Lots of women love Liv bikes; the women specific versions of Giant bicycles designed completely on a women's geometry, rather than the shrink it and pink it attitude to many other manufacturers. Personally? Well I find that no matter what frame size i look at the reach is always too much for me. Could the … Continue reading Liv announces Devote Series of women specific gravel bikes
Now you see it happened like this... ...my first clipless shoes were unisex (possibly mens) and I bought them from Decathlon to go with my first clipless pedals. I bought a size 41 because I was told your cycling shoes should be at least one size larger than your normal everyday shoes (39), and having … Continue reading Look Keo Classic 3 – initial thoughts
Cycling makes you fat. Well, according to cycle clothing manufacturers it must do, because how on earth does a woman who normally buys size 10 or size 12 (UK sizes for our continental friends) possibly end up with LARGE shorts and an EXTRA LARGE jersey? Seriously? An average UK women is a UK14-16. That would … Continue reading Does cycling make you fat?
I have nothing against attractive young women on podiums, hopefully earning a decent living from what will be a short lived career. So long as the women involved are not being exploited, and are there of their own free will and career choices, and they are adequately and fairly represented in wage negotiations. I do however … Continue reading Women’s representation in cycling
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