Far too many people make their life harder by riding on a saddle that doesn’t fit them properly. With these simple tips, you can find the saddle designed for you.
Which is right for you? Here are some of the theories behind the age old argument that has divided the mountain biking community for years.
Preparing for an endurance event requires a lot of training. Recognising the difference between too much and too little training can mean avoiding time out for injuries, illness and fatigue.
Having travelled overseas for the last seven years to compete, here are some tips I’ve learnt to help you take your bike on your next adventure.
Being a mountain biker is to be part of a community of friendly people who are out to have fun, and who usually don’t take themselves too seriously. Here’s our cheeky guide for how to fit in as a mountain biker!
If you’re hearing that annoying creaking noise when you’re out enjoying a ride, don’t ignore it – here are some tips to help diagnose your bike’s complaints.
With a few adjustments, your bike can fit you as well as your lycra. Before paying hundreds for a professional bike fit, try these simple tips!
If you’re on a budget, or saving your pennies for that new bike you’ve been dreaming about, here are some ways to get your bike looking and feeling like new, for less!
There is nothing better than strapping up your shoes, wearing your favourite kit and heading out in the warm sun for a ride. But what happens when the sky turns grey and it starts raining?
The answer? Maximise your workout with an indoor training session.
Need some motivation to help get you out of bed and on the bike? Here’s our top tips to make sure you always make it to those early morning rides!