Holyrood committee rejects default 20mph speed limit
British Cycling says 20mph Restricted Roads Bill would make streets safer pedestrians and cyclists.
Mood music: Heavy metal makes drivers too agitated, but classical makes them too cool
You're better off with Taylor Swift, apparently.
A Message from the Council for Ill informed and Opinionated Bicycle Aesthetes
Oops! A quick gander at the road.cc bike rack reveals we've gone seriously off-message on this one… the wrong one just looks so right.
Ute driver brake checks cyclists causing crash
This video, from Victoria in Australia, shows a ute driver pass six cyclists before braking and turning off the road.
Team Ineos 'strangling the sport' says Bradley Wiggins
He argues that the future of cycling is all in one team and says Ineos will ‘park the bus’ at the Tour de France.
GT Grade 2020: Davey Arthur gives his first ride impressions
The first incarnation of the GT Grade was possibly the ultimate Marmite bike - some thought touched by the ugly stick, while others though it touched by genius… we’ve not met anyone who rode one that didn’t love it. So what’s the new version with adjustable geometry like? Find out here
road.cc in-house Near Miss of the Day + bonus slo-mo swearing
Our man Pat shares a moment he had out on the bypass on this morning's commute. One of those that demonstrates that the camera doesn't always give a true impression of how close a pass was - though it's pretty close and fast. It takes quite a lot to shake up an experienced rider like Pat, but a stiff drink (coffee we think) and he's back to his usual composed self now.
Trek reveals two new Madone SL Disc models
Trek has unveiled two new Madone models that become the cheapest disc brake Madones in the range. The Madone SL 6 and Madone SL 7 are made from a lower grade of carbon than the existing SLR models and feature a traditional-style handlebar and stem rather than a single-piece design.
Adam Blythe's shirts
If you've been watching the Giro on Eurosport (or the highlights on Quest) you'll have noticed Adam Blythe's shirts.
So have his co-presenters.
Another angle on that incident yesterday where a spectator threw a bike in the path of the Giro
— Sacha Modolo (@SachaModolo) May 30, 2019
Yesterday we featured the incident above when a spectator ran across the road to clear a bike left in the path of oncoming riders, today we got a much clearer view (in the second video clip) of what actually happened. The man in the hoodie has reportedly been arrested.