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By James Gadd 18 December 2017 No comments
RooDol portable rollers

RooDol portable rollers

Ever been away from home and wished you could get a quick session in? What about gone off to a race and struggled with a turbo and wheel, or an unwieldy set of rollers? Don’t worry, there’s an answer.

By James Gadd 15 December 2017 No comments
Ride with the spirits: New 2018 Voodoo hybrid and adventure bikes!

Ride with the spirits: New 2018 Voodoo hybrid and adventure bikes!

Voodoo bikes have got a bit of a reputation. Rowdy mountain bikes set up for fun on the trails, with special sauce courtesy of mountain bike pioneer Joe Murray. However, for 2018, Voodoo has also created a bigger range of hybrid and adventure bikes. Want to know more? Read on!

By James Gadd 29 November 2017 No comments
The Boardman ASR: Made for riding

The Boardman ASR: Made for riding

Have you ever gone out in winter on your fancy racing bike and felt that maybe, just maybe, you didn’t quite have the right tool for the job? Well, you might want to have a look at this...

By James Gadd 28 November 2017 No comments
The Boardman URB: Made for the city

The Boardman URB: Made for the city

What if hybrid bikes were designed to be fun as well as practical? What if they were sleek and stylish, but still ready to take on the city streets every morning and evening? Enter the Boardman URB.

By James Gadd 27 November 2017 No comments
Bike locks buyer’s guide

Bike locks buyer’s guide

In this guide, we’re going to take a look at the different kind of locks that are available so that you can make sure that your ride won’t be going anywhere without you.

By James Gadd 27 November 2017 No comments
Electric bikes buyer’s guide

Electric bikes buyer’s guide

Guess what? E-bikes are here to stay! It’s no surprise, really – they’re easy, practical, and fun, so why wouldn’t everyone want them? If you’re thinking about getting yourself an electric bike, you’re in the right place, so read on!

By James Gadd 27 November 2017 No comments
Road bikes buyer’s guide

Road bikes buyer’s guide

So you want to buy a road bike. Or maybe you just think you do? In this article, we’re going to have a chat about road bikes. What are they? What choices have you got when you buy one? What features should you look for? Let’s find out.

By James Gadd 27 November 2017 No comments
Nutrition buyer's guide

Nutrition buyer's guide

One of the great things about riding your bike is that you burn calories. However, if you don’t keep yourself fuelled, you’ll soon find yourself ‘bonking’, where you completely run out of energy and struggle to carry on. Cycling nutrition is designed to be easy to eat or drink as you’re riding along, and to give you just what your body needs to keep going.

By James Gadd 27 November 2017 No comments
Luggage buyer's guide

Luggage buyer's guide

Riding your bike to work normally means you need a bag to carry your stuff. Whether it’s a change of clothes, your laptop or just your sarnies, most of us can’t let go of our baggage every day of the week. So, let’s have a chat about the best way to carry your things with you on your daily commute.

By James Gadd 27 November 2017 No comments
Turbo trainers buyer’s guide

Turbo trainers buyer’s guide

Once the weather starts to turn, and the days get shorter, lots of riders start moving some of their riding indoors to the turbo trainer. By raising your back wheel up off the floor, turbo trainers let you do just that. Read on to find out how they work and what you should look for.