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Guides & Reviews

Bike Guides & Tips For All Riders

Welcome to the Tredz Guides and Reviews page. Here you’ll find our latest reviews of the best cycling products, helpful buyers guides and highlighted products. We review the latest bikes and accessories, handpick our favourites. There is a range of buyers guides to help you make the right choice.


Cyclist wearing a waterproof cycling jacket

Waterproof Jackets Guide

If you’re cycling for any length of time in the UK, you’re going to need a waterproof jacket in your clothing arsenal. In our waterproof jacket guide we’ll arm you with all the knowledge you need to choose the best rain proof jacket for your needs.

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Best Comfort Saddles

Best Comfort Saddles

Choosing the right saddle can make or break your enjoyment while commuting or training. Comfort saddles are ideal for leisure riding at slower speeds on bikes that put you into a more upright riding position.

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Changing a disc rotor

How To Change Disc Rotors

You may want to change your disc rotor if it is damaged or worn, or if you want to change the size. You may have a Centre Lock rotor or a 6-bolt rotor, and we show you how to change either kind in a few easy steps.

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Specialized Tarmac 2019 range

Specialized Tarmac 2019

The new Tarmac frame is lighter weight and more aerodynamic than previous models while still retaining the classic Tarmac ride feel.

Read Review | 7th July 2018

Best Track Pumps

Best Track Pumps

The best track pumps (also known as floor pumps) quickly and easily inflate your tyres to the right pressure with minimal fuss. When you’re not at the trailside, a track pump is your best bet for tyre inflation.

No matter what your budget is, you’ll find a quality track pump here.

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Orange Crush 2018

Orange Crush 2018

A true hardcore hardtail, this is a bike that comes alive when the going gets tough, yet is happy to cruise around mellow trail all-day-long. While not as quick up the climbs as a lightweight cross-country hardtail, the Crush makes up for this by offering much more fun on the descents.

Read Review | 12th June 2018