Tag: cycle

How To Clean Your Bike Like A Pro

In order to make sure you’re components are in good working order and to make your bike last longer it’s very important to clean it after every ride. On a grand tour for example pro team mechanics will clean around 9 bikes each and every day, as for the process, well if you’re not a […]

Lifespan Fitness SM-400 Magnetic Spin Bike

The Lifespan Fitness SM-400 is one of the smoothest spin bikes on the market. The combination of contactless magnetic resistance and belt drive creates an indoor riding experience like no other. Magnetic cycle resistance means that you won’t have to worry about maintaining or replacing worn friction pads ever again. You’ll be able to position […]

Road Bike Maintenance : How to Make Shift Adjustments to a Road Bike

We also want to make sure that the height of our derailer when we are shifting to the smallest chambering is we have clearance to shift up and down, nothing hits. We are parallel with the chambering; we can see that if we look from the front we are parallel. Then to make sure that […]

Cheap Bike Vs Super Bike | Commuter Challenge

– [Ollie] We’ve see the difference between riding a cheap bike and a super bike while cycling. And, well, it’s pretty big. Super bikes allow you to ride faster for the same effort. And that’s probably why they feel so much fun. – [Hank] Yeah, but what about in the real world? What about riding […]

Lifespan Fitness SP-720 Spin Bike

The Lifespan Fitness SP-720 is a rear wheel drive spin bike with 8 preset levels of tension control. Experience a more balanced and realistic riding experience on the SP-720’s rear wheel drive set up. This spin bike mimics the geometry and power transfer of a normal bicycle so you’ll achieve the closest possible riding experience. […]

10 Marginal Marginal Gains That Will Make You Cycle (A Tiny Bit) Faster

– The aggregation of marginal gains. Yep, the methodology made famous by Sir Dave Brailsford, in his pursuit, to turn British cycling, and then later Team Sky into winning organizations. The thinking being that if you can improve everything you do by just one percent, then these small improvements, added up over a long period […]

Road Bike Maintenance : Learn Regular Maintenance for Road Bikes

Things that you want to do, as needed, are replace the housing for your brakes and your shifting when they got worn, gunked up, or corroded. You can see here on my rear derailleur — it’s probably time to replace this housing. It’s all cracked, and rusty, and nasty. And that’s been in there for […]

Vintage Peugeot Road Bike Restoration

Welcome to another bike, and another Restoration This, well I am not to sure what this is. I know it is a Peugeot! and it is from the early 1980’s just purely because of the components that are on the bike but the bike has been heavily painted So yes…A lot of cleaning to do […]

Will this E-bike get me up Mt Vic?

Hey, it’s Catarina from Bicycle Junction, it’s a cold, winter, windy day here in Wellington but I’m out taking the Linus Dutchi with a Lekkie Mid Drive conversion out to tackle some hills today. We get a lot of questions about whether an e-bike will get up some of Wellington’s most difficult hills, so we’re […]