Commuter Bike for Sale

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Motorists Turning to Cyclists   Since the turn of the 19th century cars for personal sale have revolutionised transport within the twentieth century. individuals might travel once and wherever they wished as never before. For many, driving was associated with a degree of difficulty in itself. We all have a twinkling softspot and find it easy to fall in love with mans real best friend…the car!   However In more recent times, that relationship between man and it’s machine Read more [...]

How to keep safe riding your bike at night

Riding a bike in London or any major city for that matter can be a rewarding yet sometimes challenging adventure. Taking in the sights and the sounds of that commute over Hammersmith bridge or whizzing past Big Ben at 8 in the morning, what could be better? But all too often we see cyclists not taking due care and attention on the roads. So we have put together a brief list to help cyclists in London stay safe and enjoy riding their bikes: Wear a helmet - this should go without saying, yet the Read more [...]

How to stay safe cycling in Winter

With the eventual falling of the leaves, dark mornings, less light on the way to work and frosty short days, we welcome in Winter to the Northern Hemisphere. Winter is a magical time of year, and one in which we are treated to so many of the natural worlds wonders. Including snow, ice, hail, fog and loads more. Whilst these weather conditions are magical, they are for many cyclists a real hazard not to be taken lightly. Snow and ice can make riding conditions on the road very slippery, especially Read more [...]

The Tour of Britain is here

Tour of Britain is here   With Great British Cycling fans already treated to a fabulous summer of Tour de France cycling, where Britain not only had 2 cyclists winning stages on the most prestigious of world cycling tours, but Chris Froome won his third tour title with a monumental effort...did someone say Knighthood?? Then if that excitement wasn't enough, came the epic efforts of the GB cycling Rio olympics team, topping the charts and bringing home truck loads of medals. It really has Read more [...]

Family cycling is fun

Family cycling is fun Countless families all across the uk are looking for cost effective activities that they can do with their family. With ever increasing prices on activities such as cinema, play centres, dance studios, it is no wonder that many families are turning to cycling for their fun and adventure. Family Cycling is fun and an activity for all ages. Teaching your child to ride a bike is perhaps one of the most rewarding activities you as a parent can do. The U.K. Is fast becoming Read more [...]

Start Cycling and Stay fit

Buying a bike and staying fit Summer is nearly up and if like most people you are already thinking about how you can get in shape and stay that way over the long dark winter, then we have the answer for you...cycling! Buying a bike for as little as £150 unlocks the limitless possibilities of cycling. Whether it be travelling to and from the shops, cycling to work, or perhaps even joining into one of the many cycle events local to your area. The point is there are so many opportunities to use Read more [...]

Get your kids into Cycling

Cycling is great exercise for kids Cycling is fun, cycling is great exercise for kids and all and above all cycling is pretty much free...well once you have bought the bikes. So why not encourage your kids to get into cycling. Most parents work during the week to make ends meat, 9 to 5 only seeing their children in the evening, to cook their food and put them to bed. This leaves only the weekend to have fun and give your bundle of joys the attention they need. Perhaps one of the best ways Read more [...]

Winter is nearly here

Why is cycling fun It's about that time of year, the sunshine is almost gone, the days are getting shorter and you have begun dusting off the winter clothes. You would be forgiven for thinking the boring doom and gloom was here until Christmas, however all is not lost, why not join the thousands getting fit and having fun cycling! Perhaps one of the best ways to get into cycling is buying a bike and popping to the shops at the weekend. You don't need to spend a lot of money, there are plenty Read more [...]

Going for Gold in Rio

Rio Olympics Team GB Track Cycling Team The results are in and it has been confirmed, the 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil are the greatest Olympics in History for Great Britain and Northern Ireland. We watched in awe and fascination at the grace, poise and expertise our GB athletes battled and competed on the largest global stage. Team GB answered their critics who believed that the medal haul at the London Olympics in 2012 was fluke due to London hosting the games. No one in the world could say Read more [...]

Blowing air in Bike

Blowing Air in Bike There are few things more dispiriting than wheeling your bike out on a crisp morning and discovering you can't ride, because the tires are flat. You simply can't travel independently without air in your tires. Because we work in a bike shop, quite often we forget that many people are completely mystified by bicycle tires. Whether you ride your bike regularly, or leave it hanging out in your basement or garage, the tires will naturally lose air over time. It's like the balloon Read more [...]

5 Basic Obstacles to Riding Your Bike

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Cycling to work is fun, However when we do something day in and day out, it’s easy to overlook some facts that may seem obvious. As any cyclist knows, we often forget that bicycle tires can be a total mystery, and quite an intimidating prospect, to non-bicycle friendly people. People forget this, despite what you might observe on London Street, each weekday morning, “bicycle people” comprise only a very tiny percentage of the UK population. Unfortunately only around 15% of people in the Read more [...]

Tour De France 2016 Stage 7 Crash

Tour De France - Crash - Stage 7 - 2016 Tour de france 2016 stage 7 crash. Watch the unbelievable moment that Adam Yates was crushed by an inflatable advertising banner within the last kilometer of the Tour de France 2016 - Stage 7. The Tour de France organisers have promised to tighten up security as the media calls for more stringent controls over crowds and organisation. The race continues and Chris Froome is still in the famous Yellow Jersey. Read more [...]