It can be a daunting prospect, but once you’ve got the knack you’ll be able to choose kids’ bikes like a pro. Download our comprehensive guide or get some pointers below. Shop All Kids bikes Weight: Make sure the bike you’re looking at is light in weight. Adults don’t tend to appreciate how heavy,… Read more »
Chain cleaning needn’t be challenging. Graham from our Edinburgh shop shows you how to perform this routine bike maintenance drill in 5 minutes on our latest video.
Have you ever started looking at cheap flights for your cycling holiday and been dismayed by the extra cost to take your bicycle… And then opened 12 different tabs on your browser to compare different airlines? Well close those tabs and check this out. The thoughtful people at bike insurers Yellow Jersey Cycle have created… Read more »
There are many times in life when buying the cheapest alternative for a child is a sensible option. Fish fingers, for example, are probably equally as un-nutritious no matter how much they cost you.
While some parents curtail their cycling once kids come along, more and more of us carry on regardless, thanks to the evolution of kiddy-carrying options – child seats, trailers and trailer bikes.
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…
Our quest blogger, Fiona Outdoors, shares her experience of finding the best kids’ bike.
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.
Roz from our Sheffield shop writes a fine account of The Cinder Track – a terrific traffic-free route on the North Yorkshire Coast from Whitby to Robin’s Hood Bay .
Enjoy a short history of our Revolution brand, from 1977 to the present day.
If you have been led to believe that eBikes are for people too old or too frail to pedal without motorised assistance, it’s time to drop your preconceptions.
It takes a leap of faith to contemplate riding a bike you can’t click into a lower gear when headwinds hurt. But we suggest you give singlespeed a whirl.