If you're not a regular cyclist, then even the thought of riding your bike to work can seem daunting. However, it’s something that will improve your day - and general life - no end!
Like lots of things to do with cycling, there have been lots of words written about fuelling for longer rides. It is very easy to get confused about what are the correct carbohydrates and how many should you eat.
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?
Hydration on the bike is an easy thing to get right, but an even easier thing to get wrong. It’s easy to forget to drink when you’re cycling; unless you’re working really hard, you may not noticeably sweat as the airflow on your body evaporates the moisture before you realise it’s there.
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.
I could spend the rest of my life in a bubble of expectations. Or I can take a leap of faith and discover the unexpected, the disillusioning, the marvellous. – Basile Verhulst
On 29th July 2017, Ryan Davies set a new age group world record for the UCI Masters World Hour event. An ordinary guy with a full-time job, riding a second-hand bike frame sourced on Gumtree, Ryan rode 48.234 kilometers (29.971miles) in one hour.