New Whyte Women’s Bikes

The depth of their women’s bike range is one of Whyte’s winning features. What’s more, Whyte women’s bikes are a refreshing alternative to the lazy ‘shrinking and pinking’ process, the industry sometimes employ to create “ladies’ bikes”.

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CatEye Chips On Board Lights

The fact that the world leaders in bicycle lights, CatEye, are embracing Chips On Board next-generation LED technology offers further proof that COB could be the future of bicycle lighting.

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Enjoying a Tyskie and a sunset in Poland

Biking the Baltic

Way back in March we ran a Win A Deluxe Service Competition. We considered 300 entries before awarding the prize to Jennifer Tough who was planning a 9-country tour around the Baltic Sea. Read her report and be inspired to visit Estonia, Denmark, the Baltic islands…

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Take Away A Frog Today

We believe in Frogs. Why? Because a Frog bike is almost always the lightest weight and most thoughtfully-designed kids’ bike for the money.

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Tom Stewart

Dispatches from the Madison Genesis Team Car

Freelance photographer / journo and sometime Bike Co-op guy Stuart Downie enjoyed the best possible view of the Edinburgh-Blyth stage of the Tour of Britain – from the Madison Genesis Team Car. Enjoy Stu’s superb account.

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It's also the kind of ride some people make an effort to dress up for.

Great North Bike Ride 30 August 2015

Four of us from Edinburgh Bike Co-op HQ (Derek and Perry from online and Doug and Ged from promotions) met up with our Newcastle shop colleague Gareth, his son, Dan, and more than 2,000 riders from all over the UK to ride Sunday’s Great North Bike Ride (GNBR) from Seahouses to Tynemouth.

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Viva the Revolution

Mr Burgess from West Yorkshire got an early birthday surprise when he found out he was the winner of his choice of Revolution bike in the prize draw comp we ran with Viva mag.

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