Free delivery on orders over £30
Riding bikes is a continuous journey of learning—not just skills, but discovering what you’re capable of. Over the next three months, we’re focusing on learning, so if you’re new to bikes or just looking to sharpen your bike skills, this is the place for you.
There’s a line in the Worth It Manifesto that says: “Use every achievement as fuel for your confidence fire.” Guess what? Learning to fix a flat is not just a key piece of knowledge that’ll keep you riding, it’s a big ol’ skill log to throw onto that fire. Click through and we’ll walk you through the process in detail, plus suggest two habits that’ll take you one pedal stroke closer to being a full-time boss on the bike.
Lao Tzu once said: “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” To that we say: “Why walk when you can ride?” That’s why we’ve created a series of events, kicking off in March, to cater to the first timers and the cycle-curious and help you to take that first step on your bike-life journey.
These events will give you all the info you need to get started, including choosing a bike, basic skills, and if that journey you’re about to embark on really has to be a thousand miles. This is your chance to connect with people in your community at the same point of the journey as you, and learn from those who are already on the path. There’s also some goody bags filled with some pretty sweet swag that’s sure to get you stoked for your next ride.
We believe in A.B.L., aka Always Be Learning. With that in mind, we’ve created a list of challenges and goals to aim for in 2018. It’s called Worth It Will Do—a bucket list of things you can do on the bike this year. Many of these are great for those just starting out, and we’ll be providing tips for how to complete some of them right here over the next three months.