Take a look at the latest cycling news feed from wiggle.co.uk

  • Andy Tennant’s grooming rules for winter cycling
    Posted by Anonymous on 19th October 2018 at 10:19 am

    I won’t lie. Winter is miserable.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 routine, I've […]

  • Wiggle's top tips for turbo training triumph
    Posted by Damien Whinnery on 9th October 2018 at 9:27 am

    Hands up if you like training indoors? No one? Us neither. But there are ways of turning interior training from torturous torment to an exciting and motivational experience that will make 2018 your year.Winter roads are dark, dangerous and even a little depressing. And with long nights and shorter days, it’s easy to lose your motivation to get out on the treacherous tarmac or trails […]

  • Ride connected with Garmin
    Posted by NChamanian on 4th October 2018 at 3:47 pm

    Ride smarter, bolder, longer, connected with Garmin. No matter how or where you like to roll, Garmin has the gear to bring performance, navigation and awareness to your ride.Here's our perfect connected bike set-up.Garmin Edge 1030 Cycling ComputerThe Edge 1030 is Garmin's most advanced bike computer yet. The new and improved Trendline mapping uses data from real riders to provide you with the […]

  • How To Have An Amazing Autumn
    Posted by NChamanian on 1st October 2018 at 1:36 pm

    It's that time of year again. That awkward bit when you might be riding through all the seasons in one day. Daylight hours are getting shorter, mornings can be chilly, afternoons can be warm and humid. It might rain, it might not.It can feel impossible to prepare for a day in the saddle right now but with a few adjustments you can ride right through this season and beyond. We asked our Wiggle […]

  • The booming bicycle world
    Posted by Anonymous on 1st October 2018 at 11:46 am

    There are more people on bikes now than ever before. According to a study by the World Bank in 2015, 50% of the global population know how to ride a bicycle. Over two billion bicycles were in use at the time of the study. By 2050, that number could be as high as five billion.That’s a lot of bicycles and cyclists. If you are reading this blog, you may very well be part of these statistics […]

  • The benefits of tubeless road tyres
    Posted by tim on 19th September 2018 at 6:55 am

    We all know that sinking feeling. The bouncing up and down, as your rear tyre deflates on the rim. The headache of needing to stop in the freezing cold, to pull a mucky tire off the wheel, and replace the scarred inner tube. No matter what you do; if you take the road less travelled, then punctured inner tubes are a way of life...Ditch the inner tube and traditional clincher tyre though, […]

  • Staff Review - Metier Beacon range
    Posted by NChamanian on 18th September 2018 at 10:36 am

    It was quite the surprise to see the cycling buyer approach my desk brandishing something flashier than all the lights in the office."What's this you've brought me? A mobile disco?" I ask. But no - this is something more exciting than even a peripatetic music venue. This is the new Metier Women's Beacon Gilet.Having established a personal goal to ride 500km during the […]

  • Mixing it up with the Michelin Power Gravel
    Posted by jbradford on 12th September 2018 at 2:41 pm

    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 lanes or gravel tracks looking for some nice views […]

  • Choose your own adventure
    Posted by ben_gray on 11th September 2018 at 3:25 pm

    Not all adventures have to be epic. You don’t need to scale a mountain or spend days in a jungle to have an adventure worth sharing. Sometimes it’s the little ones, the weekenders that bring the biggest smile to your face.Ever since a friend of mine moved to just outside of Bristol, I’ve wanted to ride there from Portsmouth. So when we planned a ride in a local woods, I took […]

  • Should you use Daytime Running Lights on a bicycle?
    Posted by tim on 11th September 2018 at 9:14 am

    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 daytimePicture this... you are riding along in bright sunshine; flying down a […]

Disclaimer: None of the companies, organisations, websites or news feeds featured in the ‘Velo Hub’ either endorse or are affiliated with Velo Workout. These news feeds are included as relevant news to the sport and love of cycling.  Please note that any views or opinions presented in these news feeds are solely those of the original author and do not necessarily represent those of Velo Workout. For further reading or relevant information please visit each respective website link included at the top of the page.