Riding in an organised group is not only more sociable, it can help increase your fitness and save you energy compared with riding solo. Here’s our expert guide to the important aspects of group riding that will help you get the most out of it and enjoy it safely. Continue reading Ribble Guide: Riding in a group and how you will benefit.
Winter Training and Four Ways to Stay Focused
Jack Rees from Ribble Pro Cycling takes a look at the infamous winter training and prescribes four ways to keep going when the days get shorter and the temperature drops.
It’s cold, dark and wet outside and often motivation can be a little on the low side this festive season where getting out the door to train can seem more that a chore than an actual hobby!
There’s always one that’s difficult to buy for. So they’re into cycling, but what do you get them?! To help you out we’ve pulled together a list of Christmas Gift Ideas to suit each budget.
Riding a Bike in the Cold
We have pulled together seven top winter tips to help you enjoy riding your Ribble in the depths of the cold season. Afterall there should be no reason not to ride this winter.