How to Make Time to Ride

Many of us struggle to find time to get out and ride, with weekends often being filled up with family or friends & weekdays just being work work work. Sometimes it's just as important to get away from the...
It's that time of year, the days get shorter, the mornings get colder and there's always a chance of rain on the horizon. It's so easy to jump in the car and change your ride for a different form...
With the summer holidays now over commuting in the morning just got that little bit busier. So we have got some top safety tips for you guys. Helping to keep you safe especially now that winter is coming. Give your...
We have all been there, on the side of a road bike upside down on the phone trying to get a lift because you've left the tools in the garage again. This is a guide or advice on what...
Ever since power was introduced nearly 30 years ago by SRM they've completely shaped and changed the cycling world. As they become more accessible to the regular cyclist, a varied set of training software platforms can analyze and advise...
It's that time of year where although the days are getting lighter - the winter is beginning to set in. Icy mornings & cold night commutes - often you can finish a ride without being able to feel your...
Bike fitting. A trick of the trade, there are often very mixed reviews about bike fitting, so we'll help lay some out for you & help you understand why a bike fit could be suited to you. We recently...
Carbon, Aluminium, Steel & Titanium. Many different frame materials are thrown around from day to day with a huge amount of choice already in the frames shape, size and design. So what are the fundamental differences between the various...
Dave Heath graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1983 and subsequently completed a psychotherapy training to further his understanding of mind-body connections and the complexity of pain. Dave is a keen mountain bike rider and has worked...

Do You Bed Your Brakes In?

So you have replaced your disc pads, got some new brakes and rotors, or even a new bike, do you throw your leg over and go for it? or do you "bed in" your brakes? DISC BRAKE RACE BIKES. Bedding in...