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Criterium Cycles Bobbin Bikes Main Image
Oct 20 2016

Bobbin Bikes are here!

If you are looking for a stylish, practical and beautifully made bike in a range of gorgeous colours (gents and ladies) that you can accessorise to your heart's content (think baskets, bells and bags!) then Bobbin Bikes are just for you. Oh, and they are terrific value as well. Check...

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Winter Cycling is fun Trek Crockett 7 in full Autumn Winter mode Main Image
Oct 17 2016

Winter Cycling is Fun

As winter approaches, all of us find ourselves wondering how to ensure our continued cycling enjoyment? One option is to consider a winter bike. Criterium Cycles has a Trek Crockett 7 on its fleet so we gave it the once over to see how to prepare it for perfect Winter...

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Criterium Cycles Bike Shops for Women Main Image
Oct 12 2016

Bike Shops for Women

At Criterium Cycles, we try and do things differently and challenge the traditional norms. One of the trickier areas to get right is how to make sure that all cyclists are being catered for, men and women. In this blog we set out what we think needs to change and...

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Sep 10 2016

All or Nothing for Froome

The Vuelta a Espana comes down to the last competitive stage today, the 193 km stage from Benidorm to the summit finish at Alto de Aitana. It's an absolute brute and following yesterday's incredible win by Chris Froome in the Time Trial, it promises to be an epic battle for...

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Criterium Cycles The Physics of drafting Main Image
Sep 07 2016

The Physics of Drafting

On Stage 15 of the Vuelta a Espana, a mistake by Team Sky early in the race allowed Nairo Quintana to open up an assailable gap. Chris Froome tried to bridge the gap but despite being one of the finest riders of his generation, he couldn't get riders around him...

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