There are many parts of your bike that you can easily be looked over when servicing. One of the major groups that cannot be missed is the drivetrain. Chainrings, cassettes, chains and derailleurs should always be clean and lubricated. Once worn out, they should be changed immediately. We explain all the tips and tricks of maintaining your drivetrain in perfect condition.
Whether you are upgrading or simply replacing worn out components, when it comes time to buy new cranksets or chainrings, there are several key parameters to consider. Here’s what you need to know to help you select the correct new components.
At times it is road bikes that inherit technology from mountain biking and at other the opposite. Power meters have revolutionised the way professional road racers train, they have been offering their full potential for years in mountain biking too.
Lightweight, strong, precise and delicate. Your bike wheels are what brings you into contact with the terrain. If you look after them, they will look after you. We explain the 5 maintenance tips to keep one of the most important investments of your bike in perfect condition.
Many dedicated cyclists experience knee pain at some point during their cycling career. By its very nature, cycling means lots of pedal strokes over and over again, which tends to cause chronic, repetitive use injuries such knee pain. All those pedal strokes stress the knee joints, and the effects add up over time.
What started as an almost exclusive territory for professionals, due to the high price, has become the perfect complement for planning your training routine with precision. Have power meters made heart rate monitors redundant? We explain the pros and cons of each one.
When it comes to tire types, you have a few choices: clincher, tubular and tubeless. Each has advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we take a look at your options so you can pick what will work best for you ahead of your next bike or wheel upgrade. Clinchers...
Travelling light, far and with a bike. That is the easiest way of describing bikepacking. Directly derived from cycle touring, and the enormous panniers that were mounted on both sides of the bike, bikepacking is an evolution that allows us to travel lighter and more efficiently whilst pedalling with ease… but maybe without as much freedom. Here, we will explain the secrets of bikepacking.