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We did promise in last weeks blog that we would talk about “Indoor Cycling”, however as the weather seems to be holding good we have decided to put this topic on ice for the moment (pardon the pun). Don’t worry we will still look at this subject and talk about the benefits of turbo trainers and GPS computers like the Wahoo range below, but lets enjoy this late summer sunshine while its lasts!!

We stock the Wahoo Turbo Trainers (from the SNAP through to the KICKR) and the Wahoo Computers, Elemnt and Elemnt Bolt

If you let us know your thoughts and questions in the meantime we would love to answer them within the blog!!!! (comment box at the bottom)

Test ride a new bike!!!

We did also talk about setting up your winter bike and we hope this was helpful, however, if you are already looking ahead to next spring (and ignoring the winter totally) and thinking you want to get a new or upgraded bike then look no further!!! Did you know that Giant / Liv offer the biggest “Test Ride” scheme in the country. This is your chance to try out the latest performance road bikes and full suspension mountain bikes before you buy!! This means you can enjoy the latest cutting edge technology bikes on your regular trails and routes, this enables you to really get a feel for the bike in the real world not just on a track or on roads by your local bike shop. This is a much better comparison because you get to use the bike in a familiar environment in your own time and on the kind of rides you do regularly. Because of this we have seen more and more customers utilise the service and we feel it is the best way to help you make that big decision of which bike to buy. This is a no commitment no obligation service and for full details click on the Test Ride link above.

Giant TCR Advanced Pro 2019

Just one example of the bike you could test ride, this is Tom’s bike of choice, our personal favourite and Cycling Plus Bike of the Year 2018 (among many many more to choose from!!) As we always say, “come in for a chat” Safe riding!!

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