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...
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...
With so much choice on the market choosing your first set of road cycling wheels can be quite a daunting experience. Clinchers, tubs, aero wheels, training wheels, climbing wheels, commuting wheels. So much choice and often so little time....
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...
Helmets in cycling have come a long way from the first helmet made of leather to what we see in helmets today. The EPS foam liner found in almost all helmets has been used since the 70's. But helmets...
With autumn just around the corner, the days are getting shorter again and the showers are beginning to set in. Before we know it we'll be in the depths of the bleak British winter & wet weather riding will...
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...
When you've signed up for your first big event, and you're beginning to get the training in it's easy to overlook nutrition. Preparing your bike & gear can be at the forefront of the mind, and nutrition takes a...
So it might be that time, where you took the plunge, signed up for a race but you're not entirely sure what you got yourself in for. Or maybe you've just finished a race & got your nutrition completely...