Price: £99.99Sold by: Swinnerton Cycles Ltd
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Once you are all set up with your bike and your cycling clothing, you may be surprised to know that there are plenty more accessories available that will help to make your cycling easier. We have a wide range of accessories from brands such as Cateye, Camelbak, Assos, Lezyne, Exposure, Endura, Muck-Off, Park Tool, Lizard Skins and Osprey to make sure your cycling life goes as smoothly as possible.
You have invested in the best bike you could find so you have good reason to keep it in tip top condition. It is important to know how to do a basic safety check on your bike, as well as to monitor the health and performance of your inner tube (and know how to change it), to clean and lubricate your gears and drive train, and to adjust your brakes so they are effective and safe.
Bike racks and storage
You may have noticed that keeping your bike on the hallway floor gets in everybody’s way (and on everybody’s nerves), and it is perhaps time to get hold of a storage option for when you are at home. A bike rack for your car, too, if you drive to places where you are going cycling, can make your life a lot easier than trying to cram it in the back seat and squishing your seat and tyres!
Every cyclist knows the importance of good lights, so that they are visible to car drivers and pedestrians on the road, and so that they can see where they are going off road. It is a good idea to have spares, in case of breakage.
Nobody wants to invest in a bike and then have it stolen when it is left unattended. Strong and secure bike locks can make your bike a lot less attractive to a potential thief, so grab hold of one today.
Bags and panniers
You may be happy cycling with a rucksack on your back, but if you prefer to have a bike bag or a pannier, look at the options we have made available and choose one that would fit your needs precisely.
Bike tools and equipment
Do you have a flat tyre kit? Do you know how to replace your chain if it comes off or breaks? It is worth having bike tools with you even before you need them, because you never know when they will become essential.