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Just starting out on cycling but don't know where to go or what to look for? Our concise guide to beginners' cycling covers all the basics, from choosing the right bike to being out on the road.
Take the whole family with you when you cycle. The range of good quality bikes and equipment expands every year and there has never been more awareness of the need to establish good healthy habits at an early age. But whatever your motivation, saving money or saving the planet, your kids will have a blast. What better reason to get them on a bike?
The world of cycling can be a confusing and bewildering place. For newcomers who want to get to the heart of the matter here's the important information a beginner needs to know. Distilled by MICK ALLAN. The first of a five-part series.
MICK ALLAN delves into the murky world of bicycle safety...
The thoughts of MICK ALLAN on having the right tools for emergency repairs...
MICK ALLAN concludes this five part series by detailing some of the physical changes that take place within new riders.
It's impossible to buy just a bicycle - you take home a machine which will become a personal friend. The best friends though will invariably come from bricks-and-mortar bike shops with real people behind them - here's why...
MICK ALLAN writes about finding the right bike second-hand, detailing the pros and cons of each. Do you go with a city bike or a roadster?
Found a second hand bike that takes your fancy? MICK ALLAN explains the things you should look for to make sure you don't wind up having to replace all the parts and components
MICK ALLAN advises on good practice for cycle security
Faster, safer, more comfortable – bolting your feet to the pedals sounds scary but the rewards are worth it for cyclists who want to improve their performance. By PAUL JOHNSON