Cycling and Mental Health

By AATR | May 22, 2019

The 13-19th of May saw The Mental Health Foundation host mental health awareness week. Depression and anxiety are two of the most common forms of mental disorders in the UK. According to Mind – the mental health charity – 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental […]

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YouTube Channels

5 YouTube Cycling Channels to Subscribe to

By Lex Spedding | Aug 23, 2018

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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Ride London - My First Century

Ride London – My First Century

By Christina Dove | Aug 1, 2018

Signing up for your first 100-mile cycle ride is pretty exciting stuff – especially when it is Ride London.  Put that together with the driest start to a summer since modern records began in 1961, you think you are onto a winner.  What could be more fun than cycling through […]

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AATR – Redchilli Bikes Collaboration

By Lex Spedding | Jul 30, 2018

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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Cycling in Zimbabwe

Cycling in Zimbabwe

By Christina Dove | Apr 20, 2018

Visiting Africa to see one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls and going on a camping safari in Botswana are both pretty awesome, but when you can squeeze in a cycle as well – that is surely the icing on the cake. This is what happened […]

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Bikepacking - Touring or Just Transport

Bikepacking – Touring or Just Transport?

By Matt Bark | Jan 9, 2018

Christmas commitments to see family, working those days many have off in between bank holidays and some typical winter weather combined to reduce the opportunity for cycling, especially my desire for any multi-day bikepacking adventures. So I bridged bikepacking with touring to get some practice for future adventures. The term […]

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Is Cycletography the Answer?

By Christina Dove | Jan 5, 2018

When I first joined Twitter in March 2016, one of the first handles I discovered was AATR Cycling (All About The Ride) and a blog on Cycletography.  As a keen amateur photographer, this appealed to me straight away – combining two of my passions: cycling and photography, with an outlet […]

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Taking it Easy

Taking it Easy

By Matt Bark | Nov 23, 2017

As we roll inevitably on into another winter, (which is definitely coming), my cycling is taking an unexpected turn. My priorities on the bike have changed and the ideas of hard training are gone, or maybe I’m just training for a different type of ride. The warm sunshine of summer […]

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Cyclist Problems – It’s Not Always Easy.

By Lex Spedding | Oct 20, 2017

Any cycling enthusiast will probably tell you that being a cyclist, for the most part is pretty damn awesome. You get to see and experience life from a different perspective. I am totally infatuated with cycling and my only regret is that I didn’t ‘get into’ it much earlier in life. […]

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