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The Derny by Graham Watson

Noisy, smoky and often ridden by a bloke with a beard, Dernys are an integral part of track racing

Plum bike shop Ghent Daniel Gould

In 1910 Pol Desnerk and his wife Coralie opened a tiny bike shop in Bagattenstraat in Ghent. They were an ambitious couple and soon realised a shop wasn’t enough; Pol…

Six Day from Cycling Weekly archive

In a sport that is constantly changing, six-day racing is one of the few remaining links to the past. Often ridden on the old, pre-250m Olympic-standard tracks of Europe, six-days…

Photo: Bernard Thompson for Cycling Weekly

Leicester track was awkward, anachronistic and open to the vagaries of the weather. But it was loved by riders — many of whom started their track cycling careers racing here…

Cycling Weekly Box Hill sportive 2014

The year is drawing to a close, but there's plenty of cycling left to do, watch, read about and follow

Condor Cycles

Condor Cycles is more than just a bike shop; it’s a veritable church of British road and track cycling. Some of Britain’s best riders have raced on Condor bikes, including…

August 13 cover

Cycling Weekly August 13 2015 issue on sale from Thursday priced £2.99 News Yorkshire racing under threat WorldTour continues apace Cav and Wiggo back on track What to do this…