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What's been happening in the team members area?

Live Q&A with the tech team, revolve24, rideouts.......all because you're a team member...

The .cc part of stands for cycling club, team to be precise and since its inception last year we've certainly had some fun with our members. We've had rideouts, taken part in a 24hr endurance event, given away free carbon wheels  and now we're offering a live Q&A with our technical team.    



Revolve24 race report - pre race team 3.jpg

team were invited to the inaugural revolve24 event at the Brands Hatch race circuit and we took four members with us to make up a team of six for a 24hr relay. 

A motley crew of riders who'd never met each other spent about thirty-six hours together in a concrete pit garage talking tactics, eating bacon rolls and huddling around a four bar electric fire. To say we bonded was an understatement. 

The fact that we finished third in our group with 467.136 miles and 192 laps was the icing on the cake.

Live 'Tech Talk'  

UCI Technical Regulations (diag)

Our Technical Editors spend hours and hours trawling the bike shows plus meeting manufacturers and distributors all over the world. A wealth of knowledge that we're sharing with our members on a fortnightly basis in our live Tech Talk. 

The next one is this Friday, the 5th of Feb with Dave Atkinson at the helm from 12-2pm answering queries about thru-axles, disc brakes or those 'Campag or Shimano' classics.

If you want to be a part of it join team here

team rideouts  

Team Winchester ride out - guess the shop we met at.jpg

Our team rideouts are free to all but we can only take limited numbers so if you are a member you get first shout on a place once registration opens.

So far we've been to Sheffield, New Forest, Winchester, Swindon and Oxford with Chichester up next with a trip out from HQ to follow.

We plan a couple of routes and bung in plenty of coffee and cake for a great morning out on the bike, we also dish out some free kit!!


Clubroost FCR50 Full Carbon Clincher 1011spd wheelset

Not only do we dish out free kit to one lucky member every Friday, we also have our big promotions. The latest being a set of £600 Club Roost carbon fibre wheels. All our members had to do was stick their name down to be pulled out of the electronic hat.

We've got plenty more in the pipeline.

Not bad for a £14.95 yearly subscription eh?

Italy Week  

Italy Week 2016

Fancy treating yourself to a little early season training week in the sun?

Our members get a 10% discount at the Hotel Belvedere in Riccione so why not use it for our Italy week. We're there between the 9th and 16th of April so why not come out and ride with us. 

Our editors will be out there testing bikes and mixing it on the daily rides. We certainly had a beautiful time when we were out there last time.


.......and even more benefits members club card

You'll receive a team card which will get you discounts in cafes and bike shops across the UK and beyond. We'll also feature special offers for team members on our members-only area of the site, including great discounts on products and even free entries to sportives.

£20 off a jersey

team members can get a classic argyle jersey for just £39.99, a saving of £20 on the usual price. And on top of that there's 10% off everything in the shop. There'll be other offers and discounts throughout the year.

Race for us!

If you like the idea of racing but you're not a member of a club, we're affiliated to both British Cycling and Cycling Time Trials, so you can race for us in road races, crits, cyclocross, time trials, mountain bike events... pretty much anything. We'll be featuring race reports on the member's section. Get your name in lights!

Join us

So, what'd you reckon? Not a bad deal hey? If you fancy joining us click here.


As part of the tech team here at F-At Digital, senior product reviewer Stu spends the majority of his time writing in-depth reviews for, and ebiketips using the knowledge gained from testing over 1,500 pieces of kit (plus 100's of bikes) since starting out as a freelancer back in 2009. After first throwing his leg over a race bike back in 2000, Stu's ridden more than 170,000 miles on road, time-trial, track, and gravel bikes, and while he's put his racing days behind him, he still likes to smash the pedals rather than take things easy. With a background in design and engineering, he has an obsession with how things are developed and manufactured, has a borderline fetish for handbuilt metal frames and finds a rim braked road bike very aesthetically pleasing!

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