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  • New Year, New Resolutions. 6 Reasons Why Cycling Is The New You.

    Every year we commit to New Year resolutions. They invariably fail, as we have decided to give up something we love or have to do something we do not want to do. Why not this year commit to something fun? Something you will, therefore, stick to? Cycling resolutions can be fun and will help you enjoy the next year. Cycling is the best way to have a successful 2017. As such we have compiled a list ...

  • Black Friday Sale 2016

    Although it is a tradition borrowed from America, it brightens up the bleak November days and gives us chance to put some more people on bicycles. Cycling is healthy so this sale is good for your you. This year we started Early so all folks can get their goodies in time for Thank's Giving and. Our sale is a bit of a lottery with deals changing daily throughout to November 27. We also made it COSMI...

  • Winter Riding: It is easier than you think

    Winter riding is great. That is a simple fact. Riding during winter and particularly commuting to work will have people thinking you are Rambo. People will think you are crazy, but they will also begrudgingly admire you. The secret is that although people believe it is hard, it really is not but it is a whole load of fun. Preparation for winter cycling is the key, if you ride in a pair of jeans, b...

  • MY LONDON CYCLING EXPERIENCE

    Hi! I have spent my summer writing this blog and now as my final entry, I will share my experience in cycling and lifestyle this year in London. First things first Who am I and who is my bike?   I am Ieva, a 21-year-old Latvian-born art student. And my bike is an Erenpreiss Greta 1st generation in light blue. I got this bike 5 years ago in May and compared to London I barely rode it, because I sim...

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  • World records longest and biggest bikes

    Want to give yourself a challenge of getting  into the Guinness World Records for the longest or the heaviest bike? You will have to break the record set by members of Dutch cycling organisation the Mijl Van Mares Werkploeg. They built the longest bicycle in the world, measuring an incredible 35.79 m! Yep, this is the bike. Pretty insane. With numerous aluminum trusses used to link both ends  of ...

  • How to care for your cycle: tips on bike maintanance and safety

    How to care for you cycle: Start with the little tasks first, like brake pads, bar tape, brake and gear cables, cassette swap/clean, chain removal etc, and get confident with those. Learn how to fit a tube. Oil your chain, keep your bike clean. Progress slowly to get more confident with the bike and your mechanical skills. Buy the right tools for the job, and most importantly learn how to use...

  • NEW IN STORE: State Bicycle Co: Ashton + Undefeated II

    Two new bikes from State Bicycle Co have arrived in our store. Ashton and Undefeated II are powerful and stylish, each with its own perks and cool features! ASHTON is a superberry you need in your menu! Gorgeous radial spoke pattern, burgundy frame with cream and brown leather accents makes all the riders rush to the table. There is the usual choice of handlebars: bar, riser bar or drop down bar....

  • Interview with Dani Foffa from Foffa Bikes

    Why / How did you start your business in the bicycle industry ? I was based in London, working in the City as a Business Analyst. It doesn’t do much for the soul, being a business analyst. In my spare time, I was renovating old bicycles and then selling them. This quickly took over my living room, my bedroom and the basement of the office where I worked. It was the bikes that I woke up thinking ...

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  • Recyclable helmet from a vending machine. Are we in the future?

    Recyclable helmet from a vending machine. Are we in the future? 28-year-old industrial designer and a regular bike renter Isis Shiffer was tired of lugging around her own helmet, so she took matters into her own hands. Called the EcoHelmet, Shiffer created a unique foldable helmet designed to be purchased from a vending machine at a bikeshare station. "You could buy a helmet for $5 or less, and w...

  • Virtual Reality Mountain Biking in Eurobike 2016

    At Eurobike in Friedrichshafen on Lake Costanza, this year the HERO presented a virtual reality ride to the public. All the thrills, emotion, sounds, images, and even vibrations of the race itself. During the 5 days of the fair, it was possible to experience the highs and lows of what is the toughest mountain bike race in the world: Südtirol Dolomites. It was a chance to try, through a virtual r...

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