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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.

How Technology Has Changed The Way We Train

Warminsterwobble - Technology has been a driving force behind the evolution of training for the past few decades. The last four decades have seen a huge shift in the amount of…

Electric Bikes And The Law : Everything You Need To Know

Warminsterwobble - Electric bikes are growing quickly in popularity, with riders enjoying the extra assistance provided by the motor for everything from city riding and commuting by bike, to weekend…

Road & Gravel Bike Rim Width : Everything You Need To Know

Road and gravel bike rim width: Everything you need to know The Cyclist guide to understanding how rim width affects the performance of your bike Back when most road bikes…

Cycling Plus December Issue On sale now!

The latest Cycling Plus comes complete with a 28-page Science of Cycling guide packed with cutting edge innovation, training ideas and nutrition to get your 2022 season off to a…

8 Tips For Road Riding In The Dark

If you’re cycling at night, whether on lit roads in town, unlit roads or off-road, it’s important to be properly prepared. There’s the obvious, such as lights, but there are…

Bike Light Laws In The UK: What You Need To Know

There’s a lot of confusion surrounding the law for bike lights in the UK: Is a flashing light legal or does it have to be steady? And do you have…