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Airnimal Joey Commute

Airnimal Joey Commute

Handsome, British-built folder with a ride feel that matches many a hinge-free commuter

Bath cycle ride: Going underground

Bath ride

Laura Laker travels to Bath for a ride along the banks of the River Avon and local canals, taking in the UK’s longest cycling and walking tunnel

Jerusalem: Cycling in the historic city

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What better way to end a week cycling around the amazing and beautiful attractions of Israel than with a stopover in Jerusalem, to see the sights of this most revered of religious cities?

Orange RX9: First ride

Orange RX9

Off-road specialist Orange has produced its first multi-purpose machine for tarmac or tough terrain. Perfect if you like your riding smooth one day, and with gritty bits the next

BH G6 8.1: First ride

BH G6 8.1

What are the pros and cons of a thoroughbred race bike? Matt Levett finds out when he rides the BH G6 8.1

Merida Ride Lite Juliet 94: First ride

Merida Ride Lite Juliet 94

We don’t know wherefore Romeo art, but the Juliet is Merida’s women specific contribution to the crowded sub-£1,000 sportive bike category

Rides: Imber, Wiltshire – the forbidden village

Imber ride, Wiltshire

Cut off behind army prohibition lines in the stark landscape of Salisbury Plain lies a derelict village redolent of childhood adventures

7 of the best handlebar bags

Handlebar bags

Phone, wallet, keys, iPad — they’re the accoutrements necessaire of modern life, but how best to carry them on your bike? One handy solution is a nifty little handlebar bag. Here are seven of the best

Bianchi Vertigo 105: First ride

Bianchi Vertigo 105

Bianchi is the oldest bike brand in the world. Unsurprisingly, it knows how to design a mid-priced road bike

Cyclo-sportive calendar 2013

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Full list of British cyclo-sportives and challenge rides from January to December 2013