Screenings of ‘Time Trial’, the David Millar documentary in Gloucester, Oxford and Birmingham

We are excited to present a rare chance to see Time Trial, the inside story of British cyclist David Millar’s final year in the professional peloton, on the big screen in Gloucester and Oxford. The access-all-areas film follows Millar through the 2014 season as he builds up for one more shot at the Tour de France. GLOUCESTERContinue reading “Screenings of ‘Time Trial’, the David Millar documentary in Gloucester, Oxford and Birmingham”

How to be a cycling champion: Michael Hutchinson in conversation

“If you want to turn yourself into a Merckx or a Froome, read Faster” – The Guardian “As if Bill Bryson had taken to two wheels” – The Financial Times.  Michael Hutchinson – 56-times national time trial champion, Cycling Weekly columnist, Hour Record expert, acclaimed author, former stand-up comedian and expert on the science ofContinue reading “How to be a cycling champion: Michael Hutchinson in conversation”

Matt Rendell’s Inside stories of the Tour de France

The ITV Tour de France commentator and acclaimed author shares his thoughts on the 2022 Tour and discusses his books on Colombians at the Tour, Marco Pantani and the history of cycling, in a series of events around the country in July and August, beginning the day after the Tour finale. Matt’s short run ofContinue reading “Matt Rendell’s Inside stories of the Tour de France”

Upcoming cycling chat nights

More dates and venues with the same (and different) guests to be confirmed shortly. Please follow for updates. Andy McGrath, Frank Vandenbroucke book launch night Former editor of Rouleur magazine introduces his new biography of the ill-fated 1990s Belgian star whose early promise was followed by a painful and tragic decline. Join us at: TuesdayContinue reading “Upcoming cycling chat nights”

Podcast: The inside story of British cycling’s Golden Age, with Kenny Pryde

How did British cycling become so successful – and how much do the allegations of doping, sexism and bullying undermine its legacy? In conversation, veteran cycling writer Kenny Pryde, who covered the sport in Britain long before its boom years, introduces his new investigative book on the project: ‘The Medal Factory: British Cycling and theContinue reading “Podcast: The inside story of British cycling’s Golden Age, with Kenny Pryde”