Recently published: BikeRadar - VC Walcot hill climb tech gallery

Though aero is undoubtedly the buzzword of our times, weight weenie culture remains alive and well on the UK hill climb scene. 

UCI rules don’t apply to these races because they’re managed by the CTT, and it’s rulebook is much looser. The 6.8kg bike weight limit means nothing here (you can also wear whatever socks you like)…

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Commissioned by Jack Luke.

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Recently Published: BikeRadar - Andrew Feather, 2018 British Hill Climb Champion, performs a VO2 max test at Bath University

VO2 max is one of the key performance metrics in cycling, and we’ve found a full-time solicitor (the reigning men’s British Hill Climb Champion, no less) with an aerobic engine large enough to compete at the Tour de France.

BikeRadar’s Jack Luke and Joe Norledge have been collaborating with Andrew Feather as part of our Hill Climb Diaries series. Last week, in a bid to find out exactly how good Andrew is, we took him to the University of Bath’s Human Performance Laboratory to get tested…

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Commissioned by Jack Luke.

You can find my other work for BikeRadar on my authors page.

Street Pussy, Bristol, September 2019

Autumn is definitely here. The light is lovely, but it’s starting to get colder. A few more days on sunshine left yet though, hopefully.

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