The Neon models are essentially flat barred road bikes, combining all the speed and efficiency of a traditional dropbar road bike with a flat handle for a slightly raised, upright riding position which is perfect for inner city environments. Light (all models come in well under 24lbs) and stiff, the Neon’s are the without doubt […]

With any luck you’ll have had a good look at the previous blog that gives a brief overview of the all-new Pinnacle range. If not you should be able to find it here. In a series of more in-depth posts I’ll be putting the spotlight on the bikes that make up each specific model category. We’ll start […]

Have you ever been to Scarborough? It’s a nice town in North Yorkshire with a stunning beach and to mention a cycling-related fact,  last year half of the visitors and teams of the Dalby Forest World Cup race spent a couple of nights there. But there is more! You might not have been aware of […]

Controversial plans to uproot a dedicated cycle lane in one of the South’s busiest cities have been defeated. Tory proposals at Brighton and Hove Council’s 3 March budget meeting were defeated by Labour and Green councillors who banded together to force through an amended budget which will keep the scheme on Grand Avenue and The […]

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 Kelvin Hamilton tells us about his first impressions of the Jamis Bossanova Touring bike: The Bosanova caused quite a stir in the office, where at least 50 percent […]

This month’s customer review was written by Ben Auty on the Fibreflare Rear Light Review, and as usual, he is entitled to the £250 voucher. Don’t believe what you read these are BRIGHT … They are perfect in dark conditions … Help you be seen 2 fold, and here is why, A) They are a […]

Right, let’s get one thing straight. I’m not a dad and nor am I an accountant. Hell, I’m a wannabe rouleur or grimpeur. In fact, I’m an anythingeur but not what you would describe as the average commuter. In short I’m just a weekend warrior who still dreams of wearing the maillot jaune or maglia […]

The Big Pedal is a humongous, fantastically brilliant race from 7-25 March between hundreds of schools and tens of thousands of cycling pupils. It’s powered by Sustrans and funded by the Bike Hub. This year’s three-week-long Big Pedal is a daily stage race, a bit like the Tour de France, only it’s right here in […]

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: When I was asked to ride and rate a hybrid commuter bike I was […]

Though the first big snowfall is behind us now, having the right gear for winter riding is more important than ever as the mercury can still stay below zero for weeks on end. While it’s obvious for many how to dress up properly for such harsh conditions, we thought it might come handy, if we […]