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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.
If you don't fancy building your bike yourself why not let our Halfords mechanics take care of it all?
For that extra piece of mind, our trained bike specialists in store will build your new bike (*Excluding Trax bikes) for absolutely nothing. Zilch. Nada. Zero.
We'll even throw in a safety check and six week service. Nice.
Cleaning your bike involves much more than just pointing a hosepipe at it and hoping for the best. There are lots of products and equipment out there that focus on specific areas of your bike and with a bit of elbow grease they'll keep your cycle looking shiny and new.
We also have lubes which will keep your bike's moving parts moving smoothly, and many help to protect from corrosion and early wear saving you time from repairing your bike later on.
Bikes have a lot of moving parts, and all of these need to be lubricated to keep working as they should! Wheel bearings need different lube to your chain, and so on, and having the right type of bike lube for each application means your bike will be running like clockwork.
A bike pump goes with a bicycle like peaches go with cream. You're going to need one to maintain the pressure in your bike's tyres, but there are many types to choose from: the portable hand pump, single and double action pumps which both work faster, and the heavy duty track pumps which are most certainly not portable, but do make pumping up tyres a doddle. We also have puncture repair kits that are invaluable when taken out with you on the road.
A lot of cyclists like to take matters into their own hands when it comes to bike maintenance, and we've got plenty of products to help you in this endeavour. From general spanners and snazzy multi-tools to complete tool boxes, you'll never have a problem looking for a specific piece of kit.
Repairing a bike becomes a heck of a lot easier when the bike is in a repair stand. Most repair stands can be adjusted so the bike is at the perfect height and angle for you to work on it. No more scrabbling around on the floor can only be a good thing.
Unfortunately, punctures are an unavoidable part of cycling, so you need to make sure you can fix one while you're out and about! We've got lots of bike puncture repair products to help you get rolling again, and avoid a long walk home!