Cycling iQ

The unexpected popularity of Cycling iQ s Vertical limit series of articles, reviewing twenty years of change in the bicycle industry from the first days of mail-order to the present dynamic online marketplace appears to justify a separate page. It s recommended to start with the prelude, then click through the series via links at … Read more

Cycling iQ

Ahead of every new pro cycling season, the UCI publishes its calendars for the World Tour and respective Continental Circuits here. All of the basic event information is tabled in a neat way but it s hard to visualise. Following is a simple map (click here for larger version) of all scheduled UCI World Tour, … Read more


Interested in knowing where members of the bicycle industry go during the year to show off new products? I m not aware of any site that lists and visualises international bike exhibitions in a user-friendly way, so hopefully the infographic (click here for larger version), map and table combination below achieves that. Notes: all components … Read more

Sarvesh Sangarya diary: the Belgian racing algorithm

After his original travel plans were foiled by a third collarbone break in less than 18 months, Sarvesh finally touched down in Brussels earlier this month to begin another racing block in the heartland of European road cycling. Words: Sarvesh Sangarya It s been nearly three weeks since I arrived here in Belgium and when … Read more

What does the future hold for Italian bike brands?

It seems that whenever mainstream media talks about road bikes, Italian brands feature frequently as the ultimate representation of our aspirations while, in contrast, those from Taiwan are suggested as affordable stepping stones to something better. But despite powerful brand narratives, virtually all famous Italian brands have pivoted to Taiwan (or further afield in Asia) … Read more

Route planning | Cycling iQ

Cycling iQ has undergone a few subtle design changes over the years, but has always remained locked firmly within its scope: the sport and business of cycling in the Asia-Pacific region. Nothing lasts forever though, so I d like to make sure readers are well-informed about what to expect in future. I ve never conducted … Read more is available for sale. We've fully set up the website and recovered the original content.Buy Now
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