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Timothy John

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Timothy John's articles

How to survive as a neo-pro: words of wisdom from Laurens ten Dam and Ted King

Retired pro King and Sunweb leader ten Dam share their advice on how to successfully negotiate the first two years in the peloton

Interview: Lizzie Deignan on redemption, marriage and retiring to Yorkshire

"I always have my bike to rely on. You move on very quickly when you have a bike ride."

Starting from scratch: the story behind Mason Cycles, Snowdon Bike and Bowman Cycles

The men behind three start-up British bike brands on innovation, forging an identity and realising a dream

Sportful Giara clothing - first ride review

Joining Fabian Cancellara at Strade Bianche in Sportful's new go-anywhere apparel

Interview: British champion Hannah Barnes fit, firing and finding her way

National road race champion reflects on bouncing back from serious injury and looks ahead to 2017 season

Viva Siena: following Strade Bianche on Tuscany's white roads

Following Trek-Segafredo and Bahrain-Merida in action as Strade Bianche's popularity continues to grow

Comment: What next for Sir Bradley Wiggins?

With British Cycling and Team Sky's reputation in tatters, what of the rider at the centre of the storm?

Interview: British champion Nikki Brammeier recovered and ready for UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships

Boels-Dolmans rider reflects on Rio 2016, marriage and celebrity status in Belgium

Who is Stephen Park, British Cycling's new performance director?

Former Olympic sailor arrives at cycling's national federation in time to steady the ship

Five British neo pros set to make their WorldTour bow in 2017

Tao Geoghegan Hart, Owain Doull, Jon Dibben, Hugh Carthy and James Shaw graduate to cycling's top tier

Interview: Drops Cycling's Becky Womersley on women's cycling, Yorkshire and cracking the Classics

"I turned around at one point and Marianne Vos was behind me. I thought, ‘What do I do? This isn’t right.’"

Survival on the high street: how the local bike shop has had to adapt to survive

Can the venerable local bike shop compete against the internet giants? We spoke to three different shops to find out

Interview: Jon Dibben on swapping Manchester for the blue Sky ahead

World points race champion wants to 'learn from the best' after Team Sky switch

Ultimate Étapes by Peter Cossins - book review

With 25 iconic rides across Europe, Ultimate Étapes is a valuable resource for the road cyclist with ambition, and a beautiful coffee table book for anyone else

Industry Insider: Specialized's Eric Schuda and the development of the all-new Roubaix

The man behind the Specialized's radical new Roubaix talks suspension, McLaren and disc brakes

Prendas release replica Raleigh-Banana kit to raise money for Dave Rayner Fund

Dorset-based clothing specialist has raised more than £18,000 to support young cyclists - and hopes to smash £20,000 target by Christmas

The gamification of cycling: how Zwift has revolutionised indoor training

How Zwift has transformed indoor training from insufferable boredom to online gaming

Interview: level-headed James Shaw ready for WorldTour bow after joining Lotto-Soudal

New Lotto-Soudal signing on joining the top tier and learning his trade the Belgian way

Six candidates for the British Cycling Performance Director job

Who has what it takes for the top job at the 'medal factory'?