• Buying guides
    A cyclist from a race team which is sposored by Mulebar in action
    15 May 2015
    MuleBar would not have started without a passion to make the best energy products from the best natural ingredients. All of us at MuleBar love eating real food and we believe all our products shine with that passion. Give your body the edge. We believe the closer an ingredient is to it’s natural state the easier your body will process it...
  • Buying guides
    image of Garmin cycle GPS
    15 May 2015
    Cycle GPS computers explained A Cycle GP S is a fantastic training companion to hit the road and trails with. It combines guided navigation with valuable performance feedback to help you ride, record, and revisit your training rides! Training: A GPS unit allows you to download and share post-ride data. Compatibility: Share data with smartphones,...
  • Training guides
    Clair Buchar riding her mountain bike
    15 May 2015
    Words by Claire Buchar We all train physically. Whether it's in the gym for strength, or on the trail for strength, endurance, speed and skill. But what good is all that if sometimes 90% of the game is mental? What good is strength and endurance when you're intimidated by a section of trail? We've all experienced a section of trail...
  • Buying guides
    image of Hiplok bicycle lock
    15 May 2015
    Our bike locks buying guide takes you through the various types of bike lock you can purchase on the Wiggle website. We also discuss what the Solid Secure Rating means and what you should look out for.
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    Wiggle Honda team launch image
    15 May 2015
    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 sportsmen and women across the world.
  • Staff reviews
    image of Elite Turbo Trainer
    15 May 2015 / Andy Burtenshaw
    If you want to keep your summer fitness levels up a turbo trainer is an essential winter accessory. Wiggle staff tester Andy Burtenshaw tests the Elite Crono Mag Speed Turbo Trainer.
  • Buying guides
    Wiggle staffer Ben Simmons riding his Charge mountain bike
    15 May 2015 / Sarah Pain
    What is mountain biking? Wikipedia defines mountain biking as “ the sport of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially designed mountain bikes”. These days the sport has been further broken down into various categories such as cross country, trail and enduro, but essentially the gist of it remains the same;...
  • Buying guides
    SRAM road bike disc brakes
    15 May 2015
    Road brakes explained Road brakes control the speed of your bike. By using your brakes you can slow down your bike or bring it to a complete stop. The main type of brakes found on road bikes are caliper brakes . Cantilevers and V-brakes are often used on cyclo-cross and commuting bikes . Disc brakes , as found on mountain bikes, are also gradually...
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    product image of a shimano chain
    15 May 2015
    What are they? A bike chain is made of links joined by pins. It converts and transmits the power created by you via your pedals to the cassette/freewheel to make your bike travel forwards. Bike chains are mainly constructed from alloy steel. This material is strong and durable enough to withstand the stresses associated with pedalling. What are...
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    image of female mountain biker
    15 May 2015 / Sarah Pain
    Women's bike geometry explained The bike that you ride will be very personal to you and there is no easy answer to fine tuning it. However, if you are about to buy a unisex bike , or already have a unisex bike that does not quite feel quite right, it’s worth tweaking it to create your perfect, one of a kind ride. The theory is that on...

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