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Jennifer Lucas // 2019 Race Planning

2019 race planning

2019 Race Planning So there I was, making my way around the halfway buoy during the swim portion of Ironman Copenhagen with cartoon stars whizzing around my head after a good old-fashioned kick to the face from someone who’d spontaneously started doing breaststroke right in front of me. A sensible, rational human being would probably […]

Trans Baviaans // Ashley Oldfield

Trans Baviaans

Trans Baviaans South Africans are a weird bunch. We have a penchant for the extreme, we only deal in absolutes like longest, furthest, highest. Any less and it isn’t worth the effort. That’s why a race like the Trans Baviaans exists, and has 1 500 riders aiming to ride 230 km, traversing the Baviaanskloof nature […]

Five Different Ways Cyclists are Using Strava

Before you get into this – did you know you can join us on strava! Maligned by many for encouraging competitive riding on public roads, the fitness tracking app Strava has the ability to turn even the most ordinary ride into a race. But not everyone uses the app in quite the same way, or […]

Luke Taylor // Season Change // #2

spring preparation

Defeating Winter As we all know, Winter SUCKS! Getting through it is the hard part and all we do is look to Summer and hope that all our Winter training will have paid off. From using all of the various training platforms that are out there, to trying different riding genres, to braving the conditions […]

Ashley Oldfield // Latest Stolen Goat Ambassador // My Story

Hello! Ashley Oldfield here from Cape Town South Africa. My cycling story has 2 parts to it, the first as a kid, building jumps in my parent’s backyard and learning to fly, whip and tuck and roll out of a bad landing. In the wide open spaces we have access to down south (way down […]

Vive le Yorkshire! The Route of the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire

tour de yorkshire

The Tour de France comes to Yorkshire, 2014. Photo by Bryan Ledgard. Yorkshire, the proudest of English regions, a county that is home to some of the most sublime landscapes England has to offer, and a place that has managed to attract more than a few international events to its humble borders. The 2014 visit […]

Cyclo-curious? Why Not Try the Cyclo Cross Experience

cyclocross

The nights are cooling down. the days are getting shorter, and the evening air is crisp and tinged with smoke. For many cyclists, autumn marks a time away from the bike, a welcome lull after an intense summer of training. But while some are slipping into an end of season break, others are gearing up […]

A Race Report By Nicole // Deva Triathlon // Chester // 2017

deva triathlon

Deva Triathlon 2017 Of all the races I have both taken part in or volunteered in, I have never seen an event so seamlessly executed. Chester Triathlon Club truly out did themselves with their organisation, the goody bags and rounding up a stellar amount of support from the locals. I knew this race would exceed […]

Meet Sam Farrar // A Brand Ambassador For 2017 // Find Out What He’s About

An opportunity for an opportunist – Sam Farrar When I left college I got a job as a shelf stacker in my local Co-op. 6 years on I’m a Technician working for a well-known family-run business, Atherton Racing, better known as Trek Factory Racing DH team. Yep, that’s right: I travel the world as a […]

Giro 100 Limited Edition Jersey // The 100th Edition Tribute Jersey By Stolen Goat

The Giro d’Italia is officially over and what an incredible event it’s been! Remember, it’s still not too late to celebrate the Giro’s 100th edition, this event will be forever remembered so make sure you’re a part of it. There’s still some time to buy our tribute pieces, a must-have for any true fan of […]