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“ An affordable entry-level full-suspension bike for taking your riding to the next level. - Outdoor Gear Lab Price List: $1,799 List...
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To learn more about all the different components of a bike, please read the article below. As simple as a bike can be, a lot of the terminology a...
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On the hunt for your little one’s next bike? You may find this article helpful. Buying your child a bike can be an exciting time for both ...
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Punctures are a cyclist's worst enemy because they can not only ruin a perfectly good ride but also make you late for work. In this article, we w...
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Are Electric Bikes Good For The Environment? Over the last 100 years the world has seen a huge boom in new technologies. Over the last decade we...
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A lot of people looking to buy a new road, commuter or mountain bike are often faced with the same question, should I buy second hand or new? W...
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Gravel bikes were born in the US, where long stretches of long unsealed roads bridged the gap between riding destinations. Riders cobbled toge...
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Over the last month, Bicycles Online realised that our staff are an extremely active bunch and were going crazy in lockdown. Instead of letting t...
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Find out about the different types of pedals and their intended use in this article. There are three main types of pedals, Flat Pedals, Moun...
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Gravel bikes amplify your sense of adventure and allow you to take the less beaten path to no specific destination. Exploranly objective of a gra...
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Building upon a decade of competing at the highest level of freeride and slopestyle competitions around the world, Anthony Messere’s riding ...
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GMBM often talk about the latest expensive mountain bikes on GMBN and are often asked to feature cheaper, more entry-level bikes on t...
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MICROSHIFT ADVENT X GRAVEL BIKE GROUPSET REVIEW: BIG RANGE, SMALL PRICE With a rear derailleur, a wide-range cassette, and a pair of dropbar ...
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The material that a frame is constructed with can have a huge impact on how it rides. The three main materials used are Carbon, Alloy and Steel. ...
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Committing to commuting can be a daunting task for many people, especially if it is your first foray onto the roads. This guide has been created ...
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Commuting to and from work can have multiple benefits for the environment, mental health and physical health. Say goodbye to sitting in your car ...
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Road bikes are one of the simplest forms of bikes on the market. No suspension or complicated setting, just two wheels, a frame, and come gears. ...
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Mountain biking involves riding over some of the craziest terrains on earth. Unfortunately, no matter how tough we build our bikes, accidents hap...
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E-Bikes are the biggest growing market in the world of cycling at the moment for good reason. Riders can go further, fast and with much less eff...
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“ “Bicycles Online Thank you for making us great!” At the end of April 2021, a few members of Bicycles Online made the journey to Melbo...
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“ Here at Bikes Online, we understand that the humble bicycle can leave a more significant environmental footprint than it should. We have tak...
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“ Fools you into thinking it's pricier. — Pinkbike Pinkbike have just finished up their “Budget Friendly Field Test Review” and of c...
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E-Bikes. They cost more, weigh more, and are evolving at a pace that is far more rapid than mountain bikes. Polygon has decided to jump into ...
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Basics 160-millimeter front and rear travel 29-inch wheels Aluminum frame only Shimano E7000 motor, or EP-8 on higher-end model Pros Famili...
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Polygon's first full-suspension eMTB could hardly be accused of following the crowd. Polygon is no stranger to unusual suspension layouts, ha...
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Basics 125-millimeter rear travel, 130 front 29-inch wheels Aluminum frame Pros Unbeatable value Smart spec Forgiving but familiar geometry...
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A Scottish research group composed of a bike org called Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland, the Scottish Borders Health and Social Care Partn...
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