The Rideout series has had a bit of a break for the winter months but we thought we'd chuck in a little impromptu event for the week after Christmas, the road.cc 'Turkey Burner' on Tuesday 29th December.
The perfect excuse to escape the in-laws and test that new kit you received from Santa.
Well, we thought we'd head off at 11am for a few miles at a relaxed pace around Bath on some of our favourite 'kit testing routes', then chuck in a cake stop or something before returning to road.cc HQ where we'll scour the office to see what Christmas schwag we can give away.
Plenty of the road.cc staff and club members will be on hand so we're going to be able to run at least a couple of groups depending on ability and average speed so whatever you ride and however you ride it don't be shy, get your name down.
If that sounds good to you, click here to book your free place and we'll see you on the day.
Don't forget we've still got our January Swindon and February Chichester rideouts to come early in 2016 so if you can't make the Turkey Burner click the links and enter those instead.
This is just one of the events we’re planning for team road.cc members, so if you fancy joining the club – it’s £14.95 a year, for which you’ll receive socks and stickers worth £10.99, £20 off a road.cc classic argyle jersey and 10% off everything in the road.cc shop, plus you'll get a membership card entitling you to discounts at various cafes and shops throughout the country – have a look here.
As part of the Tech Hub here at F-At Digital, our senior product reviewer Stu uses the knowledge gained from putting well over a 1,000 products through their paces (including hundreds of bikes) to write in-depth reviews of a huge range of kit. After first throwing his leg over a race bike back in 2000, Stu's ridden more than 160,000 miles on road, time-trial, track, and gravel bikes, and while he's put his racing days behind him he still likes to smash the pedals rather than take things easy. Although, as he spends a fair bit of his time reviewing ebikes these days he's becoming an expert in letting the motor take the strain. He's also waiting for 23mm race tyres to make a comeback!