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Cycling Plus

Cycling Plus

March 2020

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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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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from the editor…

SUBSCRIBE! NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO CYCLING PLUS CAN GET A LEZYNE DIGITAL ROAD DRIVE PUMP WORTH £69.99 ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER? Get access to exclusive content, competitions and offers. Turn to p70 There used to be a time when I would argue that because I cycled I could eat what I liked. And for a while I got away with it, too, burning off enough calories over the weekend to make light work of that Friday night curry. Those days, however, are passed. Age and reduced mileage now ensure that a price is paid for all indulgences these days, usually around the waist, but that doesn’t stop me. So it was heartening to read James Witts’s piece on page 72 and learn that there are health benefits to my bad habits! What is a life without curry anyway? SUBSCRIBE…

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OK COMPUTER For many of us, the word Garmin is as synonymous with bike-based GPS units as Hoover is with vacuum cleaners, but there are plenty more manufacturers out there, so do any of them build a Garmin-beater? p78. UK’S MOST GOOGLED When our sister website BikeRadar gave us a list of Britain’s most searched for bikes online, we figured it made sense to get them all in one place and subject them to the rigorous testing that only Cycling Plus can deliver p36. 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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cycling plus

THE ONLY BIKE BUYING ADVICE YOU CANT RUST… 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 For this issue I’ve spent months riding around with a multitude of GPS units strapped to my bike(s) (sometimes up to four at a time), so that we can give you the top 10 navigation aids and add some tech to your ride. SIMON WITHERS TECHNICAL WRITER This month, I've been testing more great titanium gravel – this time from Rondo – and two of the best £1000 road bikes around: Cannondale’s racier Optimo 105 and Specialized’s supreme allrounder: its Allez Elite. ROBIN WILMOTT TECHNICAL WRITER We wanted to know what the most searched-for, circa £2k bikes were online, so we asked the statistics elves on BikeRadar to find out and I’ve spent the last few months testing them to find out which one deserves the most clicks.…

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cinelli king zydeco

£2749 SMART DESIGN The King Zydeco keeps Cinelli’s famed sharp design, bright colours and bold liveries alive. It’s clever, too, with its dual-response design. If you draw a line from the head tube down to the rear dropout, everything below that line is built stiff to ensure pedalling efficiency and optimal power transfer. Everything above this line is designed to offer compliance and increase rider comfort. A bonded section of Kevlar on its down tube and under the bottom bracket protect the carbon from stone strikes and dropped stays ensure chainline and max tyre clearance, meaning 47c in 700c to a massive 2.1in in 650b. FORK OFF SET The (Columbus Futura) fork has adjustable dropouts, switching from 47mm to 52mm offset, so you can tune the handling. The build is all basic alloy: Cinelli…

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crossing over

£3249 High-spec, integrated ’cross racer The CX SL is available in three builds: Sport, Enthusiast and Pro. This Pro build focuses on life between the course marker tapes. Every model shares the £1299 monocoque CX SL frameset, which is built from Toray T1000 and T800 carbon fibre, using an EPS inner core system for consistent wall thickness, plus increased torsional stiffness. Those clean lines start at the integrated bar with its flat, wide top, flush steerer clamp bolts and matching spacers, and continue with completely internal control lines. Ribble’s dropped, kinked seatstay design is matched to a large angular down tube and massive, 50mm deep, boxy asymmetric chainstays with room for 40mm tyres. The frame ports are well sealed against water and muck ingress and it includes mudguard mounts. We took the CX…