Focus were prominent in last year’s Tour when Ag2r-La Mondiale won the Team Classification riding Focus Izalco Max bikes. We spotlight four of the best buys from this German-based bicycle company.Read more >
From Alex Dowsett’s hour record-beating skinsuit to being the official outfitter of riders as diverse as Team Movistar on the road and Danny MacAskill on the trails, Endura are renowned as the UK’s cycle clothing experts.Read more >
Genesis have built a name for being the largest British bicycle company, specializing in high-end steel bikes. So much so, at many races Madison/Genesis are the only pro team riding steel frames.
Genesis steel bikes are in such demand, you rarely see them discounted.
We are pleased to offer two exceptions that prove that rule.Read more >
To enter simply follow our Manchester Twitter page – @edinbikemanc, find, favourite and retweet our competition tweet.Read more >
Solo jerseys are quite simply some of the best looking and most comfortable cycling tops we have ever had the pleasure to offer.Read more >
Kids love cycling. You can understand why. It’s fast, fun and liberating. When they ride, kids are no longer passengers. They’re in the driving seat. Talk about rite of passage.Read more >
Ownership of a bike-carrying rack is a great incentive to take your bicycle with you when you set off on your travels, holidays or weekend breaks.Read more >
The very act of pulling on one of these jerseys prepares you for the bike ride and helps you go faster.Read more >
Looking for a classy bike that stands out from the mainstream?
Then check out five of the head-turning bicycles in this year’s Marin range.Read more >
If you’re out on the bike, especially for an hour or more, you need to keep your fluid and electrolyte levels topped up to prevent dehydration.Read more >
Here is a roundup of our current best buys in bicycles, which include road bikes with up to £500 off, and mountain bikes with up to £1,100 off.Read more >
Velofest’s diverse programme offers something for every taste from urban mountain biking to bike polo, and from riding naked to cycling in tweed.Read more >
First introduced in 2000, Specialized BG gloves are famous for helping prevent the hand numbness or discomfort you can experience, especially on longer rides.Read more >
Fabric Saddles are a stand-alone offshoot of the highly regarded UK bike company Charge. Fabric’s genius has been to create a simplified saddle design where the saddle’s waterproof microfibre cover is vacuum bonded to a one-piece base – not stitched or stapled on as is normally the case.Read more >
Whyte built their reputation as the British company who perfected the art of creating mountain bikes for UK riding conditions.Read more >
Whyte love to keep our people up to speed with the development of their bikes. That’s why, earlier this month, a group of our staff jumped at the opportunity to attend training days at Glentress in the Scottish Borders and the Peak District just outside Sheffield.Read more >
These locks are so admired by the cycling community, bicycle D-locks are often generically referred to as Kryptonites.
Kryptonite remain on top of their game by continually refining and improving on bike security devices – their area of expertise since 1972.Read more >
It may only be May but Specialized are already off the mark with the launch of their first 2016 bike: the completely redesigned 27.5 inch-wheel version of one of the most feted names in mountain biking – the Stumpjumper FSR.Read more >
If you’re looking for cycle clothing that is really well made, looks distinctive and is tremendous value for money, our Revolution range is a revelation.Read more >
The ability to take your children (and any other unwieldy load) on the bike gives you more reasons to ride, and that’s always a good thing in our book.Read more >