Cycling is a healthier, it more enjoyable and a greener way to travel, which is also often quicker than the motorised alternatives. With more people choosing the cycling life for getting around town and out into the country. We thought we’d give you some safety tip to help make your riding even more enjoyable.
Why Whyte? Exceptional performance and British all-weather reliability could be a good point to start. The uncompromised, award-winning Whyte geometry, combined with an ultra-low centre of gravity, means outstanding handling, balance and control. There is no big cut-out in the downtube to fit the battery in as it is loaded through a slide-in port at end.
Here is our easy guide to help with setting up your Tubeless tyres. Setting your wheels up as tubeless requires some tubeless-specific parts and tools. Tubeless tyre sealant, Tubeless valves, Tubeless rim tape (You need to choose tape that is within 2mm either side of your internal rim width.) Tubeless-ready tyres, Valve core removal tool, Tyre levers and a Track pump.
Cycling in winter can be daunting idea, even for those of us who have ridden in the colder months many times before. Although we all would all rather be riding in warm weather, there’s still a lot of enjoyment to be had from winter riding and getting out in the fresh air. So here are some key points to consider when winter of cycling.