The Geometry Spectrum

In recent years bike geometry has become a big talking point among riders. Longer reach, slacker head-angle, steeper seat tube, longer wheel base and the perpetual argument about if chainstays should be growing or shrinking. These are but a few of the aspects that make-up a good balanced frame design. But the numbers tend to…Read more The Geometry Spectrum

Rewarded

No good deed goes unrewarded, so the saying goes. Some people would warn against emotional attachment to objects, they would say that a bike is simply a tool that serves a function, versatile it may be it is still a just a utilitarian object. I am not one of those people, having spent the long…Read more Rewarded

Got Soul

Going fast on a bike, or in my case, moderately fast requires a few key elements including but not limited to confidence on and in the bike. If your confidence in the bike is shaken either through potential mechanical, the something not feeling right or the dreaded rattle of something that is definitely not right.…Read more Got Soul

Tour De Ben Nevis 2014

No Fuss's Tour De Ben Nevis is one of those events that makes first timers question why they entered. But this is no bucket list race that you simply tick off and move on from, it gets under your skin. Once raced and short term memory loss helps you to forget the lactic acid and…Read more Tour De Ben Nevis 2014