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  • Just Arrived at Merlin Cycles – New In!
    Posted by johnny on 18th October 2018 at 3:14 pm

    Just arrived at Merlin Cycles! Here’s a look at some of the top products that have caught our eye over the last couple of weeks, including some some hot new road bikes and some staff-favourites….   Merlin Inferno Ultegra Disc Carbon Road Bike We’re pretty excited about our newest road bike – the Merlin Inferno. […]The post Just Arrived at Merlin Cycles […]

  • Bendy Brakes & Shoes Locked in… 😮🚑
    Posted by Rick Robson on 11th October 2018 at 9:35 am

    Today, bike riders are in a great position. Bikes, equipment and components have never been more refined and are generally better. So be thankful that here at Merlin we wouldn’t sell anything as horrendous as these abominations from my distant cycling past. It’s a wonder I survived the 1980’s… Modolo Orion / Kronos Brake Levers […]The post Bendy Brakes & Shoes […]

  • How to train for a triathlon: Tips from an Ironman World Championship Competitor
    Posted by Bring Digital on 5th October 2018 at 2:58 pm

    On the 15th July, Bex Rimmington took on the 2018 Ironman triathlon in Bolton, one of the toughest races in the world, and finished at the top of her group. After a gruelling 2.4-mile open-water swim, a 112-mile bike ride and a full marathon, Bex took the title as the top female amateur athlete at […]The post How to train for a triathlon: Tips from an Ironman World Championship Competitor […]

  • Merlin Malt G – Tested!
    Posted by Rick Robson on 3rd October 2018 at 9:20 pm

    The Merlin Malt G Gravel bike generated a lot of interest when it was launched a few weeks ago. It offers great value for money and is based on solid, reliable components. It is probably the most fun you can have on a new bike costing £649. We reckoned it was time to get it […]The post Merlin Malt G – Tested! appeared first on Merlin Cycles Blog. […]

  • 7 Ways to FALL in LOVE with your Bike💘
    Posted by Rick Robson on 27th September 2018 at 6:29 am

    Is your bike a little jaded? Taken for granted? Do you find yourself looking longingly at another model? Let’s reconnect with your ride, remember the good times and re-light that fire… 😍🚲💘 Clean it! The best way to get that new bike feel, is to give it a really good clean! Ideally, put your bike […]The post 7 Ways to FALL in LOVE with your […]

  • 15 Tips for ZWIFT #RideOn
    Posted by Rick Robson on 20th September 2018 at 6:22 am

    As the summer has rolled into autumn and winter looms on the horizon, many riders are joining the pedalling pelotons on Zwift, AKA getting sweaty in a spare room or garage. Here are our top tips for new Zwifters, follow our tips to power up your online riding. Before we get to the tips, if […]The post 15 Tips for ZWIFT #RideOn appeared first on Merlin Cycles Blog. […]

  • 10 Tips – Get ‘Tooled-Up’ for Winter
    Posted by Rick Robson on 13th September 2018 at 5:41 am

    Basic bike maintenance is a great thing on many levels; It leaves you not relying on other people, saves money on mechanic bills and best of all, your bike will be in tip-top shape all year around. Here at Merlin we have our own range of top quality tools, ideal to keep your bike finely […]The post 10 Tips – Get ‘Tooled-Up’ for Winter appeared first on Merlin Cycles Blog. […]

  • 8 Tips – Autumn Clothing Bargains!
    Posted by Rick Robson on 6th September 2018 at 9:19 am

    With unpredictable temperatures and often variable weather, Autumn can be a real ‘mixed bag’ and a bit of a nightmare to get the clothing right for your ride. Follow our autumn clothing accessory tips, and check out our recommended products for when the weather doesn’t know if it’s Arthur or Marthur. Long Shorts / Short […]The post 8 Tips – Autumn Clothing […]

  • Guide to Surviving Winter – like a BOSS!
    Posted by Rick Robson on 30th August 2018 at 6:57 am

    It’s nearly that time of the year again in the northern hemisphere. Whilst it might be warm a few more weeks, soon it will get cold, wet and miserable. Now is a great time to start contemplating the winter months ahead. Follow our tips to get prepared and keep the wheels turning through winter. Let’s […]The post Guide to Surviving Winter – like a BOSS! appeared first on […]

  • 8 Things That Want to KILL your bike!
    Posted by Rick Robson on 23rd August 2018 at 7:51 am

    Most people love their bike. It gives freedom, fitness and provides the same head clearing-happy-joy it has given since childhood. However, there are dark, sinister, destructive forces which can kill your bike. Watch out for these seemingly innocent elements – protect your pride and joy! These 8 things can kill your bike. Salt n Chips […]The post 8 Things That Want to KILL your […]

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