Do I Need a  Cyclocross Bike or a Gravel Bike?
Sep 22, 2020

Do I Need a Cyclocross Bike or a Gravel Bike?

Cyclocross Bike or a Gravel Bike?Buyers Guide ICAN AC388 ICAN X-Gravel Do I Need a Cyclocross Bike or a Gravel...
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What is the difference between Enduro bike and Trail bike?
Sep 16, 2020

What is the difference between Enduro bike and Trail bike?

A full detail discussion about the difference between Trail bike and Enduro bike...
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Wheel Stress Testing
Oct 18, 2019

Wheel Stress Testing

In a recent review of our Aero 40 wheelset by, Jim Langley set out ten tests for wheels to pass....
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Fat Bike Buyers' Guide 2020
Aug 30, 2019

Fat Bike Buyers' Guide 2020

Fat bikes have had a boom, but now their sales are growing again. The reason why more and more people want a fat bike is simply that they are fun. You can’t help but have a huge smile on your face after going out for a ride on a fat bike. If you want a no-fuss bike that you can just get out and ride, no matter the conditions, then a fat bike is the bike for you.

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Carbon Road Bike Wheels Buyers' Guide 2020
Aug 26, 2019

Carbon Road Bike Wheels Buyers' Guide 2020

Carbon road bike wheels, there are thousands of options available. Just looking through all the options can be a highly confusing task, and once you put a marketing spin on it, it just gets worse. That is why we’ve put together a carbon road bike wheels buyers guide. Once we’ve broken down the terminology used, you’ll find it easier to make an informed decision and buy the road bike wheels that best suit you.

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Tips For Starting to Ride a Bike
Aug 19, 2019

Tips For Starting to Ride a Bike

When you decided to ride a bike, you can be jumping into a world you don’t know well. People will use new words, or words in ways you aren’t used to hearing them. People will also try and give you advice, some will be good, and some will be bad.

We felt it would then be a great idea to offer you a few tips and ideas to make cycling fun and easy.

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TAKE A RIDE ON THE WILD SIDE
Aug 12, 2019

TAKE A RIDE ON THE WILD SIDE

If you've been yearning for excitement that gets the heart pumping and adrenaline flooding your veins, try hurling yourself down a steep freeride course. It should test your bike handling skills to the limit, and teach you a few valuable lessons. But it's an exploit which must be carefully planned in advance. In less hectic riding, a mechanical fault or a steering mistake is no great problem, even on a technical course – you can always put one foot down. But when you're dodging trees, pushing the envelope and close to the edge, the famous Murphy's Law applies: Prepare on the assumption that the worst will happen. You and your bike must obey Murphy – and here's how to do it.  Let's assume that you have a standard mountain bike, and an urge to tackle a freeride course for the first time. To keep yourself out of  the emergency room, there are certain upgrades you can apply to your bike, and we're going to outline them for you.  

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