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THULE 2015 Raceway Car Rack Review

Aaron Scott | 17/04/2015 12:34:00

Choosing a car rack can be a task filled with frustration. They can be expensive and a rack that is a pain to use will soon end up collecting dust, whilst you resign yourself to chucking bikes in the boot. Choosing the right car rack can also be confusing, as the vast array of racks available can.... More

2015 Genesis Croix de Fer Review

Sally | 08/04/2015 11:24:00

The Genesis Croix de Fer adventure road bike is a head turner. Blending a traditional steel frame with cutting-edge technology, it’s a bike that crosses boundaries and is equally at home on the roads, trails or even exploring the world. If you like your ride with character, take your coffee with cake and would rather be a.... More

A Guide to Buying Your First Road Bike

Aaron Scott | 11/03/2015 12:21:00

So you’re finally going to take the plunge and get yourself a proper road bike, joining the ever-growing peloton of road cyclists. Excellent decision. The time has never been better to enter into this exciting sport, whether you’re intending on joining a club and enter sportives or simply looking to get a bit a fitter and see.... More

Mountain Bike Buying Guide

Mark | 09/03/2015 12:20:00

With every year, choosing your first mountain bike becomes harder and harder as the genre fractures into more and more sub-sectors, offering vast choice and myriad new technologies separating each class of bike into a ride for every situation and terrain. So which do you choose? Will a hardtail not go where a full-suspension bike will go?.... More

Training for a Sportive – Part One

Mark | 16/02/2015 22:14:00

For beginners and experienced riders alike, targeting a spring sportive is a fantastic way to keep you motivated during the winter months. Whether you're riding your first sportive, or considering an epic challenge like The Fred Whitton, you will need the right gear for the day. There’s nothing worse than being that person who arrives an hour.... More

How to Survive the Cold on your Bike – Part 2

Mark | 29/01/2015 15:28:00

Whether you ride on the trails, on country roads, or ride to and from the office each day, winter cycling can take its toll. But if you keep on riding through the winter, the increased exposure to sunlight (yes, even on grey days) will also boost your vitamin D levels and give you the natural high.... More

How to Survive the Cold on Your Bike – Part 1

Sally | 22/01/2015 14:38:00

Winter Riding Tip #1 – Dress properly If winter turbo sessions don’t quite cut it for you, here are our top tips for training in the colder weather.I’m not a masochist. I don’t enjoy my fingers and feet going so numb that pedalling and changing gears becomes difficult, and I don’t view winter riding as essential.... More

Guide to Returning a product under the WEEE Regulations

Mark | 31/12/2014 14:58:00

What is WEEE? Well, it is now UK law that all electrical items must be separated from normal waste and recycled. Old electrical equipment can be recycled, but it must be marked with a crossed-out wheeled bin symbol. Please do not throw any electrical equipment (including those marked with the crossed-out wheeled bin symbol) in your bin..... More

Disc Brakes or Cantilevers: Which are Better?

Mark | 23/12/2014 19:28:00

It’s an increasingly common question: are the new disc brakes appearing on 2015 road and cyclocross bikes better than traditional cantilever or calliper brakes? Wiggy and Adam took two Specialized Crux Elites, one with hydraulic discs and one with cantilevers, to a muddy Rutland field and tested them head to head. “I have always found cyclocross.... More

Guide to Turbo Trainers – Find the Best Turbo for You

markcraddock | 10/12/2014 15:30:00

For some, the thought of a turbo trainer fills them with dread, but it’s a great way to sneak in some quick interval training or settle down for a calorie burning plod when it is sheeting it down outside. Let’s be honest, it’s not exactly like riding a bike and it probably isn’t why you got into cycling..... More

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