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By Lawrence Bywater 24 May 2018
Meet Dirty Wknd

Meet Dirty Wknd

London’s first fun and social cycling club. We sat down with Dirty Wknd founder, David Bavin to learn more about the club and why you could be their next member. 

By Lawrence Bywater 20 May 2018 No comments
Living with an e-bike

Living with an e-bike

So far we’ve covered what ebikes are, what they’re for and what features you should look for, but what about the reality, what’s it actually like to own one? 

By Lawrence Bywater 18 May 2018 No comments
How to go tubeless

How to go tubeless

As the name implies, a tubeless setup does not require an inner tube. A tubeless specifc tyre and a tubeless specific wheel rim form an airtight seal, keeping the system inflated. 

By Lawrence Bywater 10 May 2018 No comments
On the road with Morvélo Basso

On the road with Morvélo Basso

4:45am. Pip, pip, pip. The disturbing sound of a morning alarm.

By Lawrence Bywater 9 May 2018
Introducing: Boardman 8 and 9 Series

Introducing: Boardman 8 and 9 Series

We’ve been hearing whispers of a new range from Boardman for some time and now it’s here it was high time we took a closer look.

By Lawrence Bywater 17 April 2018 No comments
Helmet Buyer’s Guide

Helmet Buyer’s Guide

Whether it’s a first time purchase or you’re looking for a new model, there are a myriad of options when it comes to selecting a helmet. From aero lids equipped with MIPS, to stylish urban numbers, with helmets it’s always a question of balancing safety, comfort and looks.

By Lawrence Bywater 5 April 2018 No comments
Location Guide: Belgium

Location Guide: Belgium

Press someone to name a fanatical cycling country and Belgium would probably be a nation uttered more than most. Cobbles and bergs, Merckx and Boonen, beer and frites; cycle culture and cycle sport is ingrained into a society of a little over 11 million people.

By Lawrence Bywater 13 March 2018 No comments
4 steps to get your bike ready for Spring

4 steps to get your bike ready for Spring

Has your bike been holed up in the garage over winter? Maybe you ride a different summer bike to your winter hack. Either way, the mercury is rising and if you’re thinking about piling on some miles, it’s time to ensure things are ship shape. After all, is there anything worse than getting kitted up for a ride to find that your bike is un-rideable?