At RCE we pride ourselves on making everyone feel welcome – whether they’re new to the sport or have been riding for years, male or female, racing snake or "fat lad (or lass) at the back", have a budget of £500 or £5000. The cycling world can be baffling with it’s own language and technical terms. We cut through the jargon and clearly explain what you need to know to choose the bike that’s right for you. If you're not sure about something, just ask - there are no stupid questions.
When you come to RCE for a new bike here is what you can expect:
When it comes to buying your new bike there are so many different options when it comes to spec choice that it can be quite the minefield. Bicycle gearing is perhaps the biggest and most complicated one of those mines with different brands, all with different groupsets, all at different speeds,mechanical or electronic, etc - if you don't already know the key differences between groupsets then it's easy to get lost. In this blog we strip back those complexities and offer a simple and basic guide to modern bicycle gearing.
Trek are a huge company, both on the high street and in the peloton. Given the size of the company they naturally produce a huge and diverse collection of bicycles across almost all disciplines. In this blog we're going to take a quick look at the three main offerings they have for road cycling; the Madone, Domane, and Emonda.