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6 Week Training Plan

6 Week Training Plan »

So you have decided to do a road race (or have landed yourself in a position you can't get out of or back down from). Whether you have some experience in this area and are looking for the next training plan to try out, or are a complete beginner, this plan can prove to be great fun and very effective! - Read more...

Prima or Breeze – Saddle Sale

Prima or Breeze – Saddle Sale »

Whether you're a road or off-road rider, we have a great pair of offers on these women's bike saddles - but only while stocks last! Roadies will love the Prima, a great saddle with amazing levels of comfort and durability. The Breeze is a favourite amongst the MTB crowd and is now available at an unbelievable price. - Read more...

Flux MTB Saddle Sale

Flux MTB Saddle Sale »

Compared by Bike Radar favourably to the now legendary Charge Spoon (in that it is a shade lighter and more comfortable) they could find little to fault. You can now purchase these saddles for a limited time at Koo Bikes for an equally amazing £15.99 a fantastic reduction from their RRP of £24.99; only while stocks last. - Read more...

Prime Road Saddle Sale

Prime Road Saddle Sale »

Looking for something that's more comfortable than your current perch, or just an affordable replacement saddle for your road bike? Look no further! The Madison Prime Road Saddle earned a "5/5 exceptional" rating from Bike Radar, who found it had levels of comfort and durability that were amazing for the price. - Read more...

Respro Hump Offer – Limited Stock Offer

Respro Hump Offer – Limited Stock Offer »

Living in the UK it is always wise to be prepared for whatever the British weather may throw at you. One handy way is to ensure whatever you are carrying in your ride bag reaches the other end in as good as state as it left in, and a simple way to do this is to have a waterproof rucksack cover on hand for when the worse happens. There are few better rated covers available than the Respro Hump range. - Read more...

SIS GO Isotonic Energy Gels – Limited Stock Offer

SIS GO Isotonic Energy Gels – Limited Stock Offer »

No mess, no fuss, just energy. We have some unbelievable deals on limited stock of Science In Sports (SIS) Go Isotonic Energy Gels, reduced from a RRP of £38.70 to just £24.99 - be quick at these prices they won't last long. Choose from 3 mouth-watering flavours, Apple, Tropical, and new to Koo Bikes Pink Grapefruit! - Read more...

Is your saddle causing you health problems?

Is your saddle causing you health problems? »

Now cycling is good for you - multiple studies have shown that even a little regular cycling can vastly improve your overall fitness, with particular benefits in the cardio, blood pressure and even mental health areas. I'm one of those who during the last 12-18 months have gained health-wise from regular commuter cycling as well as cycling at weekends and holidays with family and friends. But could my new-found daily cycling pleasure actually be causing me harm and indeed causing other long-term health issues by stealth? - Read more...

Tour de France 2014 – Can We Make It A Hat-Trick?

Tour de France 2014 – Can We Make It A Hat-Trick? »

After a 40 years absence, the Tour finally returns to the UK this weekend! Amongst the 198 riders there are 4 British riders - Simon Yates, Geraint Thomas, Mark Cavendish and defending champion Chris Froome who start the first of 21 stages in Leeds. After a pretty dismal summer for British sport (cough, cough - World Cup - cough, cough) and Andy Murray's defeat at Wimbledon, Froome is just about our last best hope for sporting glory. - Read more...

MuleBar Madness Sale

MuleBar Madness Sale »

If you get on well with energy bars but find that all the various products and flavours are a bit "samey", you haven't yet tried MuleBar Energy Bars! Fairtrade and organic certified, suitable for vegetarians and supplied on compostable wrappers, these bars are green in all the right ways. - Read more...

Shimano Vs SRAM: What’s it all about?

Shimano Vs SRAM: What’s it all about? »

Bike fanatics can spend hours squabbling over the merits of different components, whether it is about which tyres are best, what cranks are the most effective, what pedals work best with which shoes or indeed which gears give you the competitive edge.