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Four on bike skills you need to master | Cycling Weekly

We’ve known even the most experienced of cyclists to drop a gel in motion, hit a pothole while no handed or even get a rain cape caught in a spoke. When you’re just starting out it’s tricky to even take one hand off the bars and reach for your bottle let alone rummaging around in […]

How To: Optimize Your E-Bike Range

I’m normally all over the place with my hands. (singing) I feel like it’s smaller; is that possible? How To: Optimize Your E-Bike Range If you’ve gone for a spin on an e-bike, you already know how much fun they are. E-bikes take all the fun of a traditional bike, and multiply it with a […]

Cycling Tips: Pre-Ride Inspection

whether you’re a new cyclist or a seasoned rider it’s always a good idea to check out your bike before every ride a simple checklist for doing this uses the ABCs a is for air V is for brakes and C is for change this simple list will remind you to check all the important […]

5 Hacks For Perfect Shifting On Your Road Bike

– Coming up, we’ve got five hacks to make setting up your gears easier, and also cure your shifting headaches. First up, correctly setting the limit screws on your derailleurs is a really important job. Potentially saving you from some very expensive mechanical disasters, particularly here on the rear derailleur, and our pro hack is […]

Madrax Bike Racks: How To Park Your Bike

If you’re wondering how to best park your bike so it’s supported and secure, you’re not alone. This video will review four steps to correctly parking your bike. Step 1: Think visibility. When you need to park your bike in an unfamiliar area, or even a familiar one, look for bicycle parking racks that are […]

LSG SPG-200 Spin Bike

The LSG SPG-two-hundred is a belt driven spin bike with all the features of a commercial spin bike. Experience a smooth, yet challenging workout with the heavy-duty belt drive and Truespin flywheel. Take your spin class home with the complete range of seat, handlebar and tensions adjustments. Add to the complete range of workouts to […]

Top 7 Bike Maintenance Hacks | Cycling Tips For Triathletes

– Triathlon requires a lot of care and with that it means a lot of maintenance and that’s before we even start on ourselves. But over the years I’ve learned a number of ways to make that maintenance just a little bit quicker, easier, and sometimes cheaper. So here are my top seven maintenance hacks. […]