Full Windsor:  FoldnFix Mudguard

Full Windsor: FoldnFix Mudguard

There’s no need to go rummaging around in the shed, because attaching a FoldnFix fender is a tool-free procedure. Just attach using it’s cable-ties and away you go. The FoldnFix attaches down the seat tube, protecting your upper legs and backside. It’s origami design keeps it nice and rigid, allowing it to spring back when knocked, making it durable and resistant to breakage. What bikes do the fenders work with?: Both the Quickfix and Foldnfix fenders are designed to fit the majority of road and hybrid bicycles. They also work with some hard tail mountain bikes. They are designed for bikes with… Read more →

Full Windsor:  Quickfix Mudguard

Full Windsor: Quickfix Mudguard

There’s no need to go rummaging around in the shed, because attaching a Quickfix fender is a tool-free procedure. Just click it on and away you go. And when you’re done, click it off, fold it up, and store it in your bag (in a plastic carrier bag if muddy) for another rainy day. The Quickfix attaches down the seat tube, protecting your upper legs and backside. It’s origami design keeps it nice and rigid, allowing it to spring back when knocked, making it durable and resistant to breakage. What bikes do the fenders work with?: Both the Quickfix and… Read more →

LEFTFIELDBIKES

Leftfield Bikes: Riding, Re-invented Whatever your requirements may be, we deliver all bikes in person to your home or office, then tune them with you to match your individual riding style and comfort free of charge. We will also design and build your dream machine, entirely bespoke. Whatever your request, do get in touch! Why Choose Us? Free delivery to your home or office # Free, personalised set-up of all bikes Free first service Free and impartial bike buying advice Mobile mechanics, to keep your bike in perfect working order Kona: Gnarly Gravel Bikes Like to ride hard and fast,… Read more →

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

With so many amazing items on offer here at Leftfield Bikes, we are often asked quite similar questions! The most frequent ones are listed below Different question? Ask here! The Cycle to Work Scheme + + + + + We set up the ‘One-Click’ Cycle to Work Scheme © to keep things as simple as possible How does it work? You choose your bicycle/accessories, we prepare the documents and invoice your Employer, then deliver the items to you How are the documents used? We issue the necessary paperwork automatically for your company’s accountants to apply over a 12 month period…. Read more →

GoCycle:  G2R

GoCycle: G2R

The legendary GoCycle has now been revised with the G2R Edition. Available as a ‘one size fits all’ in four colour options, this is an exceptional e-bike. With it’s all-magnesium body, the total weight is an industry leading 15.6kg. Top speed under power (on the road*), is limited to 15.5Mph. Go faster still when you stretch your legs! Riders off all ages will appreciate it’s responsive steering and urban-friendly stance. It’s small folded-footprint is a huge advantage as this bike will easily fit in the boot of most cars, under desks and even the smallest of cupboards. Traveling abroad? Slot… Read more →

Accessories

Biking Essentials Action Cameras, Ass Saver, Bud Brake, Chilli Air, FoldnFix, Hope, ISM Seat, Muckynutz, QuickFix Once you’re kitted-out with a new bike, it’s time to accessorise. Add bone-conducting headphones to listen safely, a light-weight HD camera to share the ride when you get home… and some nifty mudguard options to stay clean! On-Bike Clothing Half Baked Brand (HBB), Hope, Intrepid Apparel, Visijax, Whackjob Few things can increase overall comfort on a ride than the appropriate clothing. Whilst some see specialist kit as one step aside from dressing like a Power Ranger, there’s little doubt that it helps. Having somewhere… Read more →

City Cycling: Health Versus Hazard? Cities Compared Internationally.

© Sarah Maycock/Handsome Frank http://mosaicscience.com/story/city-cycling-health-versus-hazard Are the fitness benefits of riding your bike worth the risk of an accident? Lesley Evans Ogden takes a tour of seven cities on two wheels to find out. It was just another morning commute. That is, until a bus driver ran a red light, turned right, and drove straight into Ann-Doerthe Hass Jensen. The bus knocked the social worker off her bike, trapping her underneath, a wheel pinning down and crushing her left foot. It was a school bus heading to a Copenhagen kindergarten, and the children aboard were screaming. Ann was rushed to… Read more →