A few weeks ago bike buyers Mark Rose and Joel Natale visited Bobbin Bikes in New York to check out the new range. First they chatted about the brand and then headed out for a ride – here is the account of the day. Q: What are you doing in New York, aren’t you based […]

The Centre for Challenge Prizes at Nesta is launching two prizes to harness UK ingenuity to increase the number of people cycling across the UK. The prizes are supported by Nesta and the Department for Business Innovation and Skills. Whether as a means of getting around locally for individuals and families, or for the daily […]

The Cobalt models are a bit more leisure-orientated/mixed terrain focused than the Neon and Lithium models that have  the urban commuter and tarmac firmly within their sights. With 63mm travel suspension forks up front and efficient full-size 700c wheels shod with high-volume 45c tyres, the Cobalt models prioritize comfort over speed and are designed for […]

Last years’ Dolomite and Gabbro models were widely regarded as the ideal bikes for an introduction to the world of drop bar road bikes, offering great value for money with reliable/dependable specs. With some clever additions to the range there’s greater choice and even better value to be had. On the riding front we’ve tweaked […]

This month’s customer review was written by Peter Alexander on the Pinnacle Neon Three Hybrid bike, and as usual, he is entitled to the £250 voucher. My old-school MTB of 15 years finally gave up. Now I have the glorious Pinnacle Neon Three Hybrid. It was tough moving on from the bike I knew and loved […]

Welcome to the second in our blogpost series insights into the new Pinnacle 2012 bikes. If you missed our first one on the new flighty Neon series, you can catch up here. Next up, it’s the turn of the Lithium. Without doubt the runaway success of last years’ range as it won fans left, right and […]

We’ve made some big changes to the 2012 Pinnacle range and whilst the bikes share the same names as the previous year and make look visually similar there’s a lot more going on than meets the eye. In these series of blogposts we’ll take each series and look in-depth at the main features and changes. […]

The lovely Specialized Dolce caught everyone’s attention while we shot the video back in February in the mild Spanish winter. View the Specialized Dolce Sport 2012 >>>

Guest post by Ben Gaby, Kona UK Fresh from the Kona Productions Crew, How Bikes Make Cities Cool – Portland, is a five-minute mini documentary that explores the thriving bicycle culture resident to one of North America’s most progressive metropolises. Filmed entirely by bike, with support from longtime Kona Portland dealer Sellwood Cycles and resident […]

Looking for a comfy bike that you can use for commuting and shorter rides on a bridleway or a canalside as well? Watch our guide to all-round hybrid bikes to help you to choose the right bike.

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