Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • Locations to Ride: The North

    Posted in on 25th August 2017.

    From the north to the south, over the next couple of months we will be releasing a series of blog posts based on the best locations to ride in the country, highlighting each point of the compass with different cycle routes we’d like to recommend. With our first post we’re starting with the picturesque heights and valleys of the north. The North Pennine Circular The stunning scenery of the North Pennines are no mystery, which makes it an easy...

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  • Cyclocross Sponsorship

    Posted in on 25th August 2017.

    The 2017 cyclocross season is about to kick off and we've got some exciting news to share about our sponsorship of a small cyclocrossrider.com Racing Team. Our guess is that cyclocross racers probably break more derailleur hangers per head than any other riders, it is rare to see the end of a cyclocross race without someone, somewhere breaking their rear mech. It appears to be an occupational hazard and with BETD manufacturing one of the UK...

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  • Upcoming Cycle Show 2017

    Posted in on 25th August 2017.

    It’s that time of year again - the Cycle Show 2017 is just around the corner! On the 21st to the 24th September we’ll be exhibiting at the NEC Birmingham on Stand G10, amongst 280+ other cycle companies and manufacturers showcasing hundreds of brands. This follows on from a highly successful show in 2016, with a record number of 29,000+ visitors, and importantly a chance for us to showcase the new BETD brand as part of the KMF Group. Furthe...

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  • Choosing the Right Crank Arms

    Posted in on 25th August 2017.

    Length, durability, strength - choosing the right crank arms is no easy task! Below are some of our recommendations and tips on how to make this process easier, plus details on what our Middleburn collection has to offer. Determining crank arm length A key consideration when upgrading or replacing crank arms or crank sets is crank length. Most cranks for road and MTB use are 175mm long, but riders with legs shorter or longer than the average may...

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