• Sun. Aug 14th, 2022

Bicycle chains explained: everything you need to know

It’s not a very exciting component, but you won’t get far without a chain on your bike, unless you’ve got a belt drive or are riding a penny farthing. While…

Sponsored: Win a Wattbike Atom indoor trainer with Laka

Sponsored: Win a Wattbike Atom indoor trainer with Laka Laka launches online giveaway for smart trainer Laka has teamed up with Wattbike to give away one Wattbike Atom indoor training…

The best sunglasses for mountain biking in 2022

A decent set of sunglasses is an essential part of any mountain biker’s wardrobe, for a number of reasons. The most obvious is protection from bright sunlight to give you…

Giro Donne 2022: Route, live coverage, prize money and teams

Giro Donne 2022: Route, live coverage, prize money and teams Everything you need to know about the women’s Giro d’Italia, which begins on 30th June The Giro d’Italia Donne, formerly…

Buyer’s guide to adaptive bikes

We’re living in an exciting time where the options for disabled people and cyclists who’ve had a change of circumstances, or those wanting ‘companion’ cycling, are greater than ever. This…

Tech Q&A | Tubeless sealant, handlebar dimensions, bikepacking protection and more of your questions answered

It’s time for the latest instalment in our Tech Q&A podcast series and, for this episode, BikeRadar’s deputy editor, Jack Luke, and technical editor-in-chief, Rob Weaver, are on hand to…

In the Drops: Restrap Bumper Bar, Maap × Apidura, Applied Nutrition and periods

In the Drops: Restrap Bumper Bar, Maap × Apidura, Applied Nutrition and periods Kit highlights plus your weekly curated content recommendation Well, here we are again. It’s been a sweltering…

SRAM Red eTap derailleur and cassette, Garmin Edge 1040 Solar, Tailfin bags and the first ever Jan Ullrich biography

This week marked the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in the UK, and the BikeRadar team has enjoyed some suitably long, sunny rides. I hope you have…

Phil Cavell: ‘The antidote to stress is sleep. Not rest, but sleep’

Phil Cavell: ‘The antidote to stress is sleep. Not rest, but sleep’ As bike fit guru Phil Cavell finds on his hunt for performance gains for midlife cyclists, it’s time…

New Standert Kreissäge RS is an alloy racing rocket

Standert has released a new version of its aluminium road bike the Kreissäge RS, said to be “stiffer, lighter and faster than ever.” The Kreissäge RS has undergone a number…