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  • Staff Review - Prime RR-50 Carbon Clincher Wheelset
    Posted by Anonymous on 9th July 2017 at 12:44 pm

    Gina Ricardo, keen Team Wiggle racer based in Sydney, gives us her feedback on the full carbon Prime RR-50 Tubeless Clincher Wheelset.---What I am attracted to in a good set of wheels, is a balance between performance, weight, aesthetics and price. I am pleased to say that I found the Prime RR-50s to have these all.Upon pulling the wheels from the box, I was immediately imbued with a rush of […]

  • Staff Bike Check - Tim's NeilPryde Bura SL Bike Review
    Posted by tim on 30th June 2017 at 10:23 am

    Staff rider and endurance specialist Tim Wiggins talks us through his rather special NeilPryde Bura SL Road Bike...---Look at my riding programme for the year, and it might appear that I have an unhealthy addiction to riding long distances, and for climbing mountains. Most probably, I do. My bike choice to take on a bucket list of endurance […]

  • Gearing up to ride an 'Everesting'
    Posted by Anonymous on 16th June 2017 at 11:14 am

    Sunrise is at 04:51 on the 24th June. At 05:00, the climbing begins. 8,848 metres of vertical elevation, on one climb. Team Wiggle's Tim Wiggins is 'Everesting'. An 'Everesting'The concept behind an 'Everesting' is simple: you ride repeats of one climb, until your cumulative elevation gain surpasses the height of Everest (8,848 metres above sea level).If your climb was Mont Ventoux, that […]

  • The OVO Energy Women's Tour with Wiggle
    Posted by Anonymous on 30th May 2017 at 4:03 pm

    102 riders. 22 nationalities. 17 teams. 12 National Champions. 6 World Champions. 5 Great British stages. It is time for 'The Women's Tour'!The 'Women's Tour' is the largest and highest profile women's cycle race in the United Kingdom.The 2017 OVO Energy Women’s Tour will take place from 7-11th June, and the sees the riders tackle 4 stages around the heart of England; taking in […]

  • Behind the Brand - 7mesh apparel
    Posted by tim on 22nd May 2017 at 2:20 pm

    The town of Squamish sits deep in the mountains of British Columbia - a place known for its incredible offering to the outdoor sports. 7mesh was born here, from a passion to ride - a desire to embrace the elements during winter, summer, and everything in between.We talked with our cycle clothing buyer, and the founders of 7mesh, to discover what makes this new brand tick, and what makes them […]

  • Staff Bike Check - Nassrin's Vitus Zenium
    Posted by Anonymous on 17th May 2017 at 8:56 am

    Staff rider Nassrin takes a look at the bright orange Vitus Zenium Disc SL Road Bike. With hydraulic brakes and high volume tyres, this could be a great year-round road bike...---There is nothing quite like a shiny new bike to make a girl feel good, and even though this Vitus Zenium SL Disc was on loan for review, it was already attracting attention. "I bet you put in a few miles on that […]

  • Staff Review - Sportful Stelvio Jacket
    Posted by tim on 16th May 2017 at 11:19 am

    The Sportful Stelvio Jacket was designed and developed with the Saxo-Tinkoff Pro Cycling Team. The team asked for a close-fitting, fully-waterproof jacket, which would be breathable enough that they could perform race-level efforts in it, without overheating and sweating buckets. That is some ask…Staff rider and endurance cyclist Tim Wiggins has been testing the Stelvio Jacket out over […]

  • Early Season Kit - 7mesh Ashlu Jersey and MK2 Bib Shorts
    Posted by Anonymous on 15th May 2017 at 1:47 pm

    In this post, staff rider Rob Jarman takes a look at the innovative new brand 7mesh. Founded by the creators of Arteryx, this is technical cycling apparel like you have never seen it before...--- 7mesh Ashlu Merino Short Sleeve JerseySlipping the 7mesh Ashlu Merino Short Sleeve Jersey out of its tactile premium packaging, you immediately get the feeling that you're part of an exclusive […]

  • Staff Review - Campagnolo Zonda C17 Disc Brake Wheelset
    Posted by tim on 9th May 2017 at 2:19 pm

    Staff rider Tim Wiggins has been attempting to ride the new Campagnolo C17 Disc Brake Wheels into the ground. We're pleased to say they have endured. They've also shown some impressive performance gains. Here is his 1000 kilometre test review.----Last year, I spec'd a set of Campagnolo's Zonda Two-Way Fit wheels onto my Eastway Emitter R0.The wheels were bombproof, and faultless in their […]

  • Kitting up for the Dirty Reiver Gravel Ride
    Posted by tim on 24th April 2017 at 9:58 am

    200 kilometres of gravel racing poses a unique challenge for kit choice. Staff rider Tim Wiggins provides his kit insights, after placing 4th in the second edition of the Dirty Reiver.----Months, weeks, hours and minutes before the start of the Dirty Reiver, the discussions on kit selection ran strong. What bike? What clothing? What tyres?After much debate, tinkering and testing, the choices […]

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