Dyedbro Frame Protection Kit – Product Review

After receiving the dispatch email for a new Trek Remedy 8, I went hunting for a protection kit to keep my frame in tip top condition. There are a lot of options out there for frame protection ranging from full tailored to generic top tube. Dyedbro hit perfectly in the middle ground in my opinion,Continue reading “Dyedbro Frame Protection Kit – Product Review”

Ollie Holmes – Bike Check

Here’s a bike check from our own dirt jumper Ollie Holmes. NS Majesty Frame – NS Majesty park edition 2016 frame Sam Pilgrim signature model. Short rear triangle ideal for spins and flips and more control over the rear end of the bike (personal opinion) Frame is black with white writing. Wheels – Halo T2Continue reading “Ollie Holmes – Bike Check”

Top MTB Movies and Edits

During the week I watched the four part series ‘Design and Conquer’ with Matt Jones on Redbull TV. For those that haven’t seen it yet it’s worth every second! There’s been a few standout edits and movies over the past few years so here’s a run down of Cycology Media’s 5 big recommendations and aContinue reading “Top MTB Movies and Edits”

Cycology Media Maintenance: Pre-ride Checks (Bike and Gear)

Pre ride checks? … Ever got to the trails full of excitement, desperate to swing your leg over your bike only to find out, ‘I forgot my helmet, beanie, goggles or tools’?  The worst feeling to have. Fear not, we at Cycology have a pre ride check list for you. Whether you check your kit, cameras or rideContinue reading “Cycology Media Maintenance: Pre-ride Checks (Bike and Gear)”

How to Find Hidden Trails

During lockdown lots of riders have found joy in their local trails that they perhaps overlooked when they had unlimited choice of riding spots. The other half of us have realised that we don’t in fact have any local trails. But maybe we do… Mountain bikers often find a spot and decide that we wantContinue reading “How to Find Hidden Trails”

If you can’t ride ‘em, build ‘em.

For most of us the weekend ritual of packing up the car or van and making the early morning drive to a bike park or trail centre has been put on hold yet again. This means that riding locally is currently the best and only option in some cases. There’s very little in the wayContinue reading “If you can’t ride ‘em, build ‘em.”

Welcome to the team – Ollie Holmes

A big welcome to Ollie Holmes. Joining the team as our resident dirt jumper. Ollie will be helping us with content, and joining us as we expand our brand into territories such as YouTube and Magazines. It’s so rad to have a talented dirt jumper on the team (something I’m useless at) and we can’tContinue reading “Welcome to the team – Ollie Holmes”

Maintenance Monday’s – Drivetrain Issues (Gears)

Drivetrains are one of the most vital aspects of any bike, and to a lot of us gears in particular can seem extremely complex. In reality gears are a relatively simple piece of kit once you understand how they work. There are a few initial check that should be done that are often the causeContinue reading “Maintenance Monday’s – Drivetrain Issues (Gears)”

Bike Maintenance – Essential Tools for Home and Trail

Maintaining your bike is key, especially in the UK where the weather is pretty much always terrible. I outgrew my toolbox recently and had to upgrade to a lovely rolling kit from Lifeline. Here’s a few items I couldn’t live without! I’ve selected my favourite frequently used items, otherwise I’d be here all day. ParkContinue reading “Bike Maintenance – Essential Tools for Home and Trail”

2021 – Race plans, New Bike Day? GoPro incoming and the pursuit of endorsement

“I don’t expect to be running in podium places but for me to finish a race would be a phenomenal achievement” Welcome back readers, I hope great times were had by everyone over New Year to whatever extent you were able. Before we left 2020 in the dust I wrote a quick little post ofContinue reading “2021 – Race plans, New Bike Day? GoPro incoming and the pursuit of endorsement”