No! No matter how much you pay, or how heavy a lock you are willing to manage, the sad fact is that there is no such thing as an unbreakable bike lock. Every lock is vulnerable to braking/cutting/picking/drilling if the scumbag thief is willing and able to take enough time and make enough noise with … Read more Is there an unbreakable bike lock?
No! Well not really light and really strong. If you want the strongest, most unbreakable bike lock it is going to be very heavy. On the other hand, if you want a very light lock then scumbag thieves will be able to cut through it with not much more than a pair of scissors. In between these … Read more Is there a light but strong bike lock?
No. The Highway Code suggests cyclists should wear approved cycle helmets, but there is no UK law compelling riders to wear them. This is the case with most countries and territories in the World, with the notable exceptions of Australia and New Zealand. However, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t wear a helmet!
Yes! Whilst you are not legally obliged to wear a bike helmet in the UK, you definitely should! There are plenty of strong arguments for not wearing helmets: Cycling great, and all-round good egg, Chris Boardman often points to a couple of facts: Fewer than 1 in 100 cyclists in the Netherlands wears a helmet, yet they … Read more Should I wear a bike helmet?