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15 ways to winter-proof your mountain bike

Winter weather shouldn’t be any reason to stop riding, but it is important to be aware of how tough these conditions can be on your bike and kit. Thankfully, a few simple and inexpensive precautions can prevent the mud, grit and moisture of winter from taking its toll on your pride and joy. Follow our simple […]

Dry your wet riding kit faster

Been riding hard in wet conditions? Yeah it’s hard to avoid right now, but Anna Glowinski is here to show us a pro tip to get a headstart on the wait. It turns out that a towel is just about the most massively useful thing any cyclist can carry in their car. So not just […]

Mountain Biking UK reader survey – win £250 of vouchers

Mountain Biking UK is Britain’s best selling mountain bike magazine and we want to continue being the nation’s favourite go-to place for everything mountain bike related. Our 2015 reader survey is live and ready – we’re going to be reading all of your feedback on the magazine and it’ll give you the chance to help shape […]

First look: 2016 Nukeproof Mega

Nukeproof launch seven new Megas, three of which are 29ers Need to Know Nukeproof introduce the third generation Mega Two wheel size options: 27.5in and 29in Alloy frame construction with …Continue reading » Source: MBR

This tiny GPS tracking device promises to beat the thieves

Imagine being able to hide a tiny little sleuth in your bike frame, invisible to the naked eye but springing into action should the villains of London town (or any other metropolis) have it away. Meet Sherlock. Related: Eight fresh takes on bike security It’s claimed to be the smallest invisible GPS-based antitheft device that […]

Best mountain bike lights

A good front mountain bike light frees you up to night ride at any time – whether you want to take to the trails at night or just beat the shorter days in winter. We’ve rounded up the best mountain bike lights of 2015, as reviewed by our sister mags Mountain Biking UK and What […]

‘Britain’s fave view’ wins our autumn photo comp

The votes are in and we have a clear winner. The above photo of Wasdale in the English Lake District by user Guanajuato was the resounding choice among our readers (and many BikeRadar staffers too). We had dozens of submissions sent in from all over the world, from California’s Marin County to Barcelona in Spain, and from […]

Subscribe to Cycling Plus and receive a High5 nutrition pack

Subscribe to Cycling Plus, BikeRadar‘s printed sibling, and receive a bonus High5 nutrition pack worth £85 – plus save up to 25 percent on the cover price. To get you ready for the new season we’re offering a High5 nutrition pack to every new subscriber to Cycling Plus magazine. Each pack contains: 1 x race […]

Six reasons to like the T47 bottom bracket standard

From the comments on our recent story about the emerging T47 bottom bracket standard it’s clear that riders are fatigued and, quite frankly, fed up by the frequency with which manufacturers are changing component standards. To some cyclists, it may seem like the new T47 bottom bracket standard amounts to little more than taking two […]