Cycling Active November 2011 issue

Cycling Active November 2011 issue

Cycling Active November 2011 issue is on sale from Wednesday October 12 in WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents, priced £3.99.

Here’s what’s in the packed new issue:

Front end: Cycling Active’s RESPECT agenda tackles staying safe on Britain’s roads.

First ride: Great deals on the highly-specced BeOne Mistral Race, and class by the basketful with the Cooper T250 Oporto.

Reviewed: Share your rides and show off your skills with 7 of the best bike- mountable movie cameras.

Feature: Check out what’s looking hot for next year with our 2012 wish list.

Tried and tested: The three biggest names in groupsets are put through their paces – on three less-well known bikes.

Gear: Fitting form with function, we take a look 7 of the best alternative bike shoes.

Kit: Stay snug and dry in autumn with the best clothing for the UK’s unpredictable weather.

Something special: Custom-built audax magnificence from the gentlemen at Longstaff.

Fitness: Make the most of autumn with our guides to running, recovering, and reinvigorating your cycling.

Weight-loss: Find out if our competition winners have dropped a jersey size.

Commuting: Back to school with Cycling Active’s ABC of pre-ride checks.

Rides: Head out at the first signs of good weather with rides in Birmingham, Cornwall, Yorkshire, and Pembrokeshire. Plus, where to find late-season sportives and events.

  • Rob Munning

    You might want to remind your readers to look at up to date maps before setting off on your featured rides.The Pembrokeshire loop from Narberth will need a little modifying as the newish by-pass to the South of Robeston Wathen has changed a couple of the turnings.