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.
With the onset of colder weather and shorter evenings, Nick Livermore explores the pros and cons of the three most popular options for your winter cycling training plan.
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..
Nick Livermore looks at how and why cyclists can benefit from twisting and bending their bodies in ways they never knew they could. (more…)
Cycling and coffee culture are inextricably linked. Long regarded as a social enhancer, coffee has become the glue that binds many of the social and club rides leaving cities, towns and villages acr..
We like a good hill here at le Bidon; there’s nothing like a bit of variety. But whether you’re in search of an ascent or two, or looking to avoid an uphill struggle, here’s a list of my Bristol fav..
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.
At some point everyone ends up cycling in the wind, against their better judgement. Whether it’s a stiff breeze or something a little more uninviting, there are ways to make the experience more bear..
Beware he – or she – who cycles in North Wales. Spectacular though the scenery is and enjoyable though the riding is there are several pitfalls to be wary of before embarking on your journey of Celt..