Cycle To Work This February

Get on your bike this month and cycle to work! We have loads of content to help you get started with reaping the amazing benefits that cycling more often has to offer.

How to Start Cycling – Everything you Need to Know

Not only does cycling increase your fitness, flexibility, strength, and joint mobility, but it can also improve your posture and strengthen your bones. It’s an excellent fat-buster, particularly around the stomach, and even reduces your risk of disease. It’s also good for your mental health. Cycling has been proven to reduce anxiety, depression and stress. Last but not least, it works all of your major muscle groups, is low-impact, and most importantly, loads of fun.

Get Into Road Cycling

The British Isles have some of the most spectacular, challenging and pleasurable cycling routes in the world; from the coastal roads in the highlands of Scotland, to the flats of the Norfolk Broads – there is a ride to suit everyone. Road cycling can be enjoyed in a number of ways by cyclists (and non-cyclists) of all abilities. Whether you fancy trying you hand at racing, want to test your endurance over a sportive, hope to raise some money on a charity ride or simply want to enjoy a peddle with your family, the possibilities are endless.

Cyclist Tips To Get New Riders Off To The Best Start

It's understandable that during the first year of cycling, you may find yourself coming across a number of questions and stumbling blocks. Even those who have been riding ten years will occasionally find themselves stumped. If you're a new rider yourself, or know someone who is, here's all the advice we wish we'd received when we first got on the bike