Jack Thurston visits a man planning to spend 2015 just riding his bike
29 Dec 2014 | Posted by Jack Thurston | Categories: Sports Cycling, Travel & Adventure Cycling
Steve's bike room - might need a tidy-up
It’s the longest standing record in cycling. Some say it can’t be broken and few have even tried. But on 1 January 2015, a little known British cyclist will begin a year of cycling with the intention of surpassing the 75,065 miles that Tommy Godwin rode way back in 1939.
Brooks Sponsored Angus Edmond Reports Back on CX in the UK
9 Dec 2014 | Posted by Angus Edmond | Categories: Bicycles, Correspondence, Events, Friends, Sports Cycling
My trip to England for the UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Milton Keynes, started with me leaving my keys at work (a 15km bike ride each way). But this was ok, because I had a little time up my sleeve and everything was packed and ready to roll. The second hitch came when I took a second look at my boarding pass, and realised I needed to be at the airport 40 minutes earlier than I had thought. This brought on a bout of nausea and caused my hands to shake. To cap it off the airport bus too was late and this was one flight I did not want to miss.
Introducing our Sponsored Rider Angus Edmond
28 Nov 2014 | Posted by GUEST | Categories: Bicycles, Correspondence, Events, Friends, Sports Cycling
I have ridden bikes all my life, but it didn’t really become an obsession until I moved to Copenhagen from New Zealand. There are no mountains to climb, no rivers to paddle, so I had to figure out what it was that I could do here. Biking became it.
This month Juliet questions her own sanity
20 Nov 2014 | Posted by Juliet Elliott | Categories: Bicycles, Monthly highlights, Sports Cycling, Stories
Sometimes I wonder what on earth I’m doing. It’s cold, I’m tired and I need some time to relax and simply do nothing. But totally exhausted from a full week of work, I find myself pulling on lycra rather lounging in bed with a cup of tea.
Jack Thurston joins the Brooks Blog to share his love of The Transcontinental Race
27 Oct 2014 | Posted by Jack Thurston | Categories: Events, Sports Cycling, Travel & Adventure Cycling
Cycle sport loves its history. There’s a romance to the historic races that date back to the time when bicycles really were the fastest things on the roads, races that have been contested by the greats of the sport in every generation. But how are new races born, new legends made?
Tino Pohlmann captures the spirit of vintage riding in Tuscany
24 Oct 2014 | Posted by Oliver | Categories: Events, Heritage, Monthly highlights, Sports Cycling, Style & Fashion
Following on from the first gallery we presented from L’Eroica 2014, we felt it only right to share a few more images that convey the majesty of this wonderful event.
21 Oct 2014 | Posted by Juliet Elliott | Categories: Bicycles, Events, Friends, Sports Cycling
I didn’t think I’d be bothered. A summer of illness with less time on the bike than I’d like, an unhealthy diet of booze and pizza not to mention the odd sneaky cigarette… hell no I didn’t want to race Red Hook Crit! And then with plane tickets and time off work and what not, the race just wasn’t on my calendar.
Guest blogger Bike Snob NYC rides L'Eroica
13 Oct 2014 | Posted by Bike Snob NYC | Categories: Bicycles, Correspondence, Events, Heritage, Monthly highlights, Saddles, Bags, Etc., Sports Cycling, Stories
“So what’s the best ride you’ve ever done?”
Brooks England head to Tuscany
7 Oct 2014 | Posted by Oliver | Categories: Bicycles, Events, Friends, Heritage, Monthly highlights, Sports Cycling, Travel & Adventure Cycling
As proud sponsors of L’Eroica, every year we arrive in Tuscany with a team to tackle the challenging ride and the 2014 edition of L’Eroica was no different.
Brooks England heads to Goodwood to witness the BWC
29 Jul 2014 | Posted by Oliver | Categories: Bicycles, Events, Friends, Sports Cycling
Brooks England had the pleasure of sponsoring this year’s Brompton World Championships. The 2014 edition of the race took place at Goodwood in West Sussex on Sunday 27th July. As always there was an eclectic selection of outfits and customised Bromptons, many of course equipped with Brooks saddles and accessories.