If you dwell in the south of the UK, you’ll have noticed the sheet of white that descended from the skies a couple of days ago. This is called snow and we almost never get to see it. It’s absolutely beautiful but it comes with a downside – cycling becomes a real pain in the behind, if it’s possible at all. Most people stay home (especially during COVID), but for the hardcore; those desperate to get out on two wheels, here’s a few tips on how to stay safe (and on your bike) while you’re out there.
Rumour is brewing, and has been for some time now, that the 2021 (formerly 2020) Olympic Games in Japan could be cancelled outright. Is there any truth to this?
As you may or may not be aware, English cyclist Adam Yates joined INEOS Grenadiers cycling team over the winter break and, as a result, he and his brother Simon now find themselves in direct competition with each other. Let’s have a look at some of the great sibling rivalries in sports.
Fairy-tale endings are so rare in the world of sports because, by and large, those at the very top simply do not know when to quit. Cavendish appears to be bucking the trend.
We at Veloflow focus, generally, on road cycling but, on this occasion, we look to the track. Baugé was a nine-time world champion, four-time Olympic medalist and 2009 winner of the Velo ‘Or, missing out, only, on the Olympic gold which would have been the crowning achievement of an already illustrious career. Certainly, worthy of a little retrospective.