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What to wear mountain biking

Comfort, protection and to some extent personal style determine what to wear for mountain biking.In general, trail riders and downhillers tend to opt for baggy kit consisting of loose fitting shorts with a pair of padded Lycra shorts underneath and a loose-fitting jersey, whereas more race-focussed cross-country riders will often go full Lycra.Ultimately, the choice is totally up to you, and you should wear whatever you feel comfortable in!ADVERTISEMENTBest mountain bikes under £1000If youre new...


A 125 motorbike is the best worst vehicle for an MTB holiday

Bikes costing more than the vehicles that transport them is a familiar trope on BikeRadar, mainly because we like to get our priorities in the right order. Not many of us have taken things quite as far as the Trippin Fellaz however, who set out to experience some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery, carrying their mountain bikes on tiny 125cc motorbikes costing just £500 (if the video description is to be believed).Even if you hate e-bikes you will want one after watching thisWhyte is making on...


Hill Climb Diaries part 3 — tough racing and how to feed a hill climber

It’s time for the third instalment of our hill climb series, and the lineup looks a little different this week with illness taking Reuben out of play.Fear not, avid followers, for Joe is joined in his gravity-based suffering by staff writer Jack Luke who is calling himself ‘the people’s choice’.Introducing Hill Climb DiariesHill Climb Diaries: part 2 — Reubens new bike dayAs well as tackling another hill climb, Joe, Jack and Reuben share their hill climb nutrition routines taking us through the ...


11spd: This week's new bike gear

Glory, glory to the gods of cycling goodies for 11spd is here, your weekly roundup of the very best cycling trinkets, knick-knacks and doodahs to land in our collective grubby paws.This week, BikeRadar’s resident sommeliers of swag have curated a list of kit that will set the heart of even the most unperturbable cyclist aflutter — with mountain bike and road kit from Wolftooth, Shimano, Velo Orange and many more, there’s something for everyone.If that’s not quite enough to fill your boots, fear ...


Can gravel bikers and mountain bikers be friends?

Produced in association with Canyon BicyclesYes its true that theres a lot of crossover between the new breed of gravel bikes and cross-country mountain bikes. Both have chunky tyres designed to roll fast off-road, hydraulic disc brakes for wet weather stopping power, and suspension or frame compliance for traction and comfort. But theres still a whole load of differences, not least the fact that one has drop bars and the other has significantly more suspension.ADVERTISEMENTBest gravel and adven...


Tips for riding with inexperienced cyclists

Taking a friend on their first ride The Endurance Coach’s Nick Thomas has some tips for both of you...How to plan your first road bike rideA beginners guide to the road bikeNew rider shopping listUK readers: can you help us get more people on bikes Whether you’re a keen cyclist or a complete beginner, we’d love you to get involved in our Get Britain Riding campaign, in association with B’Twin. Click here to sign up!1. Riding skillsOld hand: Choose a relatively loc...


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What to wear mountain biking

Comfort, protection and to some extent personal style determine what to wear for mountain biking.In general, trail riders and downhillers tend to opt for baggy kit consisting of loose fitting shorts with a pair of padded Lycra shorts underneath and a loose-fitting jersey, whereas more race-focussed cross-country riders will often go full Lycra.Ultimately, the choice is totally up to you, and you should wear whatever you feel comfortable in!ADVERTISEMENTBest mountain bikes under £1000If youre new...


A 125 motorbike is the best worst vehicle for an MTB holiday

Bikes costing more than the vehicles that transport them is a familiar trope on BikeRadar, mainly because we like to get our priorities in the right order. Not many of us have taken things quite as far as the Trippin Fellaz however, who set out to experience some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery, carrying their mountain bikes on tiny 125cc motorbikes costing just £500 (if the video description is to be believed).Even if you hate e-bikes you will want one after watching thisWhyte is making on...


Hill Climb Diaries part 3 — tough racing and how to feed a hill climber

It’s time for the third instalment of our hill climb series, and the lineup looks a little different this week with illness taking Reuben out of play.Fear not, avid followers, for Joe is joined in his gravity-based suffering by staff writer Jack Luke who is calling himself ‘the people’s choice’.Introducing Hill Climb DiariesHill Climb Diaries: part 2 — Reubens new bike dayAs well as tackling another hill climb, Joe, Jack and Reuben share their hill climb nutrition routines taking us through the ...


11spd: This week's new bike gear

Glory, glory to the gods of cycling goodies for 11spd is here, your weekly roundup of the very best cycling trinkets, knick-knacks and doodahs to land in our collective grubby paws.This week, BikeRadar’s resident sommeliers of swag have curated a list of kit that will set the heart of even the most unperturbable cyclist aflutter — with mountain bike and road kit from Wolftooth, Shimano, Velo Orange and many more, there’s something for everyone.If that’s not quite enough to fill your boots, fear ...


Can gravel bikers and mountain bikers be friends?

Produced in association with Canyon BicyclesYes its true that theres a lot of crossover between the new breed of gravel bikes and cross-country mountain bikes. Both have chunky tyres designed to roll fast off-road, hydraulic disc brakes for wet weather stopping power, and suspension or frame compliance for traction and comfort. But theres still a whole load of differences, not least the fact that one has drop bars and the other has significantly more suspension.ADVERTISEMENTBest gravel and adven...


Tips for riding with inexperienced cyclists

Taking a friend on their first ride The Endurance Coach’s Nick Thomas has some tips for both of you...How to plan your first road bike rideA beginners guide to the road bikeNew rider shopping listUK readers: can you help us get more people on bikes Whether you’re a keen cyclist or a complete beginner, we’d love you to get involved in our Get Britain Riding campaign, in association with B’Twin. Click here to sign up!1. Riding skillsOld hand: Choose a relatively loc...


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