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Make your daily commute a breeze with our in-depth guides on commuter bikes. We help you choose the right bike so you can master city cycling and enjoy a more sustainable and healthy urban lifestyle.

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Road Bikes

Designed to go as fast as possible on sealed surfaces, drop bar road bikes are for those who want to commute from A to B in a hurry.

Mountain Bikes

Mountain bikes are designed for more off-road rugged terrains. But they are still popular around city landscapes too, and can carry a lot of gear.

Electric Bikes

Electric Bikes

E-bikes have grown massively in popularity over the last few years. They are very popular for bicycle commuters who need to travel longer distances

Hybrid Bikes

Hybrids are user-friendly commuting bikes offering an upright seating posture, and a reliable option for mixed-terrain utility cycling.

Folding bikes

Folding Bikes

Folding bikes are a popular way for bike commuters to get to and from work.

They fold away into such tight spaces, folding bicycles are perfect for carrying onto trains and buses. Perfect for intermodal passenger transport

Bikes For Commuting Articles

What is a gravel bike?

What Is A Gravel Bike?

Curious about the hype surrounding gravel bikes? Pondering how they carve out their niche amidst road and mountain biking brethren? Gear up, as we pull back the curtain on the…

How To Store A Mountain Bike

How To Store A Mountain Bike

Storing your mountain bike properly is essential to maintaining its performance and extending its lifespan. Whether you’re a seasoned rider or a beginner, this article will give you hints and…

Brompton Vs Tern

Brompton Vs Tern

You’re probably here because you’re tern, sorry, torn….between a Tern or Brompton folding bike – right? Brompton, the iconic British manufacturer, has garnered a loyal following with its meticulous craftsmanship…

What Is The Average Weight Of A Bike?

What Is The Average Weight Of A Bike?

Bike weight is something many keen cyclists obsess over, perhaps to an unwarranted degree. But a bike’s weight does affect various aspects of cycling. If you’re just taking up cycling…