Even with the coronavirus lockdown in place, more and more people are cycling for exercise. While some are experienced and understand cycling safety, maintenance and proper bicycle storage, others are novices who need some guidance.
For that very reason, we’ve put together a little guide for you and your family. We look at how to stay safe on the road, the sort of safety equipment you need, how to maintain your bike and, of course, bicycle storage.
If you live in a small house or flat, you know exactly what we’re referring to. Let’s be honest, bicycles are awkward to store and you need somewhere safe and secure. You need a space big enough where they won’t get damaged and somewhere they can be kept clean. Unless you’ve decluttered, don’t just throw them into the shed or garage as it may already be full of other stuff. You also don’t want to risk driving over your bicycle’s wheels if it’s just lying on the garage floor.
Whether you need to make space at
home or find another way, there are several things you could consider. Here are
some safe and suitable bicycle storage tips for everyone.
More and more people are cycling and it’s no surprise really. It’s a fantastic way to see the beautiful countryside and to get the whole family active. There are increasing numbers of safe cycle tracks for families to use making it even easier for younger children to enjoy the outing with their parents. Bicycles are not cheap though so effective bicycle storage is important to keep them safe and in good condition.
It certainly seems that cycling has become more popular over the last few years as more people are buying and riding expensive bikes, but do they really know how important bike storage is?
Your bike is a valuable item and needs to be properly stored and looked after whether at home, work, gym, going to the grocery store or stopping off for a quick latte. Always remember these golden rules for effective bike storage: Continue reading →