Cycling at any level is fantastically enjoyable and fantastic exercise. Clearly there are a lot of Clydesdales out there that agree for me because this sections on bikes for heavy riders have been one of the most popular pages on my … more
Like any Clydesdale cyclist, you want your bike to last as many years as possible after all, bikes are not cheap (especially the good ones).
How often you service your bicycle depends on how much mileage you put on it every week. It is recommended that you service your bike … more
When I say cycling T shirts, I don’t mean the sexy lycra body hugging type. I’m talking about the kind you wear at a BBQ, the beach, or around the shops.
There are a few places that sell printed tshirts with pictures or logos on them which will show your love of cycling, and more than likely a … more
If you are a heavy cyclist you really need strong wheels suitable for your type of riding. If your weight is too much above average, most likely the first things you will damage are the wheels. You will either break spokes, have trouble keeping the wheel straight (in true), or even worse … more
If you read my previous page about good bikes for heavy cyclists and casual riding, and still look at those bikes and think “Nope- I really need more beef, because I have too much beef for them”
then keep reading!
Really the next step up from those types of bikes is a m … more
I said it previously, but there is no such thing as *the* best bike for a heavy cyclist.
It really depends on the rider and what sort of riding, where, and how far they want to go.
In my previous article about what to look out for in a bike for a big cyclist, I hi … more