Cycling advice

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Did you know that you don’t have to leave the UK to have your own awesome pavé experience. Right across the UK are epic cobbled climbs to test yourself on.
Whether you're a beginner or an expert mechanic, you’ll need to carry out maintenance from time to time in order to keep your bike in good, safe working order for as long as possible.
Child seats can hold babies from the age of 9 or 10 months (once they are able to hold their head up on their own) who weigh up to 22 kg. But how do you choose the right one?
Bike lights are vital for keeping cyclists safe. In recent years, with LEDs appearing on the scene and battery life improving, these accessories have come a long way. All that remains is to pick the right one.
Hybrid bikes are a good compromise between the city, countryside, sports and recreation. These comfy, sturdy bikes are just as good on earthy tracks as they are on the tarmac. Need help finding the right one? Follow the guide!
XC (cross-country), All Mountain, DH (downhill or descent)… Mountain bikes come in all shapes and sizes to suit the different disciplines. Here are some tips to help you figure it all out...
To prevent your bike from getting stolen, having the right lock is essential. It needs to be able to meet the two main needs cyclists have: securing your bike and securing your bike accessories (saddle, wheels, basket, etc.).