• The Zephyr helmet - the latest must have road cycling lid from Bell

      First seen in this year’s Tour de France being used by the Lotto NL-Jumbo team, the Bell Zephyr has been a long time in the making - several years in fact. The Zephyr is Bell’s latest offering for road cycling and according to the brand is “the most innovative road cycling helmet Bell has ever created”. (...)
    • Through the Early Morning Mist, 7Mesh Unveil their Fall Collection

      Squamish, in the south-eastern part of Canada is famous for its mountains, surrounding vistas and stunning scenery - it’s also infamous for its weather, which is perhaps why natives 7mesh have developed such renown for their kit. We preview their new range for Fall. (...)
    • Woods, sheep and Always Riding (plus a little rubber)

      There's something about being amidst the trees, above the morning mist, and nestled amongst hills more mountain than rolling dale. We don't know what that something is, and it could of course be a debilitating sheep-allergy, but it's where we are from, where we belong, and now, thanks to an epic tea-fuelled move from our base near London, where we are based. (...)
    • Two Gentlemen of Girona: Nathan Haas & Chris Williams Guide Always Riding Around Catalunya

      Always Riding had the pleasure of a travel guide in the shape of Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka's Nathan Haas to provide the inside line in advance for our whistle-stop visit to Girona. When it became known that Nathan was to head off to find his fortune at the Vuelta e Espana, Team Novo Nordisk's Chris Williams stepped in as route-meister deluxe before also heading off himself to race at the Tour Des Fjords in Norway. (...)
    • Definitely Happy: Toms Skujins On A Life Argyle

      Browsing 25 year-old Latvian Toms Skujins’ results throughout his professional career to date, the viewer is treated to a pleasingly steady upward trajectory. From the early days at La Pomme Marseilles (now Team Delko Marseilles Provence), whose leap to Pro-Conti status was garnered via a co-operation with the Latvian cycling federation in 2011, through to a solid debut season (the icing on the cake delivered via a repeat performance of a stage win at the Amgen Tour of California) with the argyle-clad Cannondale Drapac Pro Cycling team. Always Riding caught up with the likeable young pro for a photo-call during a day in the sun on the bike and at the markets of Girona, his new-found home. (...)
    • Pas Normal Studios - Scandinavian Skirmish

      Floating the idea of a 700km ride split over three days, the Pas Normal Studios crew set upon route plotting, and found that the line they traced meandered from Oslo across two borders and back to their Copenhagen quarters. Documenting the ride as a test of their kit, it was to be a ride that pushed them to their limits, and through some of the most stunning scenery in Northern Europe... (...)
    • The Standard Rando Frameset - Adventure Vibes Courtesy of Twin Six

      The Twin Six Standard Rando has been available in the US for some time now, both as a frameset and as one of Twin Six's complete bikes. So, we'll keep our hours of waxing lyrical about how much we want one, and how we'd configure it to ourselves, and hand it over to some top US journalists for their verdict. (...)
    • Timeless in Tuscany - L'Eroica Delle Foglie Morte

      A race started to save Tuscany's famed white roads, the Eroica has gone from localised festival of cycling heritage, to international franchise, but how does the road lie back in this event's heartland? We sent Nicola Ughi along with his camera to show us the dust roads and smiling faces that this year were witnessed out on the Strade Bianche. (...)
    • Coming soon… Giro Techlace… the shoe closure system that does it all

      Over the past couple of weeks, the cycling press has been full of eager initial reviews of the latest additions to Giro's road cycling shoe range, we take a closer look and sum up what's been said... (...)
    • P-P-Pick up a pump... the Always Riding guide to buying a bicycle pump

      With a whole range of sizes, features and designs available, there really is a bicycle pump for every occasion. To help you pick the pump that is right for you, we’ve put together a handy guide, starting with the workshop staple, the track pump. (...)
    • New American Artisans - Spurcycle Join the Ride

      The Spurcycle bell was designed to be “a lasting favourite among daily cyclists”, and it's hard to think of an alternative which does it better. We look at its development and the ethos behind the brand. (...)
    • Anything but Standard: The New Twin Six Standard Race Collection

      The Twin Six Standard Race Collection earned its keep on a 660km ride in the Northwoods of Minneapolis. The Musky 660 as it was dubbed saw T6 showcase their Titanium Standard Rando and the new Standard Race Collection. (...)
    • Bags of Canada - YNOT Made

      It's well-known that we’re fans of a good bag at Always Riding, so we leapt at the chance to bring YNOT’s Canadian-made bags & accessories to the store. Renowned for their build quality, intuitive trims and a determination to see things done right, under the stewardship of founder Tony Mammoliti, this young bike bag brand has gained a loyal following both at home and abroad. (...)
    1-13 of 297
    Load More
    ride to the top