Buying guides09 Mar 2017 / Tim WigginsThe season openers - 'The Spring Classics', are predictably unpredictable. There will be wind and rain, there will be snow and mud; then combine that with cobbles, gravel and gradients, and you'll see mechanicals, abandonments, frozen riders and beaten-up bikes. It is a challenging start to the year. After riding the Strade Bianche Grand Fondo in testing conditions this spring, Tim Wiggins outlines the kit that he recommends for wet and cold, extreme weather cycling.
Training guides11 Mar 2016In this guide, we provide 7 easy tweaks for your triathlon swim; which will leave you with a stronger, more efficient swim stroke.
Buying guides12 May 2016High5 Sports Nutrition's ZERO tablets are one of our top selling nutrition products. These simple electrolyte tabs can be added to water; to produce a refreshing and hydrating drink; which will replace vital salts as well as fluids. In this 'product spotlight' guide, we learn more about them...
How to guides26 Jun 2015It is always good to give your bike a thorough check at least two weeks before your planned cycle event. This will give you ample time to get any repairs done and reduce the possibility of experiencing a mechanical issue during your ride.