Well after five years of Cyclegeezer we’ve finally got around to giving our site a well deserved face lift. Hopefully you’ll like some of the new touches added, all in place to keep everything simple and clean. We are really excited as we’ve got several new lines coming through, watch this space…….
Although the Inner-tubes and tyres are pretty sturdy, here are some care tips to ensure that you get the best out of your purse, wallet, belt or bracelet! Avoid contact against sharp surfaces to minimise scratching. Wash in warm clean water with no soap or detergents. Wipe off excess water with a soft towel and […]
Its taken a bit of doing but our directory of cycle friendly businesses is open. We list pubs, bike shops, accommodation. All of which welcome cyclists. Have a look here and if you know of any body that should list please pass the details on to them. More business for them, more choice for you.
With a little reluctance we have joined the crowd and have listed on the beast that is Amazon. The horrendous and renowned ‘Amazon Verification Process’ only took a little over 5 weeks….. You can now buy some of our best selling gifts for cyclists on Amazon for now, but as you are already know about […]
Well a friend asked my if I knew anyone who could write a small ‘guide to cycling’ blog for a company that she works for?? Surely it can’t be that difficult I thought….. “I’ll do it I replied!” and the deal was done. I soon discovered that writing articles is not my forte. Anyway 4 […]
Wow, so much going on. We have just launched our new site ‘Trip Finder‘ which is a directory that aims to collate a list of cycle friendly businesses throughout the UK. Access to the website is totally free and can be used as an aide to plan a road trip and is there to help […]
This is the day we officially launched Cyclegeezer at the Cycle Show 2012! Who would have believed it that this is two years ago. When we started we had boxes of stock all over our house, but business has been good to us and we have had to move to a different premises with bigger […]
We were out this weekend showing our support for BBC Look North presenters Harry Gration and Amy Garcia. The pair cycle a tandem bicycle on the route of the Grand Depart of the Tour de France, later in the year. They hope to cover 214 miles, around Yorkshire, in eight days. The pair are raising […]
While most gold medals are solid gold, notable exceptions are gold-plated and often silver-gilt, like those of the Olympic Games, the Lorentz Medal, the United States Congressional Gold Medal and the Nobel Prize medal. Nobel Prize medals consist of 18 carat green gold plated with 24 carat gold. Before 1980 they were struck in 23 […]
The Peloton travels as an integrated unit with each rider making slight adjustments in response to their adjacent riders (particularly the one in front of each). When developed, riders at the front are exposed to higher loads, and will tend to slip off the front in order to rejoin the pack farther back. With sufficient […]