Entries by Azelia Torres

Glenn at the Velodrome – by Glenn Watson

Inspired by Neil and David Carter’s track articles I booked a Stage 1 Track Skills Session which included bike hire at the London Olympic Velodrome (aka Lee Valley Velopark). We (Nadine and I) arrived about an hour early, having driven down (as there is 4 hours of free parking for users of the Velopark), signed […]

Watford Velo Sport Club Wahoo Zwift-off

Thursday night we hosted Watford Velo Sport for a wahoo zwift-off to see who amongst them would come out best in an omnium style competition.  The best out of three events; Box Hill climb, London Classique 5km, the Mall sprint 200m, with the idea that maybe there might be a surprising winner.   We’re in […]

Look 695zr Bike Review by Laurent Audibert

For those of you who like music, this review is technically my second album with all the risks and consequences it can have… So I’m grateful that Azelia & Neil have asked me to test the Look 695 for it, what a bike it is! Aesthetically, I absolutely love it. The 695 (unlike its big […]


Track Cycling by David Carter

Last year I rode the Imperial Winter Series at Hillingdon, it was cold and wet, my fitness was questionable and I boasted a palmarès of eight mid pack finishes. Not exactly inspiring for the year ahead. All in all this resulted in a lowly peak at the end of February when the racing community is […]

Cycle Right Zwift Shop Ride Tuesday Nights

It has taken a while to set up our virtual shop ride on zwift, there was quite bit of back and forth but eventually the guys behind the scene at Zwift organised a slot for us every Tuesday night at 7.30pm.  Last Tuesday was our first official shop ride event and we had seventy plus […]

Learning to ride the Velodrome – by Neil

Since the London Olympics in 2012, I’ve been keen to ride the velodrome.  A month back David Carter (aka Coach DC) messaged me with a date to do our Level One accreditation. It was an early start to arrive at Stratford for the eight o’clock session but when we arrived my anticipation was palpable.  It […]

A review of Storck Aernario by Laurent

Not being at all familiar with Storck bikes, I was really looking forward to seeing what the Aernario was like. Upon first impression looking at the bike, you might think that the frame looks a bit austere in dark matt finish.  I was quickly surprised though, as the paint allows the light to run beautifully […]


Cycling Geneva to Nice by Duncan Chorley

Paul and I rode London to Paris 3 years ago, it was the start of our recreational cycling.  Great event that we both really enjoyed. We had done a couple of long events, the London revolution and the Surrey 100 miles.  Time was right for something a bit bigger. Paul took the lead and sent […]