It's the time of year when layers are essential. The weekend group ride now requires a dozen items of clothing from skull caps to glove liners. It's also important to look after your kit, especially when it's being rigorously tested by the winter weather.
Choosing the right lights is not an easy task. After all, bicycle lights have different purposes, some for commuters, others for road cyclists looking to train after work. So here are the latest and greatest bike lights, no matter what cyclist you are.
It is easier said than done - riding in the rain. However if you follow these steps, it will be much more tolerable. Number 3 is a must.
The rain has began to fall. You've been commuting to work, riding on the weekends, getting caught out in storms for weeks, so you've decided to bite the bullet and buy a serious rain jacket. The only problem is, which one do you buy?!
We like to form partnerships with local companies wherever possible, and London-based brand, Beryl, is our go-to for lights. The first of a two-part blog post, the team at Beryl gives the low-down on preparing for your commute as we head into the darker months - starting with your lights.
In association with Wahoo, Laka will guide you through the essential steps for setting up your Turbo. Start your winter training right!