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The Critérium du Dauphiné: Wiggins Rides in Brian Robinson's Tracks

Bradley Wiggins won the Critérium du Dauphiné to become the third British rider to win it. We pay tribute to the first, Brian Robinson • Jun 12, 2011

La Loire à Vélo en fête

The Loire à Vélo en fête is a celebration of cycling that takes place along the Loire's premier cycle route on July 2 • Jun 06, 2011

Books About Cycling in France

Here are some books about cycling in France to help inspire your own trip • May 12, 2011

The Art of Cycling

Thanks to the blogosphere and Twitter, I've stumbled across a few random links to cycling and art lately • May 09, 2011

Les 4 jours de Dunkerque

Dunkirk's annual pro-cycling race is the premiere festival of cycling in Nord-Pas-de-Calais • Apr 26, 2011

Robbie's Global Guitar Ride Reaches France

Robbie Sage has arrived in France on his Global Guitar Ride – keep an eye out for him if you're in France • Apr 06, 2011

Interview: Emma Philpott, Adventure Cyclist

Emma Philpott has cycled all over Europe. She chats to us about her time in France • Apr 05, 2011

Interview: Emma Davies, Champion British Cyclist

Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Emma Davies is a familiar face on the roads of the Côte d'Azur • Apr 05, 2011

Gift Ideas for Cycling Mums

With Mother's Day in the UK on April 3, I thought it timely to write a list of gift ideas for all the cycling mums out there • Mar 22, 2011

When will cyclists (and their bikes) be welcome on board buses?

Will a new campaign to boost journeys by bus and coach allow cyclists to get on board? • Mar 17, 2011

Guest blog: London to Cannes charity bike ride

From the British capital to the south of France in six days. Richard Trillo has this wrap of the last two days of the 1500km Aedas London to Cannes charity ride • Mar 09, 2011

Guest blog: London to Cannes charity bike ride

Richard Trillo blogs from the 1500km Aedas London to Cannes charity bike ride, which left Chanas in the Rhône-Alpes this morning after passing the halfway mark • Mar 07, 2011

Guest blog: London to Cannes charity bike ride

Richard Trillo is on the road in France as part of the 1500km Aedas London to Cannes charity ride. Here's how the first few days went • Mar 06, 2011

Guest blog: London to Cannes charity bike ride

The 1500km Aedas London to Cannes charity ride is under way – Richard Trillo blogs from the road • Mar 05, 2011

Interview: Ian Fehler, Australian Mountain Biker

Ian Fehler runs a mountain bike tour company from his base in South Australia. He's an annual visitor to the trails of the Alps • Feb 25, 2011

It's all downhill from here...

I'm no MTBer, so I asked Amie Marsh, of the Morzine-based downhill group Dirty Girls Ride, for the lowdown on the various types of mountain biking. Here's what she's come up with. • Feb 22, 2011

Interview: Amie Marsh, Dirty Girls Ride

We catch up with Amie Marsh, founder of Dirty Girls Ride, a Morzine mountain bike group for women • Feb 22, 2011

Interview: Catherine Crone, MD Cycle Tour Company

Catherine Crone is former MD of cycle tour company Headwater. She chats about her love of France and (non-hilly) cycling • Feb 10, 2011

Interview: Travelling Two Founder, Friedel

We catch up with Friedel, from the popular Travelling Two cycle touring website. She shares her memories of cycling in France • Feb 06, 2011

Interview: Robbie Sage, Adventure Cyclist

Robbie Sage is embarking on a worldwide adventure that combines cycling and music – here's how France shaped his trip • Feb 06, 2011

It all started when ...

How my bad French resulted in Freewheeling France (or welcome to my first blog) • Feb 05, 2011

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