Author Archives: tim bland

King of the Mountain Goat Choco Beans

We all know that cycling and coffee go hand in hand. But unless you carry around an Espresso filled Thermos on your bike, it’s tricky to sustain your caffeine addiction whilst putting the miles in. We have solved this major problem by creating King of the Mountain Goat Choco Beans. While stocks last, we are […]

Competition – WIN a Limited Edition Lightskin Seatpost For Bromptons

We were recently sent this absolutely stunning anodized silver Lightskin Seatpost for Brompton Bikes from the Lightskin manufacturer. As far as I know you simply can’t buy this anywhere in the World right now, certainly not the UK. So “Limited Edition” is probably an understatement! So we have two choices – 1. sell it for an extraordinary amount of money […]

Entries for Orbital Cycling Festival can now be booked

The organisers of the Orbital Cycling Festival are pleased to announce that general entry passes and race entries are now live and available from the Orbital website. An Early Bird discount of 10% is available until 31st March 2013. Further discounts will be offered to British Cycling, CTC and Sustrans members. All races have been […]

Repack Berino Ride Jersey Review

The Repack Berino is a new merino wool & bamboo charcoal blend long sleeve ride jersey created by the new cycling company Repack. Repack designed the Berino with Mountain bikers in mind but we see absolutely no reason why roadies and commuters shouldn’t be donning it too. In fact, we have been using it out on our road […]

Pebble Smartwatch for cyclists?

A few days ago the Pebble Smartwatch (E-Paper Watch for iPhone and Android) finally became available for pre-order. If you’ve not heard of the Pebble Smartwatch before then here is a quick run-down. The Pebble Smartwatch (or just Pebble) was pitched on the crowd funding site Kickstarter last year. They wanted to raise $100,000 to develop […]

How Screen Printing is done – by Eliza Southwood

Eliza Southwood is one of our favourite print artists here on Stolen Goat. She produces some fantastic Limited Edition hand pulled, silkscreen art prints, most of which are cycling specific. She recently gave us exclusive rights to sell her limited edition run of her wonderful Cime de la Bonette prints, and I suddenly realised that I had no […]

Stolen Goat found by cyclists at Bike Blenheim Palace

[fblike][/fblike] Two whole days after officially launching Stolen Goat I found myself at Blenheim Palace setting up a 4.5 metre by 3 metre marquee ready for 15,000+ cyclists to roll by and take a look at what we have to offer. Daunting, tiring, exciting. As the inaugural Stolen Goat exhibition I had no idea what to expect. […]