Accessories

  1. Accessory Kits Buying Guide

    Accessory Kits Buying Guide

    It doesn’t matter whether you’re a roadie, a trail warrior or a daily commuter, every rider should have a well stocked accessory kit. The best bike accessory kits will include everything you need to get you out of trouble including a pump, patch kit and tyre levers which can be conveniently carried in a durable saddle bag.

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  2. Action Camera Buying Guide

    Action Camera Buying Guide

    An action camera is a great way to capture all the excitement from your rides, whether they be on or off road. When deciding which action camera is right for you, the first step is to consider what type of footage you’d like to capture, and which technical specifications are important to you .

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  3. Aerobars Buying Guide

    Aerobars Buying Guide

    If you’re competing in triathlons or racing the clock in time trials then you should consider investing in a set of aerobars. As the name suggests, Aerobars allow the rider to achieve a more aerodynamic position on the bike which reduces wind resistance and therefore increases speed.

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  4. Bags & Backpacks Buying Guide

    Bags & Backpacks Buying Guide

    When choosing a cycling backpack, there are a couple of important considerations to make in order to get the right product for you. First, you’ll want to ensure that your backpack has an adjustable chest strap to stop it from moving around too much when you’re on the move. Second, consider which size backpack you’ll need.

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  5. Bike Storage Buying Guide

    Bike Storage Buying Guide

    If you’re travelling with your bike as cargo, then a good quality bike bag is a must have. Bike bags are specially made cases that protect your bike and its components from incidental damage when being transported. Many models feature foam padding and hard panels to reduce movement and protect delicate parts (such as rims).

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  6. Car Racks Buying Guide

    Car Racks Buying Guide

    Car racks are a fantastic investment that allow you to easily transport your bike to locations beyond what you’d be able to reach if setting out on a ride from home. Many people think that bike racks are expensive or too difficult to attach to their car, however car racks are cheaper and easier to fit than you might think!

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  7. Baby Seats & Trailers Buying Guide

    Baby Seats & Trailers Buying Guide

    Baby & child bike seats are specifically designed to let your kids come along and enjoy the ride before they old enough to ride themselves. When choosing a baby seat there are a variety of options for you to choose from with each having its own benefits depending on the preference of the rider and the age of the child.

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  8. Computer & Heart Rate Monitor Buying Guide

    Computer & Heart Rate Monitor Buying Guide

    Whether it’s riding for fun, fitness or competition, at the end you the day you’re exercising. To make the most of any form of exercise, you need to be aware of the length, quality and intensity of your activity. Starting at less the $30, there’s a great selection of bike computers suited to all styles of rider.

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  9. Creams & Oils Buying Guide

    Creams & Oils Buying Guide

    Cycling cream can be somewhat of a delicate subject not often discussed among peers, however if you’re riding on a regular basis then applying cream before a ride is definitely something you should consider. Cycling cream reduces friction between your Knicks and your skin which can prevent abrasions and nasty bacterial / fungal infections that can lead to unpleasant saddle sore.

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  10. Helmets Buying Guide

    Helmets Buying Guide

    By law, every cyclist is required to wear a helmet which complies with Australia’s strict safety standards. As well as being safe, your helmet also needs to be comfortable and suited to the type of riding you’ll be doing. Here’s a rundown on some of the main types of helmets and how to pick which model is right for you.

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