This is a turbulent time for cycling, for retail, for politics. Actually, for our world as a whole.
These are our year end thoughts - things are not nearly as downbeat as you might think!
It may seem counterintuitive adding another layer into your summer kit mix, but, believe it or not, it can actually help keep you cooler. Find out how...
Like the sport itself, cyclists are a hugely diverse bunch. Much as those in the anti-bike brigade like to think it, we’re actually not all the same. We are everyone. Inciting wars between road users and slagging off everyone who likes riding a bike shouldn’t be the last acceptable form of bigotry.
I've been organising Spring cycling holidays in southern Spain, and speaking to a lot of potential participants. It's been really revealing. Why are so many worried about letting others down, when they're perfectly capable?
I want to see women taking ownership of their enjoyed sport, I want to see them unapologetic for wanting to be somewhere and looking for reassurance from nobody but themselves.
In a world in which we're bombarded by ways to compare ourselves to others, it can all feel a bit overwhelming. It's easy not to appreciate your own achievements.
All the more reason, Juliet argues, to take stock of where you are and where you’ve come from, comparing yourself against no one else but… yourself!
Cycling role model Anna Glowinski takes no prisoners when it comes to women's cycling. This is an important 15 minutes from someone who can talk the talk - but really walk the walk too.
When news emerged earlier this week about the launch of Pinarello's new e-bike, the Nytro, at first it seemed like a solid, positive step from a major bike manufacturer to catch the growing wave of e-bike sales.
But then the Pinarello marketing department got hold of it. And that's where the trouble began.
The shadow of sexism still hangs over cycling with some well publicised cases in recent months. However there is no doubt things are improving. VeloVision caught up with our founder, Phil, and operations manager, Fran to chat about the opportunities and challenges facing women in cycling today.
Diane Jeggo joins presenter and journalists Rebecca Charlton and Laura Winter to talk #TokenAttractiveFemale and to discuss where women are in the media's coverage of cycling. Prepare for sparks to fly!
Diane Jeggo discussed where mass participation women's cycling is today with two of the women most deeply embedded in it - Cycling UK's Julie Rand and Head of HSBC Breeze, Becki Morris.
As we lift our jaws from the floor, we recommend you put your hot drink down as this list is in equal parts amusing, as it is appalling.
When we started looking for Anna’s Legs Ambassadors we knew it was a blank canvas, I (Anna) know that I share similar values for both business and women’s cycling as VeloVixen. We decided to see what came in, make a shortlist and then discuss on merit who we felt would represent our brands, with shared values…
Elle Linton is a fitness-instructor, blogger, health expert and business-woman. She was already known to VeloVixen, and her application stood out to me as well. I was intrigued by her busy lifestyle and the many strings to her bow. Self-employed, self-made, a sports enthusiast, a good communicator, a creative and passionate about mixing work and pleasure I was instantly intrigued. With a great recommendation from VeloVixen after already working with her on other projects, we welcomed Elle on-board and had a chat.
I first met Lee Craigie on a wet and wild weekend at Plas y Brenin in Wales. It was the kind of weather I felt suited the tough, adventurous Scot, a woman who seems stronger than the elements and unfazed by anything.