Mountain biking is a fantastic way to explore the outdoors and meet like-minded people. In this guide we give you our top tips on everything from what bike you need to what types of mountain bike trails you can ride.
As the Official Team Kit supplier to Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling team and the Official Cycle Clothing partner for Prudential RideLondon, dhb are committed to supporting our sportsmen and women across the world.
Wiggle stocks a wide range of clipless and flat pedals for both road and mountain biking from some of the biggest and best brands. Read our buying guide to find out what's the best kind of pedal for you.
The world's greatest bike race is coming to the UK in 2014, there really is no excuse not to immerse yourself in the three week drama. Here's our guide to the key stages and the riders who will be in the hunt for stage wins and overall honours.
In this new series, PMBI (Professional Mountain Bike Instructor) Claire Buchar explores the tactical side of mountain bike riding. If you want to learn more about preparing to ride a tricky section then read our MTB skills guide.
The Enduro World Series (EWS) is the most exciting race format in mountain biking today; read our guide to learn more about enduro riding as well as some of the amazing race locations for this year's 2014 race series.
Science in Sport strives to use the best science, to deliver the best products and the best advice possible on sports nutrition. Over the years, their work with professional athletes has produced a superb range of products.
FFWD have been producing strong, reliable and high performance carbon wheels in their factory in Holland since 2006. In this guide we consider how to pick the best FFWD wheels for you!
The mountain bike that you ride will be very personal to you and there is no easy answer to fine tuning it. However you can tweak your mountain bike with the right selection of parts - read our guide and learn more.
The cost of running a car and the limitations of taking public transport are encouraging more and more people to take to two wheels on their daily commute. Sustrans has some useful advice to help you start cycling to work.
It's always good to do a thorough bike check at least two weeks before your planned cycle event. This bike preparation guide will show you how to check your bike in an easy to understand step by step manner.
Mountain bike drivetrains are trending towards a stripped back, single chainring approach; with larger cassettes to retain a good gear range. This guide considers why this is an advantage, and what you need to convert.
Good sports nutrition could take your riding, running and swimming to a whole new level. In this guide we look at the High5 Nutrition range, and how their products can address the nutritional demands of your body during sport.
2XU compression clothing is the height of performance apparel; it can increase the efficiency of your warm ups, increase your performance during exercise, and reduce recovery times. In this guide we consider their range.
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.
Wiggle's very own skills coach Sarah Pain explains the core fundamentals of MTB riding in an easy to understand manner. Sarah's expertise and helpful tips will help bolster your confidence on the trails!
Qualified mountain bike coach Chris James is the owner of Alliance mountain bike skills. In this guide he talks about some of the mental skills required to tackle the various challenges riders face on the trail.
Spring presents a challenge in terms of clothing; mastering the balance between being hot or cold, wet or dry, comfortable or uncomfortable is difficult. The ‘transition’ season demands increased adaptability from your clothing…
Preparing and tackling a Fun distance sportive isn’t something to be scared of if you are new to cycling. All it requires is a bike, some good kit, planning and a bit of hard work to get the training in, then off you go…
Preparing and tackling a Standard/Epic distance sportive isn’t something to be scared of. It still requires a bike, some kit, planning and a bit of hard work. The difference this time is it needs a bit more training…