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Cycling Plus

October 2019

Cycling Plus is the manual for the modern road cyclist. Whether you're cycling weekly, an occasional new rider or a Tour de France fan you’ll find everything you need. Each issue is packed with buying advice and tests of essential cycling gear - everything from bikes to bags! Cycling Plus is the place to find training advice, nutrition secrets and practical tips guaranteed to improve your bicycling. It's also full of inspirational rides, real-life cycling stories and entertaining riding-related features.

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United Kingdom
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English
Editora:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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from the editor…

SUBSCRIBE! NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO CYCLING PLUS CAN GET A FREE LEZYNE ZECTO REAR LIGHT OR A LEZYNE LITE DRIVE FRONT LIGHT ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER? Get access to exclusive content, competitions and offers It’s easy to be seduced by the lure of a carbon frame, and the fact that you can get a full bike built with one for a grand these days seems too good a deal to resist. But should you resist? In our test on p100 we take two £1000 bikes from the ever-reliable Boardman family – one carbon-framed, one aluminium – and ask the question as to which provides the best value for money… If you have a bit more to spend, check out our five bikes (p40) inspired by those the British pros will be riding at the upcoming Road World…

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highlights…

WHAT GOES UP… Features editor John and Cycling Plus’ brand marketing manager Steve headed to the Alps to find out whether climbing or descending was the more vital skill… read what they discovered on p76. BIRMINGHAM-BOUND The Cycle Show at Birmingham NEC takes place between 13-15 September. With the latest bikes and gear, and famous names popping along, it’s sure to be a great day out. Get 10% off as a Cycling Plus reader http://bit.ly/cycleshowCPLUS1 GET IN TOUCH… If you’ve anything you want to say you can chat with us via @cyclingplus on Twitter, CyclingPlusMagazine on Facebook and cyclingplus on Instagram. And, of course, you can always email us at cyclingplus@immediate.co.uk. And don’t forget to visit www.cyclingplus.com!…

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the only bike buying advice you can trust…

We take our testing very seriously at Cycling Plus. For more than 25 years – an age when disc brakes, Di2 and super-wide 1x gearing weren't even a glint in a designer’s eye – we have been putting road cycling products through their paces. Our test team, led by senior technical editor Warren Rossiter, has nearly a century of riding experience between them in just about every discipline. They can separate the great from the also-rans when it comes to bikes, clothing, accessories – and more. If it gets our seal of approval you can be sure that you’ll be bagging a great buy!…

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the tech team preview their issue highlights…

WARREN ROSSITER SENIOR TECHNICAL EDITOR I’ve been getting plenty of motor assistance riding Trek’s powerful Domane + and the purity of the performance-bred TCA-1 from Tresca; and I’ve improved my own bike with Bontrager’s Aeolus Pro carbon disc wheels. SIMON WITHERS TECHNICAL WRITER Aluminium or carbon? We ride two near-identical bikes to see which material comes out on top if you’ve got a grand in your pocket (p100). Is there still a market for non-GPS computers? Cateye certainly thinks so (p62). ROBIN WILMOTT TECHNICAL WRITER Cycling is gaining more high-tech products all the time – my testing takes in a Stages Left-Hand crank power meter (p66) and a pair of 'knitted' road shoes from DMT, which combine a 3D-engineered upper and a carbon sole (p70).…

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press to go trek domane+

The power ramps up quickly, which is great for pulling away from traffic or punching up a short, steep climb There are two distinct flavours of e-road bike emerging: the lower-assistance, lighter bikes like the Fazua-equipped Focus Paralane2 and the max-power heavier units like Giant’s Yamaha-equipped FastRoad. Joining that party is Trek’s new Domane+. The Domane + is based around the last generation Domane frame design. Built from 500 Series OCLV carbon, encased within is a powerful Bosch Performance Cruise motor with 250w output and an impressive 63nm of torque. It’s backed up with a large capacity 500wh battery that’s mounted within the down-tube. The battery itself can be charged in situ via a port that sits in front of the motor on the BB shell. Or you can use the included…

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austin atto

£2250 LIGHTNESS BUILT IN At the heart of the Atto is a carbon fibre frame built using high-grade Toray fibres. It has seen plenty of development from the original, resulting in a drop of more than 400g from the frame alone. This means a complete bike that tips the scales at 10.4kg with the hefty 11-speed hub gear – or opt for the simple, cheaper single-speed that drops down to around 8kg. SHARP RIDING FOR A FOLDING BIKE Some small-wheeled folders can feel twitchy. The Atto is better than most with its long wheelbase and big 20-inch wheels. The front-end steering response is quicker than a standard bike, but remains stable at speed. LOTS OF GEARS & RANGE The 11-speed hub gear offers a huge range of gearing – with a 40% spread (with each gear…

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