Cycling for Health – Part 2

In part one of the blog of how cycling is really good for your health we looked at many benefits going for a quick spin on your bike including, building muscles, better wellbeing, weight loss, and better lung health. In our second part we look at even more great ways that cycling improves your health including even your sex life! (more…)

How to Convert Your Bike

Perhaps you have just bought a new bike, or you are fed up riding in the winter rain, whatever the reason you may like to convert your outdoor bike into a stationary indoor bike and in this blog, we look at how to do it. By making an indoor static bike out of your old outdoors cycle will bring benefits: not only does it allow you to exercise indoors out of the inclement weather, you can ride the bike that you are accustomed to. (more…)

Cycling Versus Swimming in the Cardio Race

Possibly the best two forms of aerobic exercise that you can undertake are cycling and swimming, they offer excellent alternatives to those that do not like running. In this blog we look at an old age question, which is better for you: swimming or cycling? For convenience, cycling has the edge as it is really easy to just hop on your bike and pedal down the road.  You can also exercise on a bike indoors on a static machine without even going out of your house. (more…)

Cycling for Health – Part 1

Many people love taking to open road on two wheels to enjoy the wind whistling past their ears and spotting the great countryside rolling past. But how many people realize that they are undertaking a great healthy form of exercise by cycling? (more…)

What to Look for Buying a New Bike – Part 2

The second part of our cycle to find the ultimate new machine delves into how to properly test different models and how to make sure the machine is the right fit for your body. No matter which of the three types of bike you opt for (road, off-road, hybrid) don’t be talked into buying a bike that is the wrong fit for your body. (more…)

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