Mountain Bikes

Mountain bikes are a wide and versatile range of bikes designed primarily for off-road use. They are made with strong frames and components, off road tyres and a large range of gears to suit the challenges of riding on unsealed and often hilly or mountainous terrain.

While performing best off-road, mountain bikes are extremely versatile, and suitable for a variety of recreational and commuter purposes.

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Road Bikes

Road bikes are characterised by drop-style handlebars, lightweight frames, skinny tyres and no suspension. They are designed to travel long distances quickly and efficiently on sealed roads and bikeways.

Road bikes are great for general fitness training, long distance commuting and road racing.

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Commuter Bikes

Versatile bikes that take features from both mountain and road bikes. Commuter bikes are designed mainly for sealed surfaces, and riding for general fitness, recreation or to commute.

Hybrid, Flat-bar road, and folding bikes all come under this category.

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Cruiser Bikes

Cruiser bikes are classically styled, simple and comfortable - perfect options for around town riding and commuting. Cruiser bikes have a relaxed, upright riding position, which makes them comfortable and easy to ride (particularly at low speeds). Cruiser bikes often have only one or a few gears, making them very simple to ride and extremely easy to maintain.

Hybrid, Flat-bar road, and folding bikes all come under this category.

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Adventure Road Bikes

Adventure Road or Cyclocross bikes look similar to road bikes, with the main differences being the knobbed, off-road tyres; strong wheelsets; and braking systems that allow for better clearance of mud and debris.

Adventure Road bikes are designed specifically for cyclocross racing, a hybrid event that takes cues from both road cycling and mountain biking.

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e-Bikes

Electric bikes or e-bikes are bicycles powered by a long life battery that runs an electric motor. The motor acts to provide extra power to assist pedalling, making riding simpler, easy and faster. You can control the amount of assistance the motor provides, which either increases or decreases the energy required by the battery or the rider.

Electric bikes are a great way to build up your fitness level, as you can progressively reduce the amount of assistance you require as you become fitter.

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BMX Bikes

BMX bikes are used for a wide range of BMX disciplines, including BMX race, dirt, freestyle, street, park, and more. Given their size, durability, and simplicity, BMX bikes are a great option for older children and adolescents. As you progress through the kids range, models become stronger, more rugged and more suitable for racing and tricks.

Electric bikes are a great way to build up your fitness level, as you can progressively reduce the amount of assistance you require as you become fitter.

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Kid's Bikes

Size is the most important consideration when choosing bicycles for kids. The right size bike will help keep your child safe, comfortable and getting the most enjoyment from their bike. Another important consideration is the frame. A lightweight frame that places the child in a stable, comfortable riding position will be easier to pedal and more enjoyable to ride, meaning it will get ridden much more! Bikes made with alloy frames are typically lighter than bikes with steel frames, but more expensive.

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