We’ve been overjoyed to see so many people out enjoying cycling during these uncertain times. Whether its more key workers using the bike to commute while avoiding the risks of public transport, or families re-discovering the joys of cycling on quiet roads to get their daily exercise, the numbers of riders on UK roads definitely […]Read More The Best Beginner Bikes For cycling during the Covid-19 lockdown
In London where I live there are so many cars they get in the way of cyclists trying to get to work. Gives all car drivers a bad name if you ask me.Read More Gives us all a bad name
Ride West to East. You’ll have the wind behind you and you’ll be excited when you see the sea. Also, Eastbourne is the perfect destination to dream about when you’re grinding up the hills. If you’re fit aim to do the ride in two days. If you’re unfit do it in three. Do more miles […]Read More The quick guide to riding the South Downs Way
You probably won’t ever see one of these for sale again. This is a genuine Pesenti Modulare Uno from 1987 and it’s as rare as hen’s teeth. The price for someone who wants to own such a unique, radical, iconic design? A cool £15,500 ($20,0000 USD). Equipped with Campagnolo’s Croce d’Aune groupset with Delta brakes […]Read More You won’t believe how much this 1980s carbon bike is selling for
Want to own Bauke Mollema’s original aero helmet amongst others? Now’s your chance to grab a piece of cycling history. Suddenly offered on Facebook is this job lot of official team helmets from the Milram, Rabobank and Belkin teams. Team kit like this hardly ever comes up for sale unless you are well in the […]Read More Want to own Bauke Mollema’s aero helmet? Now you can
By Chris Colford, Blue Peter Presenter Are you tempted by the thrill of competition, but not exactly fond of the hills? Are you up for the big sprint, but not wild about racing for 50 miles before you get there? Are you foaming at the mouth to race, but too lazy to change gear? Are […]Read More Track Racing – As Easy as One, Two, Three
It takes a lot to shock us here at Bikesy. We’ve seen a Bugatti Bicycle for £39,000 and we’ve seen a Trek Bikes painted by Damien Hirst sell for half a million dollars but here at Bikesy Towers where the ethos is helping people save money, we think this Rapha jersey takes the biscuit! “I designed […]Read More Is This The World’s Most Expensive Cycling Jersey?
Imagine the scene. You’re riding along your favourite trail, safely away from the cars on the nearby road. You can hear birdsong from across the fields interspersed with the the gravel crunching underneath your wheels as you finally crest the top of the hill. You can that there are no walkers or horse riders further […]Read More Barbed Wire Cyclist Trap Set In Kent
As you’ve probably read elsewhere over the last couple of days the Belgian European U23 champion Women’s champion, Femke Van den Driessche, was found a bike with an electric motor in the seat tube. She claims it isn’t hers, but was borrowed from a friend. Incidentally, her brother, Niels Van Den Driessche, is reported as being suspended […]Read More Thoughts on Mechanical Doping
There’s been a lot of talk in the cycling press about whether cycle helmet use is a good thing or not. While widely perceived to be on the majority of forums you might frequent, and certainly a good thing by tabloid journalists the evidence might point otherwise. You’ve all heard it from other riders, “I […]Read More Do Helmets Actually Make Cyclists Less Safe?