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New Year’s Resolutions can last for a week or they can form the habit of a lifetime. Even though the New Year has passed, there’s still time to make a resolution, so check out our guide how to make an effective resolution along with our favourite bike-related goals from past years!
PRO BIKE TOOL in shortlist of six businesses competing in the ‘Export Champion of the Year’ category
PRO BIKE TOOL win Gold in ‘Best SME’ and Silver in ‘Best Customer Centric Organisation: Digital Initiatives’ awards.
We are elated to have been shortlisted for two categories of the UK Business Awards!
Too high and it feels like you’re riding on huge rocks all day, and corners feel like ice rinks. Too low and you risk getting pinch flats, you wear your tires out, and it feels like riding through mud. But if you get the perfect pressure in your bike tires you’ll be faster, smoother, and have better grip!
How do PRO BIKE TOOL Insulated Bike Water Bottles keep your drink so incredibly cold!? Let us explain…
Do you know if your bike is safe to ride? Check out our guide on how to perform a fast but thorough check on your bike!
Are your bike rides being blighted with creaks and ticks? Check out our guide to solve the problem!
We talk to three riders from our partner team about racing the word’s best
There’s a huge range of tools you can buy for your home bike workshop, however, it needn’t be complicated and expensive with our guide.
You’ve probably seen the little numbers on your stem and various other places on your bike where hex bolts are. They usually say something like ‘5 Nm’? If you don’t know what they mean or what their significance is, then you’d better keep reading.
Just because it’s winter there’s no need to stop riding. With a few careful choices of kit and understanding what type of riding to do, winter cycling can be a fun and rewarding experience.
Our Winter Cycling 101 is your go-to list for keeping the pedals turning this winter!
Want to be faster on the bike? Want to feel awesome off the bike? With a little hard work and training know-how, these things are easily within your grasp.
Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, there are a set of bike tools that all riders need in their bike maintenance tool kit. Essential tools for basic bike repair and maintenance that all riders will need. These will let you carry out all the key fixes and fettles that you’ll need to perform out on the road or at home.
There’s a lot of bike tools and spare parts that you can take on your bike ride. However, you don’t want to take so much that it’s excessive! So, what are the essential items that you should take on every ride that you can actually fit in your pockets or saddle bag?
As part of our partnership with Downing Cycling (read more here), we’re going to be sharing exclusive tips with you from professional coach and ex-UK professional road racer Dean Downing.
How a PRO Bike Tool ambassador and secondary school teacher balances a full-time job with an even fuller training schedule.