Escape to the country: Cycling Plus previews Rapha’s Paris-Roubaix homage, A Day in Hell, which loops from North London… and is coming to a city near you this April  – Cycling Plus, issue 415

Pedalling pilgrimage: Gravel biking from Florence to Rome, Italy – Red Bulletin UK, November 23 issue

Destination: Verbier – Cycling Plus, issue 410

Worlds collide: Charlie Allenby heads up hill and down dale in a mixed-terrain taster of this September’s first-ever Struggle Borderlands road and gravel weekender in Yorkshire – Cycling Plus, issue 409

Testing the water: Cross-country swimming in the Lake District, UK – Red Bulletin UK, August/September 23 issue

Hell of a Ride: Charlie Allenby gets in deep at the Hell of the Ashdown, Kent’s cruel February opener to the sportive season – Cycling Plus, issue 405

Ridgeway rider: my 360-mile cycle ride from Dorset to Norfolk – The Guardian

Epic Epping: Exploring London’s ancient woodland by bike – The Independent

The best cycling routes in the UK – Conde Nast Traveller

The 5 nicest cycling routes in London – Conde Nast Traveller

Track and field – Superstore Wilderness

15 things to do in Aldeburgh:
Fancy a trip to the coast? Find seaside walks, cosy pubs, incredible fish and chips and more great things to do in Aldeburgh, Suffolk – Time Out London

The 8 best things to do in Marlow right now: Have the perfect day in Marlow with Michelin-starred grub, riverside walks and the cosiest of pubs – Time Out London

Health and fitness

For watt it’s worth: Is ‘running power’ a revolution in real-time analysis or just another date field to disregard – Men’s Fitness, May 23

Find your level: Continuous Glucose Monitoring wearables are on the rise, but what insight do they actually provide? Charlie Allenby  breaks down all things blood sugar – Men’s Fitness, January 23

Master your metabolism: Previously limited to elite athletes, London’s latest super gym offers metabolic testing to the masses. Charlie Allenby headed along to Precision Health to see what he could learn – Men’s Fitness, October 22

Time Out tries… Cannabliss, the fitness class with a CBD buzz: Can a CBD patch really help with a work out? We tried Gymbox’s new exercise class to find out – Time Out London

Why you’re getting cramp at the end of a marathon – and what to do about it – Runner’s World UK

A beginner’s guide to heart rate variability – Runner’s World UK

What does my wee say about me?: Talking about your wee can be a bit embarrassing, but how often you go to the loo – and what comes out when you do – could be your body trying to tell you something. Charlie Allenby reveals how to make sure urine tip top shape… – Balance, June 18

Is perfectionism fuelling a mental health meltdown?: How teaching yourself to accept flaws and mistakes could have a positive impact on your outlook – Balance, June 18


Why has cycling become a hotbed for sportswashing?: Charlie Allenby investigates sportswashing in cycling, from state sponsorship of WorldTour teams to the reach of sovereign wealth funds across the industry Bike Radar

Spring into action: 21 ways to get your season off to a flying start – Cycling Weekly, 16 March 23

The A to Z of training jargon: Don’t know your Lt1 from your LT2, your W/kg from your W’? Charlie Allenby provides a no-nonsense glossary to get you up to speed with all the terminology you’ll need – Cycling Weekly, 11 August 22

Why heart rate still matters: It might play second fiddle to power in the modern hierarchy of training metrics, but heart rate should not be overlooked, argues Charlie Allenby, as he explores BPM’s unceasing relevance – Cycling Weekly, 23 June 22

How 3D printing is changing design and manufacturing in the bike industry – Bike Radar

Zwift vs Wahoo X vs TrainerRoad: the three leading indoor cycling apps tested back-to-back – Bike Radar

Diary of a Zwift Academy rider – Bike Radar

Inside the life of a Tour de France doctor – rouleur.cc

General interest

Rack and roll: From pubs to pay-per-view TV, pool is now a world-class sport. Here’s how the sharks pot the big-money prizes – Red Bulletin, July 23

Top gunner: Oracle Red Bull Racing’s Matt Caller on what it takes to be a cog in the well-oiled machine that is the world’s best Formula 1 pit crew – Red Bulletin, June 23

Calming the waters: Tim Shaddock knows a thing or two about survival – when his boat was hit by a storm during a solo Pacific crossing, the Australian was left adrift for three months – Red Bulletin, November 23