On Friday Ollie Turner will be hitting the world stage at the Commonwealth Games representing Jersey in the triathlon. No stranger to this level of racing he competed in the Gold Coast and will be looking to improve on his positioning there. Get to know Ollie in our blog below and be ready to cheer him on next Friday, the 29th July…
From the 16th May until the 22nd May, endurance cyclist Chris Hall attempted to cycle 7 Everests, one every day of the week to raise awareness and funds for the incredible work Movember carry out in supporting mental health. The concept of Everesting is simple: Pick any hill, anywhere in the world and complete repeats of it in a single activity until you climb 8,848m – the equivalent height of Mt Everest.
This year's edition of the legendary Guildford Town Centre Races hosted by Charlotteville Cycling Club returns next week on 13th July 2022. Given we’re based so close by and want to be supporting grassroots racing, we are very excited that Parcours will be headlining the sponsorship for the women’s elite race with the winner receiving a wheelset of their choice.
Embrace your wild side with our latest Alta gravel wheelset which is designed to handle technical terrain with ease. From gravel paths and bridleways to rooty woodland and everything in between, the Alta is designed to take all of the rough stuff in its stride.
You’d have to have been living under a rock to have missed the rapid increase in gravel riding in recent years. Now that it is becoming more established within the cycling community, it is also starting to define what exactly “gravel” means. Therefore, choosing the right set up will depend on where you sit on this spectrum with your riding.
The Ironman World Championships in St George, Utah turned out to be quite a race! After going two years and seven months without one due to the covid-19 pandemic, the event delivered much excitement. Keep reading below for the complete Parcours lowdown…
The 2021 IRONMAN World Championship is finally set to take place following a two year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic on May 7, 2022. However, the big difference is that this time it won’t be in its spiritual home of Kona, Hawaii.
What are your goals for 2022? I really want to prove to myself that I can be the best at this game. I am aiming to race the biggest races and the best athletes to see where I am. Ironman worlds in St George is a big one for me. I really am aiming for a podium here. And hope to carry on this form throughout what will be a massive 2022 season.