With such a big range of bikes on offer, we know that choosing your next bike can sometimes be a confusing minefield of options.
Before you decide, it might be a good idea to think about what you'll be using the bike for and where you are likely to ride. Like to attack the off road trails and tarmac? Then a hybrid bike might be right up your street..
With so many different bikes to choose from, it can be a pain trying to find one that's right for you. Luckily, we're here to help. Take a look at our Bike Size Guide, which includes information on the sizing of bikes we've got, and how you can choose the right size bike for you.
Remember, it's always handy to think about what you'll be using the bike for and where you are likely to ride.
We've got loads of cute kids' accessories that will make your child jump for joy. From bells, dolly carriers and streamers to police sirens, number plates and flags, your kid's bike will look more snazzy than yours!
Our range of child seats and trailers mean that the whole family can go out for a cycle ride with even the youngest members of the family. Trailers can seat either one or two children and will keep them protected from the elements whilst they ride in their child-sized rickshaw. It's enough to make you jealous!
Child bike trailers attach to the back of an adult's bike, and are available for one or two children. The kids are protected from the elements, and the trailers can be quickly removed when you need to use the bike on your own!
Whether you're commuting to and from work or heading out for a leisurely ride, you're probably going to need somewhere to stash your essentials. Accessories like saddle bags, baskets, panniers and racks are essential pieces of kit which make hauling around your laptop or shopping hassle-free.
Sometimes you need to take a lot with you when you're cycling and unless your bike comes with a rack, you may think you're stuck. But have no fear, my luggage laden friend. A pannier is what you need. These handy contraptions will evenly distribute the weight of your stuff and will allow you to carry plenty with you, whether it's just a briefcase for work or supplies for a trek to the Andes.
Mirrors, bells and horns are sensible additions to your bike that will increase both your presence and safety, but we don't recommend having both bells and horns on your bike unless you're planning on starting a one-man band.
Staying hydrated is the number 1 rule for any physical activity, and we've got plenty of bottles and hydration packs to help keep you on top of it. Our bottles can be relied upon to keep your water where it should be instead of leaking all over the ground as so many bottles are wont to do.
If you're going out mountain biking, and a water bottle either won't fit in your frame or won't stay put over those rocky descents, a bike hydration pack is the way to go! It holds a bladder of water on your back, with a drinking tube near your mouth for easy drinking out on the trail.