Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • London Bike Show 2019

    Posted in on 27th March 2019.

    The London Bike Show is back for another year. Taking place between 29th and 31st March at the ExCeL centre, London, the London Bike Show is the UK’s largest cycling exhibition. This year’s show will have: A Subaru Performance Centre where attendees can visit the theatre where there will be special guests and experts giving attendees an insight into some of the best-kept secrets in the biking industry. The bike test track will allow you to ...

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  • Getting your Bike Ready for Spring

    Posted in on 20th March 2019.

    Today marks the first day of spring, so we thought we’d dedicate this week’s blog post on how you can get your bike ready for spring. Whether you’ve been riding during the winter or not, we still suggest you do these few checks to make sure you’re all ready and raring to go. Back to Basics: Rinse off any salts, sand and grime that may be lingering on the bike/tyres with a hose (using low-pressure water). Check your tyres to see if they a...

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  • Nutrition and Hydration in Cycling

    Posted in on 14th March 2019.

    Photo: Foodie Crush. We’ve focused this week’s blog post on how to fuel your body the right way, seen as though it is Nutrition and Hydration week. Hydration Hydration is essential for those who cycle and workout, as you lose certain minerals that the body needs to restore. There are two factors to how readily fluid will be absorbed by the body. The first one is the rate at which the fluid drains from the stomach. The second is the rate of fl...

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  • Derailleur Hanger 431 - VooDoo Bizango E 2018

    Posted in on 6th March 2019.

    What is the correct name for a derailleur hanger? Derailleur hangers can also be known as mech hangers, gear hangers, rear mech hangers, dropout hangers, mountain bike hangers, road bike hangers, gear mech hangers, cast hangers… there is no certain name for it. What is a derailleur hanger? Derailleur hangers are small pieces of metal that are designed to bend or snap to protect the frame of a bike. They are usually attached to the rear or front...

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