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Chris Akrigg gets rad and retro
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Just in time for Throwback Thursday, trials rider Chris Akrigg has a new video sure to fuel the stoke of the retro crowd — and sure to make the rest of us glad mountain bikes have progressed as far as they have! Quiz: vintage mountain bikes – how many do you remember? Throwback Thursday: 1992 […]

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5 ways to make your old bike feel like new
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With enough riding, your bike can slowly feel like it’s an extended part of you. Every scratch and scuff carries a memory (mostly painful), while every other imperfection is proof of its use. Everything you ever wanted to know about cleaning your bike chain 10 reasons why your shifting sucks However, over time your bike […]

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Specialized Ruze comp review
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The 13.65 kg Ruze is the women-specific version of the Fuse – a hardtail with plus-sized 27.5 tyres. Specialized’s geometry for its women’s bikes is based on data from numerous sources and bike fits. For the Ruze, this means shorter reach, lower standover and shorter crank lengths matched to the bike size. 10 protein-rich meals […]

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Subscribe to Cycling Plus and get a bonus set of Lezyne lights!
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Subscribe to Cycling Plus and for a limited time only we will send you a pair of Lezyne Hecto Drive bike lights worth £54.99! You’ll also get a 17% saving on the cover price and get every issue delivered directly to your door! About the Lezyne Hecto Drive light set: Exceptionally long run time with […]

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How to manual a mountain bike
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BikeRadar has already showed you how to wheelie, and a natural progression from that skill is to learn how to manual. A manual, like a wheelie, is a trick that involves keeping the front wheel elevated while your rear wheel tracks the ground. Let downhill racing legend Steve Peat and dirt jumper Blake Samson explain how it’s […]

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Best mountain bike shorts from new brands
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For years, there were only a few major players in the mountain bike short world. While Fox, Pearl Izumi and Race Face still dominate, there are now a number of options from established companies and start ups that cover the range from pure XC racing to enduro charging and every type of riding in between.  […]

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5 simple steps to cycling saddle comfort
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What’s the one biggest factor when it comes to cycling comfort for most riders? The saddle. When your set-up works correctly, you don’t even notice it. When it doesn’t it can be one of the most uncomfortable and downright traumatic things you’ve ever experienced. Getting saddle comfort right can mean the difference between loving and […]

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How to fit a ground anchor: your step-by-step guide
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If you store your bike in a shed or garage, and are concerned about bike security, then a floor anchor is a worthwhile investment. These chunky fixtures are best bolted into concrete and make the ideal immovable base to which you can lock up your precious pride and joy.  The best bike locks and chains […]

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How to make time to train
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Finding the time to balance cycling and the rest of your life can be a challenge. You work long hours, come home and… jump on the turbo trainer. The weekend arrives and it’s a chance to spend some quality time with the family – but not until you’ve got the miles in. How to pace […]

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EcoVelo posted a photo: Olive

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