• Cycle
    5 stocking fillers to delight the cyclist in your life
    26 Oct 2018 / Nassrin Chamanian
    If you've got a cyclist to buy for this Christmas, you'll probably know that they can be a difficult bunch to buy for. We've put together a list of some of our favourite gifts to inspire you. Thoughtful ideas, all under $30 and specially selected for their usefulness as well as style. Ratio Dash 20 cm Sock It's not Christmas...
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    Andy Tennant’s grooming tips for cycling
    22 Oct 2018
    After a five- or six-hour ride in the rain and wind (or even as short as 30 minutes some days) I often wonder how braving these elements on such a regular basis has had an impact on the look and feel of my skin. Like many people, I never used to be that concerned with skincare. However, since I've started to pay attention to my skincare...
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    The benefits of tubeless road tyres
    01 Oct 2018 / Tim Wiggins
    Tubeless tyres have been around for years, and have become the norm in the world of mountain biking. However, recent years has also seen the growth of tubeless road wheel sets and tyres; so we take a look at the benefits of going tubeless, with one of the original founders of tubeless technology - Hutchinson Tires.
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    Should you use Daytime Running Lights on a bicycle?
    01 Oct 2018
    Volvo cars have had them since the 1990's, and most modern European cars now have them as standard issue. But, should you be using daytime running lights on your bike? We take a look at the reasons why yes, you most likely should; and we also review one of the best options, from Lezyne . Darkness exists, even in daytime Picture this... you are...
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    Mixing it up with the Michelin Power Gravel
    23 Sep 2018
    When it comes to tyres, I usually select based on whether they have a tanned wall, or I just replace like for like. I had heard good things about Michelin but never used them, so I was excited to have the opportunity to try their new Power Gravel tyres. My cycling is pretty varied. I commute by bike and at the weekends I love exploring country...
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    How to build your bike
    30 Aug 2018
    When you order a bike from us here at Wiggle, our expert team of bike mechanics make sure it is all put together and built to your size requirements. That being said, in order for us to ship it to you there is still a little bit of assembly required when you receive your brand new bike. So we made this little video to help get you over the finish...
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    6 reasons why you shouldn't cycle to work
    14 Aug 2018
    Wiggle explore some of the main obstacles to cycle commuting
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    Recover like a Tour winner with Welsh Cakes
    05 Aug 2018
    What does it take to win the biggest Grand Tour in the cycling calender? Dedication, training, a carefully considered nutrition plan...? If you've read Geraint Thomas' thoroughly entertaining book ' The World According to G ,' you'll already know about the Welshman's favorite treat. Is the promise of a freshly-made tin of...
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    Wiggle beats the heat
    04 Aug 2018
    Summer 2018 is on track to be the hottest and driest on record. For many of us, the lure of an ice-cold beer in the shade is much more appealing than sweating it out in the sun. However, we think it's possible to keep on training and beat the heat. Here's some of Wiggle's top tips: Wear sunscreen This is number one on our list!...
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    Riding the Étape du Tour
    20 Jul 2018 / Rob Jarman
    When in Rome… Picture the scene. It’s late May. You’ve let the horribly long winter get the better of your riding time and when an unseasonably nice weather spell arrives, you spend it on the beach with your kids and barbecuing as opposed to riding. Then you get a call. I'd been invited to visit a supplier in Annecy in early...

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