Cycling Weekly is the world’s leading cycling website for news, racing, reviews, video, and fitness and training advice.
As a brand, Cycling Weekly was originally founded in magazine form in 1891, with the website launching in 2006.
The magazine continues to be the best-selling cycling publication in the UK, while the site has grown to reach millions of cycling fans around the world and continues to expand.
We pride ourselves on delivering timely and accurate news and interviews from the biggest races and the wider cycling world, as well as providing in depth buying advice and impartial reviews from our expert tech team.
Our online editorial team
Richard Windsor, digital editor
Richard began working with Cycling Weekly in 2013 alongside the then web editor, Nigel Wynn. Taking over as digital editor or Cycling Weekly and mbr in 2014, Richard coordinates site content and strategy with the team.
Alex Ballinger, news writer
Alex joined the CW news team in 2018, switching from local news journalism at the Bristol Post to covering his primary passion, cycling. Alex is the leading news writer for the website, covering breaking news as well as features and interviews.
Jonny Long, weekend editor
The newest member of the CW digital team, Jonny leads the site’s weekend content creation. Jonny joined the team in early 2019 from The Tab where he worked as assistant editor.
Michelle Arthurs-Brennan, tech editor
Michelle began at CW working in the online team in 2017, having previously worked as editor on Total Women’s Cycling. She moved on to become tech editor at the start of 2020, taking charge of all tech and product content produced for the website and magazine.
Rupert Radley, video manager and tech writer
Rupert joined CW in 2016 having previously worked in mountain biking journalism. Rupert leads the video team and continues to write tech news and reviews. Proudly wears socks over leg warmers.
James Bracey, lead tech writer
Although (not so secretly) a mountain biker at heart, James previously worked as a freelancer for CW and its sister magazine Cycling Active before joining mbr as a full-time product reviewer. Having switched to CW in 2019, James reviews the latest road bikes and products and presents videos as well.
Hannah Bussey, tech writer
Hannah has worked in the Cycling Weekly tech team since 2011, also previously writing for Cycling Active. Now working part-time, Hannah remains one of CW’s most experienced and trusted testers.
Videographers: Andrew Daley, Edward Westrop
Cycling Weekly magazine
Cycling Weekly magazine is the world’s oldest cycling magazine and the only one to be published weekly. You can pick up the latest copy every Thursday in all good newsagents (and some rubbish ones too). You can also access digital editions through the usual channels, just click here to find out more.
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Editor – Simon Richardson
News and features editor – Vern Pitt
Fitness editor – David Bradford
News and features writer – James Shrubsall
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One of the ways Cycling Weekly makes money in order to keep our content free is through an affiliate linking programme. In our reviews, products and deals round-ups our editorial team will often include a ‘Buy Now’ link, or links will be automatically displayed, to a retail partner. If a reader clicks the link and buys a product, Cycling Weekly will earn a small fee. This doesn’t affect the amount you pay.
We always try to find the best deals on products that we know and trust from reputable retailers to give to our readers. Our affiliate and advertising relationships don’t affect our reviews or recommendations.
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