I've posted previously on how sports governing bodies can be stuck in a rut, with the need for funding becoming their guiding principle, rather than the actual needs of the sport they are attempting to support. It's an annoying aspect of the drip-down funding structure, which feeds off the perceptions of some public servant somewhere … Continue reading Doing Things Right
Across all UCI events, there is a minimum bike weight limit of 6.8kg (that's around 15lb to any SuperVets reading). Where the UCI got this number from is unknown, but is it really a valid rule in this day & age, where the governing body seemingly assuming there has been zero bike development in the … Continue reading Weight a minute.
In the 'good old days', i.e. any time before sportives existed, bike riders took a different route into road cycling through the cycling club structure, these days bike clubs are a secondary thought for most new riders, a place where it's perceived that you're not going to be fast/strong/committed enough to take part in club … Continue reading Bikeclubbing, we’re bikeclubbing, oh isn’t it wild?