The news scene is winding down as the world slows and Cornonavirus lockdown becomes a very real thing for a lot of people. Still, there is stuff going on in the cycling world, no doubt over the next few weeks and months you'll see riders, journalists, brands and influences getting creative in order to entertain those at home, alone! Let the good time roll....
One of our favourter riders shreds Llangollen with another two of our most watched, @veroniquesandler and @monetroseadams! Watch it, you'll see some great riding plus you'll learn how to say Llangollen in full Welsh
Granite Design make a load of small, innovative tools and accessories. The latest addition is this CO2 caddy that works with their Rockband frame strap, it looks neat, tidy and unable to mark your frame.
Cotic are so confident that you will love your new Cotic, that they are saying you will get your money back in 30 days if you aren't happy. We've ridden a load of these bikes and we don't think you'll be asking for a refund but you never know and the offer is there!
Last week was the time of the new Canyon Neuron:ON, this week the longer travel Spectral:ON got a makeover. The new bike gets an integrated battery and keeps its Shimano E8000 motor and 500wh battery. We reckon it looks pretty sleek, what do you think? Let us know in the comments.
Game of Bike Ep1 is an insane video of MTB vs moto trials bike and it's well worth a watch, the things Toni Bou can do on a bike is incredible.
Big news this week, Rockshox launched the latest edition of the SID fork, as well as the 32mm, 100mm XC racer fork, there is also a 35mm stanchion fork with 120mm of travel - looks interesting for some of those 'down country' bikes.
Sweet Protection has new gear out in the form of a new Trailblazer lid and large coverage Ronin glasses.
If you are riding on your own in these times we have some ideas for getting out safely when you are socially distancing yourself. Click here for the full article.
Tweedlove have rescheduled most of their events this year for later in August and September 2020. If you were entered, head to their website and see the new date which you entry will be transferred or ask for a refund.
After a very stressful, manic, strange, surreal couple of days (with many more to come, we’re sure) we just wanted to say a big old thank you to all of you have reached out with support. We’ve had to make some pretty big decisions over the last few days that changed the year we had planned completely, for not only ourselves but for you the riders and our partners across the board. The level of support we’ve had has been phenomenal and has made this whole crazy experience just that little bit easier, so THANK YOU! Thanks for the kind messages, emails, telephone calls and elbow pumps, we appreciate them all more than you’ll ever know. These are testing times for so many, but we can, and will, get through this together. TweedLove isn’t cancelled it’s just on hold and we cannot wait to see you all later in the year for the first event of the now very short TweedLove season. Stay safe and keep spreading that love – everyone needs it more than ever. The TweedLove team x