As cycling correspondent to The Times and ex-editor of procycling magazine, Jeremy Whittle has covered 25 Tours de France.
In this special evening of cycling conversation at our Balham restaurant, Jeremy will be discussing his acclaimed new book, 'Ventoux: Sacrifice and Suffering on the Giant of Provence', which traces his journey from falling in love with the sport as a teenager to encounters with everyone from Lance Armstrong to Bradley Wiggins.
Steering the conversation will be former procycling writer Duncan Steer. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask your own questions, and with 50% off all menu pizzas, it's a cycling fanatic's dream!
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The fourth of The Spring Classics, the Amstel Gold Race usually marks a turning point in the monuments where stage racers and climbers become favourites over the riders who excel in the cobbled classics. For a race named after a beer brewer, beer is the perfect accompaniment - good thing we have plenty!
L'Enfer du Nord (The Hell of the North) - The name says it all... this European Classic is one of the most strenuous and punishing races out there. Taking place over cobblestones, or pavé, the winner is gifted one of the cobbles to remind them of the the beautiful spring they spent in France.
Vlaanderens Mooiste (Flanders' Finest) - The second Monument of the year, this thriller will start in Antwerp for the first time in it's history and see riders traverse through Belgium all the way to Oudenaarde, including a grueling climb along Muur van Geraardsbergen.
This classic is part of the Flemish cycling week, and is run on the last Sunday before the Tour of Flanders. A road race through Belgium, it is often referred to as the sprinter's classic because of it's flat finish, but it's not without its challenges including two steep climbs up the fully cobbled Kemmelberg.
An exciting one to watch with breakaways and nail-biting finishes, join us and enjoy the show with a couple of pints and your pick of brunch or pizza!
One of the more recently founded one-day classics, the E3 starts and finishes in Harelbeke looping through the Flemish Ardennes.
Another of the cobbled classics, the rough terrain makes for exciting spectator sport, and made even better watching on our big screen with a pizza and pint!
With the long nights of winter upon us, we invite you to take refuge from the cold and come on down to the Dynamo to join us for some delicious food and refreshments. What could be more cozy than a tasty sourdough pizza?
Monday: £6 pizzas
Tuesday: BYOB zero corkage
Wednesday: £10 pizza-drink combos
... what more could you ask for?
We look forward to welcoming you to the brighter side of these brisk evenings.
Stage 18 of the Giro d'Italia - come down for the third and final Queen's stage that covers the Dolomites through five consecutive climbs without a flat stage in between.
Stage 9 of the Giro d'Italia - we're watching the next stage of the Giro and you should too!
The Grand Tours are back! Help us kick off the summer racing calendar at The Dynamo as we watch the world's best compete in the Giro d'Italia for its 100th anniversary edition.
We`re showing every stage live but you'll find some of the best and most exciting listed below.
Join us on the evening of Thursday March 2nd, as award-winning cycling photographer Michael Blann, accompanied by author Susannah Osborne, discusses his amazing book, Mountains, and takes us through an impressive collection of his work. The event will provide an unique opportunity to get up close and personal with the world-renowned photographer, including a Q&A session - fueled by pizza and beer naturally.
To book your place, or for more information, please contact email@example.com - you don’t wanna miss this one!