Following the news that Alex Dowsett is going to reattempt the cycling Hour Record, we’re looking back at Hour Record bikes of old, with a brief history of how the record has developed over the years.
The British time trial specialist has held the cycling Hour Record before, but it was during a period of popularity for the gruelling event and the record was his for just 36 days before Wiggins made it his own.
Dowsett has long been a proponent for optimising his equipment, and throughout 2020 he … Pictures and more
In the 1950’s resident cats began disappearing in Sandpoint, Idaho. A local hermit was suspected, and his house searched. Inside, authorities found the bodies and hides of numerous local cats that had gone missing… It was reported that the man enjoyed cat stew, and as a result, was soon hauled off to the asylum and forgotten.
Until now. Rumor has it that he has escaped.
Riders: Joey Sacket, Jasper Gibson, Kix Kamp and Zeppelin Zeerip
Last Sunday Tracey Hannah said goodbye to UCI DH World Cup racing. And if you thought Tracey would go out quietly, you don’t know the girl! She sent it hard, battling to stay ahead of the time and unfortunately crashed at the end. She went back on her bike and crossed the finish line like the champion she is! Tracey didn’t take any different approach to this race. You would think since it’s the last one she could chill but that has never been her spirit and she always have given the best. It’s pretty incredible to think someone can step away from the circuit by knowing you’re still one of the fastest women in the world! We followed Tracey closely on this special week to get an insight onto this last dance!
We also gifted her a full pink helmet signed by all the riders on site. You can see what they all had to say for Tracey at the end of the video.
Surfer Conor Maguire has claimed what may be Ireland’s largest ever swell it was almost on his doorstep at Mullaghmore in County Sligo.
The area, which generally produces waves of 6-9 metres (20-30ft) in height, was hit by a rare coincidence of conditions: the swell from Hurricane Epsilon on top of a mid-Atlantic depression which produced waves breaking almost a mile out and touching, perhaps, 18 metres in height
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