The Hotchillee Gain train is a weekly Zwift ride that was born out of lockdown and is now the must-do Hotchillee virtual event of the week.
The Hotchillee Handbook – A regular series of posts tapping into our experts for advice on group riding, nutrition, avoiding saddle sores, training, group riding, bike maintenance to insider London to Paris tips.
Your London to Paris journey starts here! What to expect over the next few months as we prepare for this epic adventure together.
We caught up with Hotchillee Head Honcho Sven Thiele to find out about the growth of Hotchillee over the last couple of Covid years, plans for the future and …
The Rapha Festive 500, is an annual event and a rite of passage for many riders. I’m going to float the slightly controversial idea that doing it maybe isn’t such a great idea.
Taking place at the beginning of September next year, the Swiss Gravel Explore Rider is must do for gravel and gradient junkies alike.
There’s 2 ways to ride LONDON-PARIS by Tour de France… Road or Gravel! Here’s what to expect on Days 2 and 3 on gravel.
You don’t need any whisky knowledge but just a passion to learn a little more.
It’s time to dust off your turbo and hit the pain cave with our series of winter virtual group rides.
It’s time to dust off your turbo, check out calendar and get ready for the 12 week virtual training plan that starts next week.
We aim to roll from the Old Hall at 09:00 for a lumpy tour of the Peak District including three National Hill Climb summits that culminates with an ascent of the infamous Winnats Pass.
The good/bad news is that Bamford Clough – the UK’s steepest road, is currently closed but we have managed to tag on an extra climb that takes you past the top of it.
Put the date in your diary, make sure your pain cave is set-up and ready and sign-up for the inaugural Hotchillee e-Racing Club Championships.
Big congratulations to a few Hotchillee familiar faces, part of the annual Velodrome Challenge on behalf of GOSH.
Calling all Mountain Goats (and anyone who likes stunning roads, award winning food and great company).
To get the most out of your nocturnal cycling fun, you do need to have a think about your lighting rig.
Reason #5: Power meters can help you optimise your pace