Riding a bike is one of the most fun things you can do, whether that’s a weekend ride out with your friends and family, flying past all the traffic on your cycle commute or nipping about town on errands.
Of the 300,000 bicycles stolen each year in the UK, 50% of those thefts happen at home¹. That’s why it’s vital you make sure your bike shed is as secure as, well, houses.
As e-bikes grow in popularity, so too do the number of thieves looking for a chance to snatch them. E-bikes are three times more likely to get stolen than regular cycles, so you want to ensure that yours is locked up safe and sound.
We get a lot of questions about bike sheds. So we teamed up with Carl from thebestbikelock.com to give you all the info about choosing the right one. Check out Carl's post below:
The highway code is designed to protect cyclists whilst out on the road. Although, lots of people aren’t even sure what the highway code is. Is it law? And what does it mean for cyclists?
Since the nationwide lockdown began Matt (our superstar claims handler) has been answering your most common maintenance questions via Instagram live - to keep you on the road.
With all the flooding happening across the country, we decided to delve into the topic of water damage and what is actually covered with your home contents insurance.