Nick Livermore heads to Wales and the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park in all its glory for delicious coffee and impressive Welsh fare in what could be Abergavenny’s finest café.
Never one to slum it, Stephen Brand heads to Stowe and the Nevillery Café in the north of Buckinghamshire for what is perhaps the most well-to-do cake stop ever made on two wheels.
Nick Livermore follows the beautiful Severn Estuary north from Bristol to discover one of Gloucestershire’s very best tea rooms, a favourite among cyclists in the area.
Having cycled along the popular Bristol to Bath cycle path, Nick Livermore heads to the popular Kingsmead Square and the beautifully presented Society Café for a flavoursome flat white and delicious..
Stephen Brand heads west of Aylesbury on a whistle-stop tour of Buckinghamshire’s most beautiful countryside, before settling at the George and Dragon for perhaps the best coffee and walnut cake the..
Nick Livermore explores the delights of Bristol’s famed cycling café, the Mud Dock Cycleworks, where you can buy a new bike, get it set up and enjoy a dark, flavoursome coffee all at once. Bliss.
Nick Livermore samples the delights of Tetbury’s retro-inspired cycling café and shop. With beautiful flat whites and flavoursome homemade cake, it turns out this is one stop the Cotswolds can be pr..
A rustic vegetarian café in the popular Welsh town of Llanidloes. The Great Oak is fantastic when you need a break from the relentless ups and downs of the Welsh mountains.
Fuelled by his unabating desire for cake, Stephen Brand discovers why Jennie Wren’s, Winslow is one of the most popular cafés among cyclists in Buckinghamshire and beyond.
A quaint tea room in the shadow of Tintern Abbey, The White Monk is the perfect place to stop for coffee, tea and cake whether you’re going up the Wye Valley, or returning down it.