Cycling in the UK set to continue growing in 2022 - but where do you store bikes when they are not being used?
Storing bikes is an on-going issue for most homeowners. People usually keep their bikes in their shed or garage, if they have one. For most families with children there may be 3 or 4 or more bikes to store and they often end up all leant up against each other. That not only means they stand a chance of getting damaged but people can’t get to the BBQ in the shed or park the car in their garage.
We think we have a solution ...
Mother's Day. Father's day. Birthday. Christmas. All opportunities to buy something nice for the people you love.
But what do you buy for the sporty or outdoorsy type who already has everything? Well, how about somewhere to put it?
If you are thinking of what to buy for someone who is a golfer, a cyclist or a keen gardener, then a wall storage rack might just be the perfect gift. It’s a great way to get stuff off the floor and properly organised so that it is easy to find, safe from damage, saves space and looks great.
A GearHooks storage system offers huge amounts of extra storage in any home, garage or shed by using space that everyone has but doesn’t use - the walls.
The problem is where do you put all the stuff you know you need but is just getting in the way?? - We show you how.
As spring approaches, keen gardeners up and down the country are looking forward to tending their gardens after the long winter break. If you are one of them, sorting out your garden tools is a job that you’ll want to do before the new planting season kicks off in spring.
A small company, who design and make all their products from a converted barn in North Wales, has produced a new wall mounted garden tool rack. It stores between 30 or 40 large and heavy garden tools in just 1M of wall space in a shed or garage. They believe it stores more tools in less space than anything else on the market.
13 of the best and most useful UK cycling blogs and websites to visit in 2022
We have a done a complete review of the most useful UK cycling blogs and websites that we could find in 2022. We’ve weeded out blogs and sites that haven’t been updated for months (or even years), low quality ‘click magnets’ for Amazon or sponsored links and ones that are just plain rubbish. We've included many of the big organisations but also a few independent bloggers who might be harder to find but often have something a bit more interesting to say.You might argue that there are dozens of magazines out there that cover all of the topics we cover here. That’s true but not every issue will have a route from your back door, or review that latest bit of kit you were thinking about.Blogs and websites will help you to find exactly what you are looking for. Here are 10 of, what we think are, the best.......