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Glass Smooth

Glass Smooth

So we were chatting in the office, right, about the best *bit* of the road we’d ever been over. I don’t mean a long stretch or a climb or anything romantic, I mean when you know there’s that awful, pot holed section on your local route and then finally it’s been...
5 Tips For Getting into Bike Racing

5 Tips For Getting into Bike Racing

So you’ve had some success on the bike and you’re competitive with your friends or your club compatriots. You want to take it to the next level and see if you can stay with the bunch in a race or maybe you think you are strong enough to win your first crit! Maybe you...
How to approach a time trial with your power meter

How to approach a time trial with your power meter

What does a cyclist (one like me anyway) do when they do a time trial for the first time? I’ll tell you: 3,2,1 GO and it’s a sprint to get up to speed, and by half a kilometer I am slumping into the saddle, legs filling with lactic acid. Now it’s directly into...
Podcast – A Sense of Power

Podcast – A Sense of Power

Mike our MD recently cycled over to see Nic Tilling of Roadstarz to do a podcast. It is a really interesting insight into Avio, cycling, power meters and our founders Mike and Darryl and the business of start ups! Listen to the whole podcast on Spotify, its 30 mins of...
5 Pro Points on Using Your Power Meter for a Hill Climb

5 Pro Points on Using Your Power Meter for a Hill Climb

Hill climbs are some of the most historic and well loved bike races in the UK as well as the US. In fact the oldest continual bike race in the world is claimed by them to be Catford Cycling Club. The first Catford Cycling Club Hill Climb was held at Westerham Hill on...