• How to guides
    Cycling Nutrition Guide by Science in Sport
    10 May 2016
    Whether you're cycling for fitness or for a competition, don't let those hard earned miles go to waste by having a poor nutritional strategy. Your nutrition will determine how you perform in the saddle; get it right and you can manage fatigue, adapt, and increase performance. In this guide, we get some Top Tips from Science in Sport; on how they help fuel professional cycling teams like Team Sky Professional Cycling.
  • Buying guides
    Trek-Bars
    18 Apr 2016
    We all understand the importance of fuelling our bodies, to get the most out of our exercise. At TREK, they believe in fuelling the natural way. The wholefood way. So they created a range of energy bars for those who seek a natural energy source. With wholesome ingredients and natural protein, TREK provides a satisfying burst of energy, which sticks with you and keeps you going, when you need it most.
  • How to guides
    Optimising your caffeine intake for sport - With TrueStart coffee
    15 Apr 2016
    We all know that caffeine can have performance benefits; especially for endurance sports. It can help you to feel fired-up, 'activated' and ready to roll. How much caffeine is optimal for performance though? When should you take caffeine before sport? What is the best way to take it? We talk to performance coffee brand TrueStart, to find the answers...
  • Buying guides
    Which supplements are best for cyclists?
    18 Mar 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    Sports nutrition can be a minefield, for both amateur and professionals alike; so in this guide, we ask which supplements could help your cycling, and which supplements could help you to ride faster and recover faster.
  • Staff reviews
    Hiplok Gold Superbright wearable bicycle lock review
    15 Mar 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    One thing matters more than most, with bicycle commuting: Safety. Safe riding, and a safe and secure place to leave your bike at your destination. The NEW Superbright series from UK-based Hiplok is all about fulfilling that need. Tim tests it out...
  • Staff reviews
    VeloToze Shoe Covers review
    14 Mar 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    With the sun coming out, but the roads still damp, a good set of lightweight overshoes will help to protect your feet from the elements. In this review, staff tester Tim Wiggins takes a look at the veloToze long shoe covers; a lightweight and innovative overshoe.
  • Buying guides
    The dhb Women’s Halterneck Bib Shorts - An innovative solution…
    29 Feb 2016 / Tim Wiggins
    At dhb, we don't like problems: we prefer solutions. Our product development team recognised a problem that all female cyclists encounter on those longer rides - the mid-ride wee stop. With a problem identified, we set out to find a solution!
  • Staff reviews
    SRAM Level brake guide
    23 Feb 2016 / Steve Kitchin
    "If SRAM's new Level disc brakes were a footballer, they would be a pre-tattooed Lionel Messi." - Wiggler Steve Kitchin shares his guide on the new SRAM Level brake.
  • Staff reviews
    Exposure Diablo and Maxx-D review
    31 Dec 2015 / Tom Vaux
    Wiggler Tom Vaux was handed a pair of Exposure lights to test over the winter months. Have a read of his staff review and learn more about Exposure's impressive range of lights.
  • Staff reviews
    Wahoo KICKR SNAP Smart Trainer review
    18 Dec 2015 / Richard Pearman
    Wiggler Richard Pearman has been testing the Wahoo KICKR SNAP Smart Turbo Trainer. Have a read of his excellent staff review to learn more about this invaluable training tool.

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