Many of us remember our first bike fondly. While it might be a stretch to say that one well selected bike will turn fledging peddlers into lifelong cyclists, getting it right first time can certainly make the difference between a positive early experience, and a negative one. How have children’s bikes changed? Firstly – adults’ […]

We’re proud to be working with Cyclists Fighting Cancer (CFC) to help children and their families battle cancer. The Berthoud’s received bikes in February and have been happily frolicking on two wheels ever since – the children enjoying the family activity, and parents being reminded of their first meeting, on a cycling holiday aged fifteen. Andrew […]

Shop Pinnacle kids bikes >>> We have been developing Pinnacle bikes since 2006, designed in-house to meet the demands of British riders, drawing on your feedback, and our knowledge and experiences to tailor the range for our customers’ needs. It’s been a few years since we last produced kids bikes and the brand has experienced somewhat […]

Rupert works at our Contact Centre and he has been reviewing bikes for a while for our blog. This time, however, he passed on the baton to his daughter. You can read her initial impressions about the Moda Major here. Over the summer the Moda has been utilised by Marley in a Triathlon training weekend, […]

Rupert works at our Contact Centre and he has been reviewing bikes for a while for our blog. This time, however, he passed on the baton to his daughter. After looking for a good few months for a specific Road Bike for my 11 year old Daughter Marley, I found out that we would be […]

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 […]

We are proud to announce a partnership between Evans Cycles and Bikeworks, an award winning social enterprise dedicated to turning lives around through the power of the bicycle. Bikeworks offer comprehensive training to aspiring mechanics. The 2007 born company truely impressed us with their ability to turn out some really skilled graduates, so we’ve formed […]

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 […]

Guest blogger Phoebe Doyle has reviewed the Specialized Small Fry Child Helmet for us. Phoebe Doyle blogs about parenting and education at www.tremendouslytwo.blogspot.com As my 5 year old daughter Rosie has recently become the mightily proud owner of a suitably pink and girly bike (the Molly Raleigh), apparently her unisex Winne The Pooh helmet will […]

Guest blogger Phoebe Doyle reviewed the Adventure ST3 Two Seater 2009 Trailer bike for us. Phoebe Doyle blogs about parenting and education at www.tremendouslytwo.blogspot.com OK, I’ll level with you; I’m not exactly the most confident of cyclists and so hadn’t given the idea of a trailer much thought. Friends of ours though had found them […]

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