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Mike Burrows Myth Busting: What's The Best Material To Make A Bike From?
18th July 2014 by
The first bicycles arrived in the early nineteenth century and were built largely of wood. Fast-forward to today and entering a bike shop one will be confronted by a dazzling array ...
Mike Burrows Myth Busting: What's The Best Angle For Bicycle Forks
11th July 2014 by
Mike Burrows is considered by many to be the doyen of British bike designers. Key to his success is a willingness to break the mould and challenge tradition in order to improve his ...
Mike Burrows Myth Busting: Do Bicycle Wheels Differ In Ride Comfort?
4th July 2014 by
Mike Burrows is a leading cycle builder with a reputation for producing ground-breaking bikes. Burrows takes a thoroughly pragmatic approach to designing, so when choosing the ...
Mike Burrows Myth Busting: Can You Climb Hills On A Recumbent Bike?
27th June 2014 by
As the man responsible for such notable machines as the Windcheetah 'Speedy' trike, the Ratcatcher and the Ratracer, Mike Burrows is something of a trailblazer in the world of ...
Mike Burrows Myth Busting: Do Shaved Legs Make You Go Faster On A Bike?
20th June 2014 by
Victory and defeat in cycle sport can be decided by seconds, so even the most minor of adjustments to your setup can give critical marginal gains. Being both a racer and an ...
The Bicycle Academy
26th July 2013 by
Imagine building your own bike. Imagine doing all the brazing and welding and riding off into the sunset on something that you had created. If that is something you never thought ...
London Bike Kitchen
26th July 2013 by
Based just off the Regent’s Canal in London’s trendy Haggerston, the super friendly London Bike Kitchen is a wonderful resource for the city’s cycling community. The LBK is ...