For many, the winter holidays are a chance to unwind, eat, drink and be merry. But for a lot of cyclists, it’s spent trying to cram in as much riding as possible without getting called scrooge by your relatives.
Turbo training is on the up. Millions of us are riding our bikes indoors on turbo trainers or on static bikes. With apps like Zwift, Rouvy, RGT, and Wahoo SYSTM, riding indoors has never been so appealing.
The home roads of the local cyclists who use them most. Provided by Laka staff and our brilliant collective of cyclists, download a route and have some fun!Starting with London, this series will explore the best routes in the UK, as provided by Laka staff and our brilliant community of cyclists.
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 bike lights can be tricky. However from our years of experience riding through the winter, here are our best and brightest bike lights that you should buy this winter. Whether you're commuting, mountain biking, or squeezing the road miles in after work, you'll find something for you here.
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?!