Articles by: Lex Spedding

Altura NightVision 4 LS Jersey

Altura NightVision 4 Long Sleeve Jersey

The Altura Nightvision range is now on its 4th series. The British brand has redesigned its flagship technology and produced a new range of NightVision clothing and accessories. With commuting by bike still heavily on our minds through the colder months – we gave the Altura NightVision 4 long sleeve jersey […]

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VeloSkin

VeloSkin Daily Sports Moisturiser Review

British brand VeloSkin bought a range of cycling focused skincare products to market in 2016. As cyclists themselves, they focused on key products used by cyclists, including chamois cream, shaving cream, post-shave lotion and a daily sports moisturiser. The range of products has been formulated to withstand the changing conditions of […]

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YouTube Channels

5 YouTube Cycling Channels to Subscribe to

Let’s face it – YouTube is filled with plenty of rubbish! That being said though – there are some fantastic channels on there for cycling enthusiasts like ourselves. We subscribe to quite a few channels, but I have cherry-picked my 5 favourite YouTube cycling channels right now. These are the […]

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AATR – Redchilli Bikes Collaboration

A short while ago we announced that we would be working with Redchilli Bikes on a project to build us a customer AATR bike. Following a number of successful discussions, we are pleased to announce Redchilli Bikes as our first brand partner. We first spoke to David at Redchilli Bikes […]

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Direct Power Coaching

Direct Power Coaching

Direct Power Coaching are a collection of some of the finest cycling coaches around. The team is led by British Cycling Level 3, multi award winning and BikeEtc magazine guru – Pav Bryan. We have worked with Pav as the coach contributor of our Coaches Blog feature. But we wanted […]

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GripGrab Lightweight SL Socks Review

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Danish cycling brand GripGrab have released a new range of socks for summer 2018. We got our hands on – (feet into) the new GripGrab Lightweight SL socks. The Technology The GripGrab Lightweight SL Socks are (as the name suggests) a lightweight summer sock. The socks are made from a […]

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Glory Days Bikes

In a world of cycling where carbon has become king over the last decade, its nice to be able to remember the days of steel road bikes and down-tube gear shifters. Thankfully there is a company in the Peak District who appreciate that steel is (and always will be) real. […]

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Miche Syntium AXY Wheelset Review

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Italian brand Miche (pronounced Mi-kay) has been part of cycling since 1919. The company manufactures  a wide range of cycling components but are famed for their road, track and MTB wheels. Miche have stuck with their roots and continue to make all of their products in Italy. I have […]

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Lezyne Lite Drive 700XL

Lezyne Lite Drive 700XL Light Review

Lezyne have built an impressive portfolio of cycling accessories in their 11 years. The company continues to develop their products and expand their range with new products and technology. With cycling lights a big part of the company’s product range, I have been running the Lezyne Lite Drive 700XL through […]

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Bontrager Ion 350

Bontrager Ion 350 R Front Light Review

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Brontrager’s DRL – Daytime Running Light technology is designed to make cyclists more visible on the road during daytime rides. The US company has created a range of cycle lights that feature focused beams, longer detectable range and specific daytime flash modes. I have been testing the commuter-friendly Bontrager Ion […]

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