Welcome to Simpson

Simpson is an independent magazine about British road cycling. Whether you're just starting out or a hardened club rider, we offer a unique insight from the very heart of cycling. Simpson is frank and has a sense of humour. It will take no prisoners but it’s also very proud of the rich heritage of British cycling.

Previous Issue

Issue 9: The People edition, in which we bring you some of the creative thinkers and pioneers who make the world of cycling the stimulating and thought-provoking place it is. We quiz Dom Mason, founder of Mason Cycles, about the price of perfectionism. We also explore the exquisite details of Rowley Haverly's miniature figures and chat to the first lady of Irish cycling photography Karen M Edwards. Jack Chevell compares the 6 day races of London and Gent and we take a look at the forgotten velodromes of Paris.


Simpson was conceived in 2012 - the greatest ever year for British cycling. To celebrate this success, we offer a range of limited run T-shirts and sweatshirts. To celebrate the launch of Simpson CC - our own cycling club, we've issued both on and off the bike attire. Whether you're a rider or a spectator there's something for everyone. Create your own good future with our new range of concept 'lucky' T-shirts.  


Issue #2: Women's racing

To celebrate 10 editions of the magazine we're featuring our favourite articles from the first 10 issues. What's yours?



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