Vulpine founder, Nick Hussey, explains how to cope with any weather using our range. With tips for survival in any conditions.
Introducing Marcus & Kirsty, who tired of sitting in front of computer screens upped sticks (along with their tandem) and embarked on riding from Bristol to New Zealand. Part one of their dispatches comes from the journey across Europe… Continue reading Tandem Travels – Part One
An annual sportive in NYC? Yes – there are cyclists there! And as David Dunnico discovered a proper two-wheeled festival as 32,000 riders climb Manhattan island from the docks up through Harlem and on up into the Bronx.
Everyone loves a new bike! So does Vulpine employee & cycle style blogger Jools. So now she’s decided to get into road cycling, a whole new world was about to open up…
An idea turned to adventure, Jonathan Mutch conquered passes twice the height of your average French Alp on his way through the Himalayas. Here are his photos and words from his high altitude trip.
Nick blogs about Vulpine’s story from the inside. The trials and tribulations of setting up a cycling company from scratch.
We’ve picked out four outfits to see you through cycling in the unpredictable Autumn. From urban commuter cycling straight through to road cycling, we’ve got you covered this season… whatever the weather. Continue reading Autumn Outfits
So, how much kit do you need to ride across Europe? Multiple panniers & backpacks full of gear? Seasoned long distance rider Emily Chappell talks about her Transcontinental kit list… and some unfinished business with the race.
You won’t believe us. This review arrived without asking. Even better Adele Mitchell penned it – pro journo and MTB rider about a Harrington sold to her husband 3 years prior. We’d completely forgotten about it.
Camille McMillan wasn’t like other kids growing up in the seventies. He liked pro-cycling rather than football. And his favourite pro of the era, Didi Thurau, wasn’t a conventional hero either. Continue reading Big Daddy and My Puch