Not all mudguards will work with all bikes, so you’ll need to consider the type of bike you have and also the kind of terrain you’ll be riding on. Then think about where you want your mudguards to sit, or more simply, which bit of you you’d like them to protect. 1/ BIKE TYPE … Continue reading How To Choose Your Bike Mudguard?
There are three types of cyclometers: wired, wireless and GPS. The biggest differences between them are the features they offer i.e. speed, distance, heart rate, location, pedalling cadence, ascent etc, and the accuracy of that information. Generally, the more you pay, the better the cyclometer will be. 1/ WIRED CYCLOMETERS If you’re looking for an inexpensive … Continue reading How To Choose Your Cycling Computer?
How much your water bottle holds is worth considering – if you’re only going on a short ride it won’t need to be as big, but lengthy trails are thirstier work. You also need to think about thermal insulation and the material it’s made from. 1/ CAPACITY When slipped into your bottle cage, your cycling … Continue reading How To Choose Your Cycling Bottle?
There are four key things to think about when it comes to choosing your bike lights: where it will sit on your bike, whether the light is constant or flashes, the power supply, how it attaches, and how it’s powered. Let’s break that down… 1/ THE TYPE OF LIGHT This really just means, where … Continue reading How To Choose Your Bike Lights?
KIPSTA offers a range of goals to meet your specific needs, whether it’s a spontaneous football match between friends and family, from 7 to 77 years old, in a park or in the garden. The question is: which football goal is made for you? Your choice of goal depends on where it is you’re playing. … Continue reading How To Choose Your Soccer Goals?
You should choose your clipless road pedals based on how used you are to them – beginners will need a slightly different model or adjustment to cyclists who already ride with clipless pedals. There are two main families of clipless pedals: road pedals and mountain bike pedals. 1/ Road Bike Pedals Road pedals are … Continue reading How To Choose Your Clipless Bike Pedals?