today Just went for the 1st ride on my new bike, for some reason I though it would be a good idea to ride down a steep cobbled towpath and then slam the breaks on. Amazed I escaped only with a graized knee and very injured pride. Funnily enough (or
in your quads.The bike leg is the longest and most strategic part of any triathlon, so it’s crucial to make the most of it. Your bike training should always include a long ride at a slower pace and lower heart rate (just like running, they’re usually done
Just looking to try and purchase a Road Bike to help improve my cycling for looking to try my fist Triathlon.All cycle shops seem to have their best bike but they all seem to be really expensive. Does anyone have good advise on what is a good
I have been wondering if a cyclo-cross bike would be a good multipurpose bike. would be interested to hear what anyone who has such a bike or knows poeple who use them thinks. KONA Jake would such a bike be okay for:1 ... i assume it would be okay
Hi all,My lovely parents have said they'll help me out with cost of a road bike for Christmas. With this in mind (i'll be meeting the rest of the cost!) I'm doing some looking around at the moment and am thoroughly confused by the technical jargon
thankfully otherwise I'd have had an awkward experience when it actually gave way.I can't afford to replace it with a new bike at the moment coz I've got a lot of things I need to be paying for soon, so I'm wondering about welding it back together. I know it
Having just done a marathon I am looking to change my training and do a triathlon in sept, so I need a bike.
Just wondering who folks would suggest to try for a bike-fit of this standard in the North-west?
Easy-as-pie psiTop Dog St Deluxe pump, £46.99Tyre pressure affects your bike's comfort, speed, handling and even your safety. And although your road tyres may have a maximum pressure of 125 psi, that might not be the pressure you should use; most
Easy-as-pie psi - Top Dog St Deluxe pump, £46.99Tyre pressure affects your bike's comfort, speed, handling and even your safety. And although your road tyres may have a maximum pressure of 125 psi, that might not be the pressure you should use; most
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