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.
It is all about e-bikes at the moment, with 2021 promising to see an electronic surge for cyclists. Sales figures have increased by more than 47 per cent in the UK alone, as a growing number of people add an “e” to the front of their bike.
Ready to ditch your vehicle and go pure pedal power? With a cargo bike you can do that. Carry shopping, accessories and even children with these versatile haulers. Going full cargo bike can be a daunting prospect, so here's cargo bike expert Sylvia's beginners guide to cargo bikes.
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.
If you haven’t put an E in front of your bike yet, now might just be the time to do it. E-bike sales in Europe have gone from strength to strength, and they’re expected to grow from 3.7 million to 17 million by 2030. In 2018, e-bike sales surpassed regular cycle sales in the Netherlands alone.
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.