As we round the final area into the holiday season, all of us now at CyclingTips are looking forward to rolling to a stop, unclipping and taking a breather.
This year has been historically challenging for just about everyone on countries around the world, and it’s been no different for this community. But in the chaos swirling around us, many of us help find( or re-found) saving in cycling. Even if our movement was abridged, the bicycle represented flee.
The turbulence of- well, everything- had far-reaching impacts on the hastening schedule, as well as the industry as a whole. But some things were a constant- we all affection motorcycles, and enjoy telling fibs about them.
In the chaos twirling around us, many of us acquired saving in cycling.
a 2020 wrapper
In 2020, we published close to 2,000 sections- that’s a whole lot of report, tech, analysis, adventure, thoughtfulnes and escapism.
On the tech figurehead, we’ve handled two big Field Tests- a gravel-centric one in Sedona, Arizona and a road-oriented one in Bright, Australia which we’re provoked to bring you early next year. We’ve written tomes about chain-waxing, become acquainted with BabyMakers, and reviewed everything from corkscrews to ebikes.
Racing was on-again and off-again, but somewhat improbably, it objective up being a jolly marvelous season. Over that time we reported from on the ground at the Tour de France, throughout the Australian summer, and at the ill-fated UAE Tour, and flooded all the major overcomes outside of that remotely. And when the classics were postponed, we even found a way to let you imagine they weren’t.
Outside of that, we’ve been proud to break major storeys- like the UCI’s dalliance with a authoritarian– and silly little ones. We’ve reported on Garmin’s woes, botched squad takeovers, creepy pack, and virtual Safaruss de France.
It was a big year for our stable of four podcasts, more- the CyclingTips Weekly, Nerd Alert, Freewheeling and From the Top. Meanwhile, our video crew throw in a villain time despite limitations on product propels, racing, and even- at times- the ability to ride outside. Make sure you subscribe to the Youtube channel to keep up with all the latest.
This year the CyclingTips crew has been an increase with the additives of Jose Been, Abby Mickey, Ronan Mc Laughlin, Mike Better and Luke Oakley. We’ve too been proud to grow our VeloClub community, which provokes our novelists to follow their muses, and provides invaluable stability and support.
VeloClub members receive our finest work of the year in book in our CyclingTips Annual, which is shipping now, as well as 20% off in the CyclingTips store( including our sweetened new Rapha x CyclingTips collaboration equipment ). To know more about body, head here.
This year has felt a little like pedalling into an everlasting headwind, but we’re hoping that the winds shift in 2021. We’ll be taking it easy and things will be a bit quieter over the next week or so, but we’ll be back and shooting on all cylinders early in the brand-new year.
Until then, safe riding, a restful festivity season, and our sincere thanks for your companionship this year.
How did we do in 2020? What stories did you adore? What would you like to see more of? What would you like to see less of? Feel free to let us know in specific comments below.
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