A bit like marmite, some people hate mudguards. However, I love them. I run a mudguard all year round, rain or shine, and try to keep my fork seals as … Read More
Obviously, it depends what your local spot is. If you’re in Wales or Scotland, you’re almost guaranteed to have some form of quality riding nearby, right? The same could be … Read More
Twitter. The Twitterverse. The land of mountain bikers with no sense of community, dominated by talk of Brexit and the inevitable close-passing of cars when riding down the road. Often, … Read More
I’m always on the look-out for a bit of a bargain – I think it’s something that’s bred into British folk, especially those of use from Yorkshire. I’m also a … Read More
December 11th, 2016. The date I bought my dream bike; my Santa Cruz Bronson. I promised myself that I’d look after it properly – that I’d give it proper services … Read More
Endura waterproofs have always been highly recommended to me and so I was initially excited to purchase the Helium when I saw it was on offer at almost half price. … Read More
Packless riding is something I’ve been trying to master now for the last two years – the thought of having to ride with a pack has never particularly pleased me. … Read More
It’s a bit of a mouthful for a product name but essentially they’re mountain biking glasses designed to be worn all day without any need to swap lenses or take … Read More
Sheffield is well known for its active sports. In fact, it’s known as ‘the outdoor city’ because of its climbing, walking and, of course, biking. Lady Cannings is one of … Read More
A good waterproof jacket is something I’ve searched for and now I’ve finally found one. Royal Racing’s Matrix jacket is excellent. After trying some cheaper coats, I finally forked out … Read More
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