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Tips & Tales

25Apr
25Apr

Earlier this month we caught up with Editor Danielle Welton for a coffee and an exclusive behind the scenes insight into the new top cat in women's cycling publications.

20Apr
20Apr

Cycling Makes Everything Better

Comments| Posted in Guest Bloggers by Juliet Elliott, Award Winning Blogger and Multi-Talent!

Is cycling the key ingredient to making your day that extra bit better? Juliet ponders the idea in her latest blog. Warning: this post may contain references to cake.

20Apr
20Apr

Saddle discomfort is one of the most talked about subjects among female cyclists. Despite what you may believe, you really don't have to put up with it. So what's the key to keeping your "peach" happy? Some good padding is a starter for ten. All our shorts are women's specific, but here's an inside look at four of our favourites.

11Apr
11Apr

You've just caught wind of something rather interesting going down in your local urban jungle. Thankfully, you've also just sorted yourself out with some items from VeloVixen's top 5 city riding favourites, so you're 100% ready for action... What do you mean you haven't?! Well, you'd better keep reading then...

06Apr
06Apr

Battle on the Beach

Comments| Posted in News Events Video by Fran Whyte

How on earth did I end up racing Battle on the Beach? A drunken New Years Eve in Cardiff with friends. Midnight ticks by and suddenly there are lots of crazed drunken cyclists frantically entering Battle on the Beach.

I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into...

05Apr
05Apr

Be bike-ready for less than £90 with a pair of Urbanist Padded Knickers and a vibrant, super-comfortable Primal jersey.

01Apr
01Apr

Exciting news emerged earlier this week about a transformation in the humble female cycling chamois pad. Recognising what a personal issue getting the right chammy can be, Swedish design studio Olof Pir A.L. have created and patented the Inflady-PadTM - a pad designed to be ‘the perfect fit for every rider’.

29Mar
29Mar

Just why were we so blown away by Castelli's new chammy pad? Watch and find out - whilst witnessing Fran and Liz 'shimmy in their chammy'...

28Mar
28Mar

When we won the 2017 BikeBiz Award for Best Online Store in February, we were a bit taken aback. We'd beaten the biggest names in the business. And then we thought about it and realised - there are 17 reasons why we won...

23Mar
23Mar

Is there a better feeling than spinning along the lanes feeling the warmth of the sun and breeze against your legs? For me, this brings back memories of childhood, long days spent playing down at the BMX track, always in shorts (I remember this well due to the amount of times my mother smothered my scraped knees with iodine).

This got me thinking, when is it time to get the legs out? Surely simply because the sun is shining isn’t enough.

23Mar
23Mar

5 Ways to Prepare for Long Rides

Comments| Posted in Events Women's Cycling Guest Bloggers Top 10 Must Reads by Juliet Elliott, Award Winning Blogger and Multi-Talent!

In the spirit of challenging myself this year, I’ve decided to try my first long distance ride, cycling from Lands End to John O’ Groats. As someone who favours short, fast, intense racing such as criterium, I don’t regularly ride for longer than 90km. Here are 5 areas I'm going to focus on to prepare me for the LEJOG 960-mile-long route.

15Mar
15Mar

The Gabba's lightweight and wind/rain resistant design is second to none and it's fully breathable too! So why should you own one? Watch the video review to find out...

08Mar
08Mar

Entry to this competition is now closed

To celebrate the arrival of Castelli at VeloVixen, we're giving you to the chance to win yourself a complete Castelli outfit, comprising of a jersey, bottom half, socks and gloves, of your choice! You can pick from any of the products in our Castelli range, worth up to £220.

07Mar
07Mar

You don't have to be an experienced cyclist to go on a bike tour. I'm proof of that and if I could offer 4 pieces of advice to anyone thinking of hitting the road, this would be it...

06Mar
06Mar

Q. What do a 19th century Italian tailor, a designer for the Milan Ballet and the first ever lycra cycling shorts have in common?

A. They are all part of a rich 140 year history that's led to today's most recognised brand in cycling: Castelli.

Throw in a heart attack on a famous Italian climb, family feuds, Olympic gold medals and controversy in the pro peloton and it begins to sound more like a Sicilian soap opera than the backdrop to a cycling brand. But then again Castelli is no ordinary brand.

03Mar
03Mar

So you've got that chafing in your intimate downstairs area sorted, but NOW the only thing getting you down is your sports bra strap rubbing a hole in your skin, or perhaps you're suffering from a killer BLISTER. Whatever it is, we’ve got just the thing…

02Mar
02Mar

There are LOADS of chamois creams, gels and wipes out there, so what makes this one any different? Well, let’s start by making things real simple. We condensed the bulk into a lovely list of facts...

01Mar
01Mar

10 Cycling Rules to Follow (or Ignore)

Comments| Posted in Style Guest Bloggers by Juliet Elliott, Award Winning Blogger and Multi-Talent!

Are you curious to know how many faux pas you’re comitting? Would you like to break more of the rules intentionally, perhaps? Or on the other hand, maybe you’re a newbie and you like wearing the correct uniform for your sport? Read more to find out now!

28Feb
28Feb

Sport England’s joyful This Girl Can campaign has encouraged 2.8 million more women to jiggle, sweat (and pedal!) their way to fitness since its launch in 2015. February 2017 saw the first screening of the new campaign, and it struck a chord with Adele, who was invited along to see it.

13Feb
13Feb

Entry to this competition is now closed.

This month, throw your name into our competition cap for your chance to win a Findra Merino jersey AND a Findra Merino neck warmer of your choice.

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