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The New Giant Trance Advanced Pro 29 Trail Bike Gets More Travel And Adjustable Geometry For 2022

Warminsterwobble - Giant, it seems, has been rapidly overhauling every single bike it produces within the Trance line-up (we saw a new Trance X Advanced Pro 29 and Trance X…

Stayer Cycles Is Dodging The Component Shortage With Super Niche Italian Drivetrains

Warminsterwobble - Stayer Cycles is dodging the component shortage with super niche Italian drivetrains stayer offers full bike builds with Ingrid Components.

New Storck Aero GRIX.2 Gravel Bike Ditches Front Derailleur For Classified Internal Gear Hub

Warminsterwobble - The Storck GRIX.2 is an all-new gravel bike that ditches its front derailleur in favour of Classified’s Powershift internal gear hub, which the brand claims shifts within 150…

ALL IN Racing Partners With Rapha on Rainbow Socks For LGBTQ+ Inclusion

Warminsterwobble - ALL IN racing partners with Rapha on Rainbow Socks for LGBTQ+ inclusion Rapha will be the first brand to support the ALL IN racing initiative and aims to…

How To Ride On Rollers And Why They Could Make You a Better Cyclist

Warminsterwobble - Rollers are viewed with suspicion, incomprehension or downright fear by many road cyclists. But once mastered, they can provide a valuable addition to the winter training armoury of…

Why You Should Registering Your Bike

Warminsterwobble - Any bike is a significant investment. Unfortunately, bikes are also very stealable – they’re often ill-protected if not locked up properly, easily removable and hard to trace.

Five Two-Wheeled Adventures With Canyon

Warminsterwobble - Cycling has always been a cost-effective and eco-friendly way to explore, but investing in a bike is still a big financial commitment.

Best Waterproof Jackets For Road Cycling And Commuting 2021

Warminsterwobble - Cycling in the rain isn’t generally a pleasant activity but, unless you live in a desert, it’s an unavoidable fact of life for most riders.