The Advent of the E-Bike

Firstly, video did not kill the radio star – Steve Wright is living proof of the longevity of that format. Secondly, the Kindle did not kill off the book, and finally, and the reason for this blog – the E-bike will not kill off good old fashioned cycling.

Triathlon Mindfulness and Self Discipline

Since childhood, I had a passion for running. During my school and university days, I participated in a lot of such events. Ten years ago, however, my life changed dramatically after I was diagnosed with an explosive fracture of two vertebrae.

Getting ready for spring

Cycling clothing and accessories for hot weather, from Cycology Gear, the design orientated Australian brand

Touring Lake Balaton Part 3

So it is our last day cycling, and I was both excited and sad at the same time. We had all become great friends during our tour, led by Tamas, with Peter and Laszlo keeping us supplied with water, coke and lots and lots of humour.

Touring Lake Balaton Part 2

Setting off from our hotel with a larger peloton, today was to be a day of twisting roads, climbing and history, as we took a long flat road towards the rising countryside

Touring Lake Balaton Part 1

Arriving at the airport, the first thing I saw was a large sign saying #helloHungary. Speaking to Tamas, this is a drive by Hungary to promote tourism, of which cycling is a key part.

Lake Shoes & Christian Van Asten

Leading one of the top footwear brands in the industry, Christian values the consumer highly, and so takes time to travel all over the globe visiting shops and consumers

My First Olympic Distance Triathlon

Triathlon training advice and information, as Luciana Prados writes about her first triathlon

My Triathlon Journey

Luciana Prados writes about her journey into triathlon and her training programme and lifestyle