The Tour de France has come and gone, but the bike world keeps on moving. Here are some of the coolest bits of bike technology hitting cycling shops near you soon.
Having a bike stolen is the worst thing that can happen to a bike owner. The threat of theft is very real, with tens of thousands of bikes stolen each year. Here are some bike security tips to keep your pride and joy safe.
Riding your bike on the road is safer than a lot of people realize. This fear of being hit by cars is a significant deterrent for people considering cycling and biking on the road. The risk is low, but the fear is high
We sympathize with the feelings of deflation that come with the race being over. Here are five things you can do to fill the void left by the Tour de France.
Lots of people are making the transition to e-bikes for commuting and leisure cycling. Like any bike, staying on top of the maintenance for your e-bike ensures a smoother, faster, and overall more pleasant ride. Maintenance also means the bike will last longer, which is important considering how expensive e-bikes can ...
Renesas worked with the new standard to create their new mobility solution for e-bikes designed for 48V. The reference design takes a modular design approach to create core blocks and optional functional blocks for use with a variety of 24-48V solutions.
Research suggests that at a time where vehicle usage lessened by roughly 53%, there was a decrease of 36% on Euston Road and as much as 55% on Marylebone Road alone. From the beginning of lockdown to now
While it’s widely known that there are a number of advantages that can come with this activity, both mentally and physically, the current circumstances of the world may make people second-guess going out with their bikes.
Rule 64 of the Highway Code states that cyclists should not cycle on the pavement when riding their bike.