Cycling Review: MAMIL

Recently, the Dabbs went out on the town for a viewing of MAMIL, a new documentary about cycling from co-directors Eleanor Sharpe and Nickolas Bird. For those unaware, MAMIL stands for Middle Aged Men in Lycra. This is a reference to the rise in middle aged men who have taken up cycling in the last... Continue Reading →

Cycling Review: Velochef

Today we take a look at Velochef, a cycling-specific recipe book by Team Sky Racing chef Henrik Orre. We found this to be a really trendy cookbook. Orre divides his recipes into three sections; before training, during training and after training. Any cyclist or athlete will find countless recipe ideas to assist their training. It's... Continue Reading →

Cycling Review: ‘The Program’

In today's Cycling Review we take a look at The Program, starring Ben Foster (Freaks and Geeks, X-Men:The Last Stand) and Chris O'Dowd (The IT Crowd, Bridesmaids), The Program is a biopic about Lance Armstrong's rise to the top of the cycling world, and his dramatic fall from grace. Directed by Stephen Frears (High Fidelity, The Queen), The Program is... Continue Reading →

Cycling Review: ‘The Secret Race’

Today we are taking a look at The Secret Race, by Tyler Hamilton and Daniel Coyle. We found this book to be a gripping, no holds barred look into the underbelly of the professional cycling world. It serves as both a biography and confession of former professional cyclist Tyler Hamilton. Through a series of interviews... Continue Reading →

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