• Buying guides
    multi tool image
    04 Jun 2015 / Chris Wright
    A multi-tool is like a Swiss Army Knife for your bike. A small but handy tool with multiple functions, it allows you to perform essential repairs and maintenance by the side of the road or trail.
  • Staff reviews
    image of Kask Mojito helmet
    04 Jun 2015 / Richard Pearman
    I have been cycling for many years now and have had a fair few protecting my head over the years, but I can honestly say this has knocks spots off the rest.
  • Staff reviews
    Image of the GT Grade Carbon 105 bike
    22 May 2015 / Tim Wiggins
    'Gravel Bikes' or disc-equipped road bikes are everywhere in 2015. Could they be as good for the cobbled roads of Flanders as they are for American gravel though? Staff tester Tim Wiggins decided to find out for himself - have a read of his review of the GT Grade Carbon 105.
  • Staff reviews
    image of man using Wahoo Kickr Turbo Trainer
    21 May 2015 / Andy Shackel
    Wiggler Andy Shackel gives us his opinion on the top of the range Power Trainer from Wahoo. The KICKR has been used by the likes of Team Sky and other high end professional team, it has a huge amount of functionality, and a high level of quality...
  • Staff reviews
    Race Face stem and bar combo picture
    21 May 2015 / Tim Wiggins
    In this Wiggle staff review Tim Wiggins writes about his experience using the Race Face Turbine stem and Next carbon handlebars. This new 35mm mountain bike cockpit offers incredible strength and stiffness to maximize performance - #goodstuff
  • Training guides
    Image of PowerTap rear hub
    21 May 2015 / Tim Wiggins
    In this “Training with Power” series, in association with PowerTap, we take a look firstly at why power is such a good measure to use, then we will look at what sessions you can do with your power meter, both indoors and out on the road.
  • Buying guides
    Wiggle staff rider Richard Pearman cycling on road bike
    21 May 2015
    Wiggle buying guides are designed to enlighten your shopping experience; giving you the product and range knowledge to make an informed decision about your purchases
  • Buying guides
    Shimano threaded bottom bracket image
    21 May 2015
    Bottom brackets explained The bottom bracket is a component that is housed in the bottom bracket shell of a bike frame. The purpose of the bottom bracket is to connect the chainset to the frame, this allows the chainset to rotate smoothly. As technology evolves bottom brackets have too, and can be very minimalist, typically bottom brackets are now...
  • Buying guides
    Dainese knee protector image
    21 May 2015
    Why is body armour important? Body armour massively reduces the likelihood of injury. It can make the difference between going home hurt and frustrated, or satisfied with the day's riding, with a bit of mud on your knee-guard. Not only does armour keep you safe, but the added confidence you receive from using it can make a massive difference...
  • How to guides
    A cyclist in position before the Retul bike fit
    20 May 2015
    Words by Morgan Callas Why a bike is fit important? An over the top description of riding a high performance bike that is incorrectly fitted would be like buying a Ferrari that hasn’t got an adjustable seat! Your just not going to get the enjoyment you expected from your purchase because it feels uncomfortable to ride and its limiting the...

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