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Buyers Guide – Women’s Cycling, which bike is for me?

Paul Thomas | 07/06/2017 10:10:32

Women’s cycling has become much more popular over the past 10 years, which is great to see. Many more women’s specific products and research into saddles and different geometries has given way to some fantastic bike designs, women’s specific clothing and great saddles, which is very important to many of us! What type of Women’s bike should I buy?.... More

Buyers Guide – The art of layering

Paul Thomas | 07/06/2017 10:05:56

Cope with wet, dry and sun all in one ride. Our lovely country can deliver all kinds of weather situations in a half day period, so how do we cope with this without dragging a trailer of clothes around with us? Checking the forecast for the day is an obvious start, but here are some tips that will.... More

Buyers Guide – Which type of road bike do I need?

Paul Thomas | 07/06/2017 10:01:38

Bikes are becoming increasingly specialized as manufacturers make specific bikes for every kind of profile and terrain. There’s no longer a one-size-fits-all approach to bikes, instead road bikes are now commonly split into three distinct categories to best suit their intended environment; lightweight for climbing, aerodynamic for speed, and endurance for comfort, but there’s much more to it than.... More

Buyers Guide - Mountain Bikes, what’s the difference?

Paul Thomas | 07/06/2017 09:58:08

Mountain bikes (MTBs) are tough and versatile machines designed to take on challenging off-road terrain. The type of MTB you choose may depend on the type of riding you like to do, the terrains you will typically ride on, how frequently on each terrain, and the budget you have available. Full suspension or ‘full-sus’ MTBs feature shock absorbers.... More

Buyers Guide - Hybrid bikes – confused.com

Paul Thomas | 07/06/2017 09:51:15

Hybrid bikes, as the name suggests, blend the features of both road and mountain bikes. Hybrid bikes are a popular choice among commuters and leisure cyclists. Some hybrid bikes come pre-fitted with pannier racks, mudguards/fenders and even lights. At the one end, a hybrid bike can be more towards the road end of the spectrum, and at the other, toward.... More

Buyers Guide – to E-Bike or not to E-Bike

Paul Thomas | 07/06/2017 09:45:56

You may be surprised to hear that an e-bike is not just an electric scooter – you still have to pedal and put the effort in, but you will be traveling further for that effort. E-bikes have the designation "electric-assist”, so up to 15.5mph, the motor will assist your pedaling. People turn to e-bikes for many different reasons we.... More