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Izone lights compared & reviewed

We take a closer look at the best-selling Izone ARC range of lights to find out what makes them so popular.

Buyer’s guide to turbo trainers

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.

Autumn & Winter Cycling Essentials

Cycling during the Autumn & Winter months can be challenging - especially if you rely on your bike for your daily commute. With just a little preparation and some sensible clothing & accessories, you'll be pedalling on like nothing's changed at all.

What is Cyclocross?

With origins dating at least as far back as the 1900s, cyclocross has remained a consistently popular winter cycle sport for the last century. So what’s it all about then?

Top tyres to get you through winter

It doesn’t matter if you’re training, commuting or even riding the last thing you want is a puncture, especially in the winter. In an attempt to prevent this many cyclists invest in winter bike tyres which usually have increased puncture resistance compared to standard tyres. Winter tyres usually have increased grip so you can confidently …

How to ‘Winter-Proof’ your bike

There is no doubt that winter is upon us, but that shouldn’t stop you from going out and riding your bike. Spray is often projected up from the road and is inevitable in the winter conditions, however, if you prepare your bike appropriately then your cycling will hopefully remain comfortable. Once you have equipped your …

Your Guide To Bike Mudguards

If by simply adding mudguards, you could stay drier whilst cycling, surely you would? This time of year brings even more rain than usual thanks to the autumn/winter weather which is why a pair of mudguards should be high up on your priority list. Relatively inexpensive, they can be worth their weight in gold as …

Top Tips For Cycling At Night

As we are now in winter, many of us will find that we are riding in the dark a lot more than we usually would. Riding your bike at night should never be underestimated as it usually takes more skill than riding in daylight. Cycling can be risky if you don’t know what you’re doing, …