Bike thieves are ruthless. Not only do they not care about the impact of bike theft on their victims, it doesn’t even occur to them. Securing your bike properly is essential at all times when you’re not riding it, even if it’s within your line of sight. Our guide will show you how.
Have you ever looked at a triathlon bike and thought "that looks a bit funny, but I'm not sure why?" You're not the only one. Road bikes and triathlon bikes may have very similar uses, but look beyond the skinny tyres and you'll find two very different beasts.
All new for 2017, the Giant Contend road bike range is destined to be a best-seller. To find out more, we've put them in the spotlight.
There’s nothing like planning ahead and getting all your Christmas shopping over and done with before December even begins, but where on Earth are you going to hide everything before the big day? Here are a few suggestions.
Balance bikes for youngsters are rapidly growing in popularity, as many parents choose to teach their children to ride without relying on stabilisers or tricycles. We take a look at what makes a balance bike the perfect way to introduce your child to the wonderful world of cycling.
There are three main types of bike lock - Cable, Chain and D-lock. This short guide will tell you the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Winter miles make Summer smiles, as the old saying goes. But as the leaves fall and your motivation wanes, it's easier said than done. Enter the turbo trainer.
A clean & shiny bike not only looks fantastic, it will perform better for longer too. Until someone builds a ride-through bike wash, cleaning your bike will have to be done by hand, but with these tips it need not be a chore.
One of the most essential items you’ll need when out on your bike this Autumn - Winter, a good set of bike lights is never underestimated. Our guide to bike lights will help you to prepare with the darker months coming.
Being a student isn’t just about drinking and nights out dressed as a character from a cartoon you’re too young to remember. Now and then you have to attend lectures and learn some stuff, which means facing the inevitable rush-hour commute. If you’re a bit skint and the novelty of living on packs of 17p noodles starts to wear thin, …