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Rutland Cycling - Winner of the Bike Biz Award for Best Independent Retailer 2013
Words by Mark
Published on 23/04/2014 14:55:19
It was recently announced that Rutland Cycling now stock a hand-picked range of bikes from the German cycling giant, Cube. With that in mind, we thought we'd take a closer look at the ever-popular Peloton Race Road Bike and try and understand exactly why Cycling Weekly gave the sub £1000 bike 9/10. Cube Peloton.... More
Words by Adam
Published on 17/04/2014 16:27:57
All good things come to an end. Summer, Jean Claude Van Damme’s film career, Manchester United’s Premiership dominance, and this year will see Meindl end the production of the Burma. For years the Burma has been the do it all boot since 1997. Hiking, scrambling, walking the dog (ACROSS STRIDING EDGE!!) were all possible for the footwear that.... More
Words by Mark
Published on 17/04/2014 16:05:22
Struggling for inspiration to keep the whole family entertained this weekend? We've got a brilliant idea that will get your kids out the house and out in the sun, enjoying the wind in their hair. Simply pop to one of our stores and hire a bike! Our large fleet of 2014 hire bikes.... More
Words by Mark
Published on 16/04/2014 16:55:05
Matthew Bottrill - National 100 Mile, 50 Mile and Circuit Time Trail Champion - will be visiting us on Tuesday 29th April for a talk about power training, his career and the thrill of Time Trail. If you're interested, pop down to our Giant Store Rutland at 18:30. Matthew Will talk from 19:00 until 20:30. We will.... More
Words by Mark
Published on 14/04/2014 17:00:29
XX1 has been around for a while and the mountain bike world has been waiting with baited breathe to see Shimano's response. Earlier this week Shimano unveiled their 2015 XTR groupset, keep reading to see what we think about the new XTR and whether it's an XX1 killer. It won't come a surprise to find.... More
Words by Mark
Published on 11/04/2014 12:25:35
We're going cubic, Cube have landed. We're proud to offer a wide range of Cube bikes online and in our Grafham Store - of course you can still click & collect your cube bike from any Rutland Cycling store. Our team has hand-picked a selection of premium road, MTB and Hybrid bikes we know.... More
Words by Mark
Published on 09/04/2014 17:14:41
Want to ride alongside a Tour de France legend? Of course you do. We've teamed up with our friends from Dare2b to offer one lucky customer the chance to ride with 2006 Tour de France winner, Oscar Pereiro on the stunning roads of Ibiza. In addition to this amazing price we also have a pair of.... More
Words by Mark
Published on 07/04/2014 14:11:07
With Specialized releasing their very first 650b bike, the Stumpjumper FRS Comp Evo, all three of the big boys in cycling have got on board with the latest wheel size craze. With all the hype and claims surrounding new standards in the modern world it can be hard to know if 650b is for you. This is.... More
Words by Adam
Published on 01/04/2014 15:11:16
It’s that time of year again; the clocks have gone back, the sun is out and the sides of the road are lined with daffodils. I love this time of year, because as we can feel the first signs of summer coming; it’s this time of year that I see the biggest variety of people getting excited by.... More
Words by Adam
Published on 01/04/2014 15:05:09
Easter is a great opportunity to get your kids into cycling. The weathers on the up and the sudden influx of chocolate will give them boundless energy. But the big question that every parent faces is which bike to get for their tadpoles. Although the cheapest option might seem appealing, it’s important to remember that with cycling –.... More

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