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Cyclist

Cyclist

November 2020

Dedicated solely to road cycling. Cyclist is the very first magazine of its kind. A celebration of the freedom to explore and the gear that makes road cycling special. Cyclist will take you on the world's best routes and get behind the doors of iconic brands. With performance advice from the experts, we unearth tall tales from the pro peloton and get you up-close to the best road bikes and technology. Plus, Cyclist mixes in-depth articles with breathtaking imagery from the sport's best photographers. It's the road cycling magazine you've been waiting for. In every issue you can enjoy: - The most exhilarating cycle routes and sportives in the world - their history, when to go and how to get the best from your trip. - The most in-depth road bike reviews and must-have gear. - Expert opinion on components, training, nutrition and technology. - The stories behind the biggest brand names and most influential people in cycling

国家:
United Kingdom
语言:
English
出版商:
Dennis Publishing UK
出版周期:
Monthly
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ed’s letter

For a magazine that specialises in travel, the Covid situation has been particularly frustrating. But if there is one silver lining it is that we have looked with fresh eyes at this beautiful country we live in. We may not have the Alps or the Dolomites, and our roads have not been made famous by the passing of Grand Tours, but the UK does have some of the most spectacular countryside anywhere in the world, and enough tough climbs to keep even the most masochistic KoM-bagger happy. That’s why we decided it was time we embarked on a project that would showcase the best this nation has to offer. Not a tootle around the lanes, but something epic, something magnificent that could serve as a grand challenge to anyone who is feeling…

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gear+tech

For the Teammachine’s 10th birthday, BMC claims to have made the lightest and most aero version yet Now more than ever, race-level road bikes are an exercise in compromise. It’s no longer enough to juggle stiffness, weight and comfort – aerodynamics must be considered too. For BMC, finding the right balance has long since moved beyond the capabilities of physical modelling and testing. Consequently, since 2014 the Swiss brand has used computer modelling software, which it first used to develop the second-generation Teammachine. Since then, Mart Otten, BMC’s road bike product manager, estimates the brand has modelled around 37,000 Teammachine variations on its ‘ACE’ software. Its calculations have developed as BMC progressively factored in all the elements a race bike now needs to have in the two generations that have been released…

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sidi shot 2 shoes

The Sidi Shot 2 quite literally has big shoes to fill. The original version of the Sidi Shot was the brand’s priciest offering, yet found as much favour with amateur riders as it did with WorldTour pros, so this latest version needs to promise something pretty special. Interestingly, rather than simply make a few tweaks to a popular shoe, Sidi has revealed some substantial changes for the Shot 2. While the dual Tecno-3 dial closure layout and TechPro microfibre upper remain unchanged, gone is the tendril-like design that covered the previous Shots. The new look is much cleaner and comes in several tasteful colour options. The Shot 2 also has a new heel cup design, which is markedly more refined than on previous Sidi shoes. ‘It isn’t as bulky, so is lighter,…

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met rivale mips helmet

When it comes to updating mid-range helmets, Italian companies must think alike. Perhaps it’s due to how well protected their brains are. Hot on the heels of Kask’s updated Mojito (featured last issue), Met has redesigned its Rivale. The helmet sits below the bells-and-whistles Trenta and the aero-focussed Manta in Met’s range, and attempts to offer good levels of all-round performance at an accessible price. The new Rivale boasts better ventilation, according to Met, thanks to wider and longer front vents. These are paired with internal channelling to guide air across the rider’s scalp. While the details are hazy on the magnitude of improvement, Met claims the new Rivale is more aerodynamic too. This is in part thanks to a refined ‘NACA’ vent on top of the helmet, a feature borrowed from…

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veloflex corsa evo tlr tyres

Veloflex is a small Italian business with just 10 employees who make every tyre by hand, yet it has a formidable reputation for the quality of its tubulars, and now the brand is making tubeless clinchers that look equally impressive. Like its top-end tubulars, the Corsa Evo TLRs use Veloflex’s incredibly supple 320tpi carcass, only being a tubeless tyre this is impregnated with a latex membrane to make it airtight. A high-tensile yarn is layered over the carcass to guard against punctures and the tread features Veloflex’s proprietary ‘RainDrop’ pattern that it says offers high grip and low rolling resistance.…

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chater-lea grand tour 1x crankset

Campagnolo might just have gone 13-speed and THM Carbone will sell you crank arms that weigh less than 300g, but British brand Chater-Lea is the only outfit in the world serving up chainsets this classically elegant and refined. Almost as much a joy to behold as to ride, the Grand Tour 1x chainset harks back to not just yesteryear but yester-century. First appearing on the eve of the 1900s, Chater-Lea cranksets quickly became the go-to choice for British cycling enthusiasts and racers, yet by the 1960s competition from Italian and French brands saw production of Chater-Lea cranksets cease, and by 1987 the company closed its doors entirely. But in 2017, thanks to classic bike enthusiast Andy Richman, Chater-Lea was reborn, and now these gorgeous chainsets are being made in the UK once…