CycleTechReview.com is all about the bike; in particular its devoted to the world of the high-performance bicycle and aims to keep on top of developments in that sphere of bicycle and bicycling technology.
CycleTechReview.com’s in-depth features examine bicycle product design, development, operation and engineering, providing readers with the ultimate resource when it comes to understanding exactly what they are riding or what they will be riding next. We are interested in everything from the artisan-built, steel-frame to the modern monocoque carbon-fibre superbike.
As well as discussing the theory behind the products, CycleTechReview.com aims to test them thoroughly, assessing the way each product performs, and in so doing arming its readers with the information that will help them make the right purchasing decision for their specific needs.
Focusing on high-end cycling materials that appeal to an informed, enthusiast audience, CycleTechReview.com brings to online cycling media a pleasurable reading experience within an innovative design allied to advertising formats specifically tailored to the technology-rich bicycle market.
About Us – Handsling Ltd
CycleTechReview is published by Handsling Digital, which is part of Handsling Ltd. On the track (the velodrome) a handsling provides a ‘helping hand up to speed’ for your team-mate in the Madison event. Within the verticals in which we operate, Handsling Digital Publishing Ltd offers brands, manufacturers, distributors and retailers a ‘helping hand’ to connect to their consumers.
HANDSLING MEDIA LTD was launched in 2010 offering sales consultancy to various events and media within cycling and action sports.
HANDSLING RACING launched in 2011 as a 5 man elite team to promote the brand to cyclists.
HANDSLING DIGITAL PUBLISHING LTD was formed in May 2012 to publish CycleTechReview.com and later BritishCycleSport.com.
HANDSLING BIKES LTD arrived in June 2015, after the frames designed and developed specifically for the Handsling Racing team riders, were offered for general sale.
In April 2018, HANDSLING LTD was formed and absorbed all of the companies above.
Simon Whiten has years of commercial sales and management experience across a variety of media and events, including consumer and B2B magazines and newspapers, TV and online, conferences and exhibitions, and supporting software for sporting events. Simon is very much a fair weather cyclist, spending more time indoors on the ‘turbo trainer’ than out on the road.
Hanni Ali is a resident of Bermuda but a Yorkshireman at heart. He is the technical guru who makes it all happen. A maths genius, he is paid huge amounts to develop clever programs that can help simulate major disasters for the benefit of the world’s insurance market. When he feels the need to ‘keep it real’ he slums it over here at Handsling. We may be winning the battle to get him out on a road bike, though he is more of a casual off-road trails and downhill rider. His heart does belong to France but not really when the Tour is on. He claims to prefer water-sports…