We can all agree that the good weather is all but over and that means it’s time to start thinking about summer sports equipment storage. Considering good quality sports equipment isn’t cheap, you need to follow best practices to ensure everything stays in excellent condition until the next season.
Leaving it on the floor in the garage or garden shed with little to no security is not the right way. To help you keep your summer sports equipment in good condition, whether it’s golf clubs, stand up paddleboards, kayaks or bicycles, these sports equipment storage tips can help.
If you’re like us and love the outdoors whether it’s cycling, golfing, canoeing, kayaking or paddleboarding, winter is never a welcome sight. However, it is inevitable and with that comes the responsibility of safely storing sports equipment. Considering most of it is rather expensive, these sports equipment storage tips will help keep everything in excellent condition for next season.
Cleaning and storing sports equipment properly is essential to keep everything
in good condition until next season. Considering that summer sport is now definitely
over, you need innovative sports storage solutions to keep your expensive gear clean
This particularly applies to those who love canoeing, kayaking, cycling and
playing golf. Don’t just dump it in a cupboard, garage or storage shed as it
could cause premature wear and tear. The last thing you want next season is a
damaged canoe, flat bicycle tyres or rodents living in your golf bag.
It’s almost time again for the Bristol Harbourside Triathlon! For those taking part this Sunday, we hope that you’re fit and ready for the 1500m swim, 40km cycle and 10km run. In saying that, storing sports equipment is as important as storing furniture or other valuables especially if you’re an avid sports person. Storing a swimsuit and your trainers are easy but what about your expensive bike? Continue reading →