Richard 18th March 2020
With a decent pair of tyres setting you back around £80+ and a new bike going anywhere from the £100s to the £1000s, cycling can look like a pastime for those with the cash, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
I know cyclists with the latest version of some of the flashier bikes on the market and I know cyclists like me who’s everyday bike came off Facebook Market place for next to nothing.
Just like life, being a cyclist can be as cheap or as expensive as you like. Pick up a bike on Gumtree for a thirty quid or a bike shop for £1000 – either way, when you get in that saddle, you’re still a member of the cycling community.