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  • Recover like a Tour winner with Welsh Cakes
    Posted by NChamanian on 30th July 2018 at 2:22 pm

    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 Welsh Cakes the key to pushing through those final stages to secure the […]

  • Wiggle beats the heat
    Posted by NChamanian on 23rd July 2018 at 3:30 pm

    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 sunscreenThis is number one on our list! Everybody should know by now that sunburn increases the risk of skin […]

  • My Cycling Journey - Stephanie Kitchen
    Posted by skitchen on 20th July 2018 at 3:11 pm

    I’ve always cycled a bit as a mode of transport, for commuting, going to uni or for just getting round town.But I think I really fell in love with cycling the summer I graduated from uni. Me and my friend Brigid got road bikes and toured the coast of Portugal for 3 weeks. We had no gear (just alllll the ideas) a beaten up map, a couple of changes of pants and some cartons of wine. We met […]

  • 11 reasons why you will fall in love with cycle commuting
    Posted by NChamanian on 19th July 2018 at 3:53 pm

    We recently surveyed our customers and found out that a massive 57%* of you already cycle commute. This is very impressive considering that in the UK only 4% of commutes are made by bike.**Here at Wiggle we love to cycle commute, not just on Cycle to Work Day but every day. We think that if you give it a try, you'll love it too.Here's why:Boost your health and fitnessAccording to a study […]

  • Discovering new roads with the Garmin 520 Plus
    Posted by cbrand on 17th July 2018 at 12:59 pm

    Being a runner at heart, Garmin has always been my go-to brand for running watches. I’m onto my third now. Each purchase has been an upgrade on the previous model, with more features, newer technology and more assistance to track and analyse my runs. Each one of my Garmin watches has shared the same design quality and simplicity of use which has made me loyal to the […]

  • The Wiggle Mega Meon - The Sunshine and Skids Edition
    Posted by mdaniels on 17th July 2018 at 10:41 am

    We're in the middle of a long, hot summer. For most riders, the biggest concern of the Mega Meon sportive (aside from endless hills) was staying hydrated. I had been having a great time. That is, until my shocking near- miss.  As I approached the last turning off Portsdown Hill Road I was really bombing along. I reached down to cover the brakes ready to slow for the turn. Just […]

  • My Cycling Journey - Rebecca Clarke
    Posted by rclarke on 16th July 2018 at 3:37 pm

    Like most people, I began cycling as a child. My most vivid memory of cycling at this time was riding in a figure-of-eight repeatedly on my front drive. I also remember going on family cycles when we went on holiday, whizzing around with my parents and annoying security guards with tales of my adventures.What I don’t remember was the burning sensation going up a hill or the […]

  • The Wiggle Mega Meon
    Posted by berny on 16th July 2018 at 12:40 pm

    On Sunday I embarked on my third Wiggle Mega Meon sportive. In previous years I had completed the 'Standard' distance of about 67 miles, then the 'Epic' 100 miles. This year the start line was not too far from my home so I thought that I would raise the bar a little and ride the 'Epic' it as part of an Audax. Audax distance is a minimum of 200km or 124 miles so I'd be riding the sportive […]

  • My Cycling Journey - Kirsty Smith
    Posted by ksmith on 12th July 2018 at 10:22 am

    I discovered cycling as an attempt to combine some of my favourite things - being outdoors, being active, and being with my boyfriend. He’d always been a mountain biker, but started road cycling for fitness (and networking - it turns out cycling really is the new golf).I’d owned a bike as a child, but it had never been a massive part of growing up for me. Inevitably it was sold after […]

  • My Cycling Journey - Sarah Pain
    Posted by spain on 5th July 2018 at 8:17 am

    We've been inspired by Cycling UK's 100 Women in Cycling to introduce you to some of the women who ride here at Wiggle. Senior Campaign Planning Manager Sarah Pain shares her cycling journey…..My cycling journey has been rather intermittent – apart from a few brief dalliances as a teenager I was a bit late to the party, only really getting into it well into my 30s!I must have […]

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