Summer continued to elude the British Isles, but that didn’t deter most of us from riding. The first bits of information arrived on 2012 bikes and with the Eurobike with only a few hours away, this will only get more and more hectic for the next couple of weeks. The London riots seem to be […]

It’s that time of the year – our End of Season Sale started today, so it’s time to grab amazing deals on bikes, clothing and accessories! There is a staggering amount of bikes to clear – over 30,000 – so get browsing! As we refreshed the website a couple of weeks ago and the dedicated […]

In our ongoing mission to get more customers trying and rating product, this year we are providing a selection of bikes to be reviewed over time. Here Andy Connolly tells us his first impressions of the Trek FX 7.1 hybird bike: I am moving into my 5th month of riding the Trek and everything is […]

When: Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th August Where: Gatwick Showroom, Camino Park, James Watt Way, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 9TZ First in first served, starts at 9am!! VIEW THE FULL RANGE OF BIKES  HERE.   Please note, this stock list is subject to change and indicative only, arrive early to avoid dissapointment! If you’re after […]

We have received an invitation last week to a Brompton event, where something exciting was to be launched. The event was held yesterday at Betjeman Arms at St. Pancras with the Eurostar platforms acting as a grandiose backdrop. The exciting new product was the Brompton Oratory Jacket, Brompton’s first foray into clothing. Having tried the […]

Guest post from LFGSS from member Will Melling. Do not use Hiplok if pregnant it says in the miniature booklet that accompanies this product. Ok, thanks for the warning. It also says, more applicably for a 46 year old man, that it should not be worn round the neck. The latter you might think is […]

Charge Bikes are one of our favourite brands. Why? We think they stand out from the crowd – they  are functional , unique, look good, and the brand is committed to producing steel bikes when much of the bike world is all about carbon bling. Now we like our bling just as much as anyone […]

We love second hand bicycles at Going Going Bike . Used bikes offer something a bit different to a bike straight out of the factory.  They can also provide great value and are sustainable. Our guest blogger, Andrew from Going Going Bike put together a used bicycle guide for you to enter the world of […]

This Sunday marks the start of another string of tube-strikes. While the strike on Sunday will not affect most people’s commute, it can cause disruptions on the later dates (27 and 29 June and 1 July) – and that’s an excellent opportunity to try out riding to work! It is a fun way to get […]

At 55 miles the London to Brighton’s hardly a sportive, but you still need to be prepared. Simon Handby talks us through what to expect. I’ve a feeling, as the bike crashes down off the log, the suspension compresses and I hear the chain smacking off the chainstay, that chucking myself around this particular bit of singletrack […]

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