Knowing how to tell when your running shoes are worn out and need to be replaced is vital to prevent injury and get the most out of your training.
A bicycle cassette is the cluster of sprockets located on the rear hub of your bike, slotting onto a freehub body and held firmly in place with a threaded cassette lockring. Find out everything you need to know in our Cassette Buying Guide.
This guide helps to explain the wide variety of cycling shoes available. We consider specific designs for road cycling, triathlon and mountain biking, and variations within these sub-categories.
Fastpacking, sometimes called fast-hiking, combines long-distance trail running and traditional hiking into an exciting hybrid that embraces performance, fitness, and speed.
By the time we get to July and August you are likely to have racked up a lot of mileage and you may have done your main focus event for the year.
The best tyres for cycle commuting should be tough enough to withstand the grittiest of urban rides, whilst still offering grip and a low rolling resistance so that you can ride in confidence. Find out everything you need to know about commuter tyres in our Commuter Tyres Buying Guide.
What are cycle commuting tyres?
The daily commute can be hard on your bike in general, and especially your tyres. Urban roads are more likely to be peppered with sharp debris like broken glass which means there's a higher chance you could suffer a puncture.
The proverbial ‘lid’ is now an accepted part of the cycling uniform. This protective cycling accessory has been radically redeveloped over recent decades, using next-generation materials, frontier-pushing aerodynamics, and top tier technologies.
Do you need tights, trousers, shorts, compression, ¾ length? The amount of choice can be daunting, while getting it right is vital for both your performance and your confidence. This guide should answer all your questions and help you make an informed decision so you hit the road or trail no matter what the conditions.
Cycling through the winter can be rewarding, but cold hands can be painful and ruin the experience.
A good pair of cycling gloves will keep chills at bay, but what else can you do to enjoy getting out on the bike during the colder months without suffering from freezing fingertips?
We’ve drawn on our bitter(ly cold) experience to bring you our top tips, as well as this year's best winter bike gloves for every kind of cyclist.