After taking delivery of your fully-built bike from Tredz, follow these quick & easy steps and you'll be ready to ride in no time.
Setting up the suspension for your MTB will significantly change how the bike feels, so it’s worth taking the time to get it right.
A vital skill for all cyclists, fixing a puncture is both easy and is something that will come in handy to keep you riding.
Setting your saddle to the correct height is a small, yet important part of bike setup making for a much more enjoyable ride.
We've braved the cold Autumn air to put together this helpful lights comparison guide. You can see how bright each light is and compare key information between products.
To keep your bike quiet and in good order, it's important to lube the chain. Do it as often as needed, but once a week after cleaning is a good place to start.
Running tyres at too high a pressure can be uncomfortable to ride, while too low is inefficient and can increase the chance of getting a puncture.
Not only does it look nasty and make cycling more difficult, all that muck and grime can also wear and rust your valuable components.
Attaching and removing your bike's pedals might seem a simple task, but without the right size tools and a bit of know-how, it can sometimes be difficult.
Accidentally over-tightening QR levers so you can't undo them again is a very common rookie error. Learn how to firmly secure them without getting them stuck.
It's time to ditch the car and ride to work instead. You'll be fitter, less stressed and you'll probably get there faster too.
With crisp morning air, the scrunch of leaves beneath tyres and lure of a steaming coffee post-ride, it's well worth bracing the elements.
The days are longer, the evenings are warm and the roads are dry - there's no better time to be on a bike than in the Summer.
Energy and recovery products will start you off full of energy, give an extra boost mid-ride and help your body recover afterwards.