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7 Cycling Events You Don't Want to Miss

Written by Brooke Stirling and posted on Jan 25, 2019

The UK is home to some of the most stunning, challenging rides to date. Whether you prefer the cobbled classics, iconic climbs or tough sportives, there is surely an event for you just waiting around the corner.

UK Health Watchdog Warns: Prioritise Cyclists

Written by Alex Bennett and posted on Jan 08, 2019

When building and upgrading roads in the future, the UK’s health watchdog hopes town planners and local authorities will place the public’s physical and mental well-being front-of-mind.

Get to Know Leading Solicitor Jan Canter

Written by Brooke Stirling and posted on Dec 18, 2018

Solicitor Jan is passionate about the legal profession and has a particular interest in managing cycling claims, being a keen cyclist himself. In this Q&A, discover what led Jan to the team, his impressive experience and additional interests.

Top 5 Crucial Tips For Staying Safe On The Road

Written by Fran Bibby and posted on Dec 05, 2018

We know making the decision to switch to two wheels has endless benefits, however, it doesn’t come without significant risk. Sadly, this is something any keen cyclist knows all too well. The “us vs them” mentality between motorists and cyclis...

Stats Suggest Bicycle Accidents Far Less Prominent Than Once Thought

Written by Brooke Stirling and posted on Nov 12, 2018

Despite safety concerns being the main obstacle for those considering cycling, research suggests are not nearly as prominent as public opinion suggests.

Recovering from Serious Injury

Written by Jan Canter and posted on Oct 22, 2018

If you (like me) have ever been unfortunate enough to suffer a serious injury following an accident, then I suspect pretty high-up your list of priorities was getting fit enough to get back on your bike. In many ways this says a lot about the values cyclists hold dear.

Cyclists Spared from Controversial Reforms

Written by Jan Canter and posted on Oct 10, 2018

The cycling community breathes a sigh of relief following a near miss in reform proposals to the personal injury sector. The legislation would still block essential legal advice for injuries worth £2,000 or less when a negligent driver crashes into their car.

Simon Yates’ Incredible Victory, Overlooked in UK News Coverage

Written by Jan Canter and posted on Sep 20, 2018

These are exceptional times for professional British road cycling. Following on from Froome’s victory at the Giro D Italia and Thomas’s win at The Tour DeFrance, we now have Yates victorious at the Vuelta a Espana on Sunday.

Para-Cycling Events Included in World Cup

Written by Alex Bennett and posted on Sep 12, 2018

In a world-first, para-cycling races will be included at the Track Cycling World Cup, which is set to take place from December 14 at London’s Lee Valley Velopark.

Why cycling is so unique

Written by Fran Bibby and posted in Lifestyle on Jul 30, 2018

The world’s biggest, annual, free spectator sport has drawn to a close for another year. For the past three weeks we cyclists have been able to experience our version of TV heaven! Throughout this three week period, whether a rest day or not, all 21 stages - and the extended highlights - of the Tour de France have been covered live on Euro Sport and ITV 4.
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