The November 2022 edition of Cycling Plus is out now, complete with a 52-page Adventure Guide for every reader, plus four mixed-metal bikes on test, the best budget kit and the pro cycling strategies you should try… or ignore!
Elsewhere, there are features on how to smash TT, track, road racing and hill climbing events, we take on Hotchillee’s London-to-Paris gravel event, head to Iceland to ride the new Lauf Seigla, and showcase much more from the world of cycling.
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The major bike test this month sees our chief reviewer Warren rating four bikes from Basso, Cotic, Dolan and Vaast, boasting titanium, steel, alloy and magnesium frames to see if there’s life beyond carbon. New gear
Cycling’s best tech section offers reviews of Specialized’s new Prevail 3 helmet, the best budget kit upgrades from just £2, new kit from Ortlieb, Udog, Sidi and more, Canyon’s Grail:ON CF 7 ebike, plus we travel to Iceland to ride the new Lauf Seigla. In-depth features
In Features, we analyse the pro cycling strategies you should replicate or ignore and take on Hotchillee’s new London-to-Paris event on gravel.
In Big Ride, deputy editor John Whitney rides the world-beating network of bike lanes in Copenhagen.And in the Training Zone section, there’s a masterclass on how to smash road racing, time trials, hill climbs and track events, plus recipes and the latest cycling science analysed. 52-page Adventure Guide […]