Buying Guides

Choosing the right product can be hard, there's so much to choose from, features to weigh up and jargon to navigate. To help choose the right product for you, we've put together these buying guides to help make your decision easier.

  1. Neo Kids Bikes overview


    Neo bikes are a lightweight kids bike range, designed in Australia by Apollo Bikes. The range is designed for kids aged from 2-10 and over, with models to suit the beginner through to the more advanced rider

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  2. The Christmas Gift Guide - Kids Bikes Edition

    The Christmas Gift Guide - Kids Bikes Edition

    Kids Bikes

    No kids can forget their first bike! Kids bikes are one of the most popular presents this xmas, and we’ve given the lowdown on the best options for your little one!

    Before you jump into it the gift guide, make sure you get up to speed on the kids bike buying guide which will give you all the information you need to pick the best size for your little one.

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  3. Kid's Bike Buying Guide

    Kid's Bike Buying Guide

    Whether it’s your kids first bike, or they’ve outgrown their old set of wheels; buying a kids bike can be difficult if you don’t know how to pick the right one.

    Kids bikes are sized according to their wheel size, not their frame size like adult bikes. Size is the most important consideration when choosing bicycles for kids. The right size bike will help keep your child safe, comfortable and get the most enjoyment from their bike.

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  4. Summary of the 2019 Norco Search XR Adventure Bike

    The Norco Search XR is an adventure bike that is designed for the rider that is looking to push the limits of what to expect from a traditional road bike. All riding preferences are catered for, with Carbon and Steel frames both available, plus an alloy option later in the season.

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  5. The all new 2019 Merida Mission CX Cyclocross Bike

    The new 2019 Merida Mission CX is a race-ready cyclocross bike that is cleverly and intelligently designed so that it can offer much more versatility away from the cyclocross race track.

    With a multitude of different models across the Mission CX platform, this bike is also suited to commuters, gravel grinders and even weekend adventurers with its distinctive design and sporty geometry.

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  6. Summary of 2019 Norco Range Mountain Bike

    The Norco Range is an enduro bike built to tear downhill even on the most technical trails. This dual suspension bike is built for the serious rider that wants high-performance without breaking the bank.

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  7. New 2019 Norco Storm Mountain Bike


    The Norco Storm is a hardtail mountain bike designed for the recreational rider that is looking for a fun and comfortable ride. The Storm is great for exploring new trails and gives you great performance in a reasonably priced package. Available in a range of price points, and even in a women's specific frame, the Storm is a great option for a range of riders looking to hit the paths, parks or trails.

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  8. Cyclocross Bikes Buying Guide

    Cyclocross Bikes Buying Guide

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

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  9. e-Bikes Buying Guide

    e-Bikes Buying Guide

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

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  10. Fixie Bike Buying Guide

    Fixie Bike Buying Guide

    Fixie and single speed bikes are beautifully simple bikes with only one gear. They're modelled on old school track bikes, and just have a single speed, with no shifters and derailleurs, which makes them little to no maintenance. A fixie has a fixed-hub, so your pedals always move with the wheels, while a single speed bike has a free-hub like a conventional bike.

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