Anyone who’s watched the Tour de France, or any other professional cycling race, whether that’s on TV or on the roadside, knows there’s always a lot of expensive kit hanging around. All of this kit is visible to the prying eyes of bike thieves too.
We all know that one person who doesn't break a sweat with their commute. They know lots of tips and tricks to make riding to work seem a breeze. Well after racking the commuter brains at Laka HQ, here are a few ideas to become the office commuting guru.
Planning the perfect route to work for your daily commute is an art form. Experienced commuters will know the quickest route, the quietest route and where the bulk of the traffic is. Luckily, this is easy to pick up with a bit of experience and these 5 tips. Let’s get cracking.
Ready to hit the road and cycle to work by bicycle? Well you’re not alone. Recent reports suggest that around 20% of workers are now riding or considering to make their commute a bicycle one. That’s four times more than the 5% of workers commuting to work by bike in 2018.
Well done for making it this far! Part 4 explores why many of us might have started commuting in the first place. Cycling is set to become a big part of our lives as people return to the office. And let’s face it, it’s the best way to get around! Here’s how to beast riding to work after lockdown.
Personal electric mobility is quickly emerging as the go-to method of transport in towns and cities. As e-bikes and e-scooters become more powerful and more affordable, they've become a no-brainer for lots of people when compared to a gas-guzzling car or a crowded train or bus.