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  • The bicycle. A golden opportunity to change gear.

    The bicycle. A golden opportunity to change gear.

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    Despite such a terrible backdrop of the Covid crisis, this is truly a golden opportunity to make cycling a serious part of our daily transport. Not just for London, but across our nation’s towns and cities. The reasons are many.
  • AN AERO ROAD BIKE FOR A BROAD RANGE OF CYCLISTS

    AN AERO ROAD BIKE FOR A BROAD RANGE OF CYCLISTS

    Inspired by the original ‘mockumentary’, writes Emma Winterson, Minegoestoeleven is the flagship of the Pearson Road cycling collection. A versatile, full-carbon road bike it is equally suited to both the everyday cyclist and the aspiring race rider.
  • In the beginning: 1860, a year in brief

    In the beginning: 1860, a year in brief

    When Tom Pearson, our founder, first opened for business, in 1860, he probably thought his humble bike shop was a low-key affair, writes James Faulkner. At least compared with what else was happening around the world...
  • Wellbeing: Natural Highs

    Wellbeing: Natural Highs

    We know cycling is good for both body and mind, even if we’re not exactly sure why. It releases endorphins. That’s the best most of us can muster as we regale some poor soul with the time-splits for our latest sportive, or the benefits of hill reps. Heaven forbid we’ll be asked to explain what endorphins actually are.
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