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Best Hybrid Bikes Under £500: 6 of the Best Recreation Hybrids

So, you’ve planned your commute and you’ve decided you’ve decided on a hybrid bike. You’ve got a £500 budget and you’re keen to get on two wheels. To help you pick we have reviewed the Best Hybrid Bikes Under £500 for recreation riding. Performance Recreation Hybrid Bikes Under £500 Results Comfort Recreation Hybrid Bikes Under £500 Results […]

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Cycling Shoes and Pedals for Commuting

Like your saddle and handlebars, your cycling shoes and pedals are important contact points between you and your bike. So its good idea to make sure you have the right set up for comfortable efficient riding. Cycling Shoes and Pedals – The History Cycling shoes and pedals generally fit into two main categories. One category is where […]

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Buyers Guide: Commuter Bike Locks

If your leaving your bike unattended, a good bike lock can be the difference between riding your bike home again, or having to replace it. When buying your bike lock there are three factors to consider before making your purchase, the type of lock, size and weight and its security rating. Type of Bike Lock Generally […]

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Cycling Shorts – The Complete Guide

Cycling shorts are key to your comfort when you’re riding. The combination of sitting down and the pedalling action means cyclists are very prone to chafing in sensitive areas. Cycling shorts are designed to reduce chaffing and absorb shocks and bumps whilst you ride. Picking the right cycling shorts shouldn’t be a problem. This guide will give […]

Bike Your Drive

Of all the journeys to and form the workplace, 60% of commuters in the UK either drive or grab a lift in a car or a van. The average commute time for residents of the UK to travel either to or from work is just under an hour. So on average we spend roughly 500 hours every year simply travelling so that we can do our jobs, and for the vast majority of all that time is spent sat in a car.

Have you ever imagined the scenario of how blissful life would be without your daily commuter drag, but without some substantial scientific developments this is nigh on impossible and very few of us are lucky enough to work on our door step. But what if you could be more productive during your commute?

Well you can, by ditching the car and getting on a bike you can really make use of all that time spent travelling too and from the office. Cycling your commute has great benefits to both your health, your pocket and more importantly it makes your commuter drag a lot more enjoyable. So you really have nothing to loose, Bike Your Drive!