Now that the lockdown rules have begun to ease, we are able to get outdoors for as much exercise as we like. Therefore, we felt like it was the perfect time to let you know our top 5 reasons for why we’d recommend a bike ride during Covid-19. Have you been out and about on a bike ride recently? Send us your bike ride selfies on Instagram! We’d love to see them and will repost our favourites.
If you haven’t used your bike in a while, it’s probably been sitting in your shed gathering dust! Now is the best time to dig it out, clean it up, and get riding. We’ve put together a handy guide on how to get your bike shining before you get peddling. Are you planning to clean up your bike this weekend? We’d love to see your photos, share them with us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook!
Mums are like superheroes! Caring, powerful, and always there to save the day. That’s why we think they deserve an extra special treat this Mother’s Day. To help you find that perfect gift, we’ve put together our ultimate gift guide for her. Let us know how you’re treating your Mum this Mother’s Day on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, we’d love to hear from you!
Whether January meant Veganuary, dry-January, or just simply, the longest month of the year, you made it through! Now, February is upon us and that means one thing, Valentine’s Day. To celebrate, we’re dishing out our best advice for finding your perfect match! Now, while we may not be Cupid, we do know our bikes, and exactly what accessories you need to finish your perfect look. What’s your favourite bike accessory? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter!
Do your New Year’s resolutions include exercising more, increasing your savings or reducing your environmental footprint? An electric bike could be the answer! Have a read through our blog post where we discuss the top five benefits of using an electric bike or scooter this New Year. Already raring to purchase yours? We’ve got loads of great models to choose from on our website and in your local store!
Summer ended, Halloween passed and all of a sudden, it’s Christmas! Know the feeling? If your Christmas presents are beautifully wrapped and waiting under your tree, this blog post might not be for you. But, if you’re still finishing off your Christmas shopping (or yet to begin!), then don’t worry, we’re here to help. Do you have a Christmas present suggestion for the cyclist in your life? Let us know on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram!
Nowadays, there seems to be an app for everything and anything! Cycling is certainly no exception. We’ve collated a list of our top 10 apps that could help you on your next bike ride.
Whether you’re a pro or a complete beginner, we’re certain you’ll find an app listed that can come in handy for your next outing! Do you have any favourites that we haven’t mentioned? We’d love to hear from you! Get in touch on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Buying a new bike isn’t always easy. There are hundreds of types, colours, and features available and, often, it’s difficult to know which will best suit your preferred cycling-style. In this blog post, we’ll run through our recommendations on which type of bike might suit you and how you can choose your next one. What type of bike do you have your eye on? Let us know on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
Deciding to commute to work on your bike can be daunting. There are a lot of questions and worries that will pop up in your head. Don’t worry, that’s normal!
There are a few things to consider and plan for, but the benefits are well worth it. You’ll save loads of money, improve your health, and avoid any traffic-induced anger management sessions!
To help you get started, we’ve put together a handy list of 5 tips that will (hopefully) answer some of your questions. Have any other questions? We’re also available for a chat via Facebook or Twitter. Why not send us a message and we’ll see if we can help?
Going to work every day and staying cool is difficult enough, but how are you supposed to exercise when temperatures are reaching 35°C and humidity is up at 75%? Don’t worry, you don’t have to put a stop to your training. You might have to adapt it, though.
Extreme heat puts a lot of pressure on your body, especially when you’re exercising. You use more energy as your body struggles to maintain your core temperature and you’re exposed to much higher UV levels than normal.