Cycling Weekly

Essentially (but say it quietly), a bike is a bike. As such, they function in a similar way, and sometimes unfortunately go wrong in similar ways. When you suffer minor…

Looking at the cycling multi-tool market, you might consider £11 a steal. However, we approached this product with some scepticism wondering how it could be so much cheaper than the…

The Lezyne Stainless 12 multi-tool is an exceptionally well-made piece of kit. The construction feels almost industrial but is very well thought out and comfortable to use, and will be a…

We tested the Pro Minitool 11 multi-tool alongside a number of other multi-tools from rival brands. The Pro wins the competition for the tiniest tool on test, with this super-slimline offering. As…

Pedro’s doesn’t do novelty equipment. This tool is on the larger side, thanks in part to the pair of tyre levers attached either side. But including those will save you…

We’ve been grilling cycling industry insiders to find out what they’re getting most excited about when they think ahead to the new year

Mark Cavendish had one of his best-ever years in 2013 with highlights including the Tour of Qatar, the points jersey and five stages in the Giro d’Italia plus two stages…

Staying motivated can be hard, but can playing the right tunes keep you pushing on? Andrew Hamilton explores...

Andy has perfect weather all year round, but when do you stop and take a rest? Rob Mortlock discusses

The author of Lost Lanes: 36 Glorious Bike Rides in Southern England brings a cheery face to cycling on the darkest days of the year

As close as most of us will get to feeling like a pro rider, HotChillee's four stage answer to the impossible frame starts and ends in picturesque Annecy

The National Hill-Climb podium regular Matt Clinton talks about Jaffa Cakes, bizarre 
comments from motorists and how his off-season has fared so far