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Stache ‘ing a bargain

January is usually a time for bargains but with bike model years changing in summer the first month of the year tends to be sparse for picking up a corking deal. That said we do have just one super fun bike at a stonking price! This is it! Our ex demo TREK Stache 7 29er+.

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DISC ROAD……

  The bicycle as we know it has evolved a huge amount in the past few years. Changes in wheel size, geometry and a much broader selection of bike categories have all been rolled out in a short space of time. Disc road bikes are one of the latest big changes but with a failed UCI introduction into

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Sorted headset.

The headset, a common item that is often not correctly adjusted when bikes come in for service that is in fact very simple to adjust. Here’s how: At the bottom of the picture is the headset cover. Above is a stem spacer, then the stem and finally a top cap and bolt. When all parts

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Madone 9!

Progress, technology…..sometimes things evolve without you really noticing, the new Trek Madone 9 series however takes a giant leap forward. This is Andrew’s journey into the discovery of  his ultimate bike. It all started with some furtive keyboard bashing on Treks Project One website and if you’re going to build the ultimate bike you might as well

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Lost in the lanes!

Cartography, maps, a tempting squiggle taking you slightly further from home, avoiding main roads or finding a challenging new climb! Pink is bad, orange is good, yellow? Now we’re talking! It’s easy to just stick your head down get on a busy ish road do your 1/2/3 or more hours and get home…… But you’re

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Does winter get you cross?

It’s easy to lose focus in the cold dark winter months, trying to drag yourself out when it’s wet and windy can be a big challenge for anyone! As we’ve touched on in previous posts though, a good summer starts with a good winter. In steps the cross bike, N+1 and all that…… A cross

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Trek’s new Stache

The weather is fantastic and we’ve got something new to try! The location? Cleeve common situated just above Cheltenham  heading out towards the North Cotswolds. On offer is a mixture of narrow, edge of the seat singletrack linked by rocky trails, open scrub and loose gravel playgrounds. As for woodland, there are certainly better places

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PROJECT ONE – Create your perfect bike.

Everyone has their own idea of what the perfect bike is. Maybe you prefer Campag to Shimano? Or you would like to instantly upgrade the wheels on your new bike? Maybe you need a 58cm frame but prefer 170mm cranks rather than the supplied 175mm and so on. TREK’s Project One program let’s you do

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Classics shootout.

  Many manufacturer’s that supply pro tour teams now create bikes specfically for the early season cobbled classics. TREK, MERIDA and BIANCHI all have such bikes but with no sections of pave in this part of the world why would these be relevant to you? We do still have poorly surfaced roads and gravel covered

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2013 Trek Fuel video

This is the latest video for the new 2013 Trek Fuel!

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