Your tyre choice depends on a few different, but equally important factors: the type of riding, location, conditions, and whether you’re racing. Here are some tips to find which tyre is right for you.
Without a doubt, the most important part of any ride is the pre-, mid- or post-ride coffee stop. Wear your roadie tag with pride with these fun tips on how to fit in at the coffee shop.
The Old Ghost Road is a three-day trek on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Following a mining route from the 1800’s, this 85-kilometre ride is one you don’t want to miss.
The process of building a trail is arduous, but also immensely satisfying. I’ve made plenty of mistakes during the process, so here’s my guide to help you avoid some mistakes and get started.
Here are some helpful tips for planning the ultimate riding trip.
With some great quality phone mounts on the market now, taking your phone on your ride has never been easier. We’ve listed our favourite apps that every cyclist needs.
If you’re new to the world of riding, you might hear some strange lingo, but read on and you’ll be talking like a pro in no time.
By simply riding regularly with your mates, you’re not only having fun and keeping fit, you could also be lowering your risk of dementia.
You can save yourself valuable seconds in your next triathlon by using these easy tips.
It’s always easier to ask for forgiveness than permission.