycling Weekly was a …Continue reading »