September 2011

New TF2 launches at Eurobike

September 8, 2011

Well, we’re back in the swing of things after exhibiting at Eurobike in Germany last week. Those of you who follow us on Twitter will have already heard about the new TF2 launches, but for you guys that haven’t heard the news, here’s the lo-down. New product launch: TF2 Performance TF2 Performance is our new, [...]

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Free course in mountain biking skills

September 7, 2011

We’ve come across a great free course which is going to be held at Dalby Forest in Yorkshire this weekend! Cycling expert, Andy Swann, will be leading the session and bikes will be available to use throughout the day. You can read more about the course here. For the latest Bike Maintenance news and chatter [...]

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Team Hammer makes good progress

September 5, 2011

The Team Hammer lads made good progress over the weekend and have kindly sent us an update along with some snaps. On Saturday they completed their Loch swim and Sunday saw them cycle past Fort William. Here’s what Team Hammer had to say: Saturday – The Loch Swim “On Saturday, the black and rather ominous [...]

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Team Hammer Triathlon – Day 2

September 2, 2011

It’s Day 2 of the Team Hammer Triathlon and we’ve just received an update from the guys Carl, Kev and Ian (or Chappy, who has joined Team Hammer to cook, put up tents and take photos!) They are on their way to John O’Groats after spending the night at an RAF base near Carlisle. They [...]

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New cycling campaign!

September 2, 2011

We’ve come across this article which is all about how road conditions should be improved for cyclists! We think this is a fantastic new cycling campaign – take a look at it at let us know your views! Click here to read the article! If you have any bike maintenance related questions or tips don’t [...]

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Weldtite sponsors team of TA Soldiers in triathlon challenge

September 1, 2011

We are really pleased to be sponsoring two Territorial Army soldiers in their bid to complete a gruelling triathlon challenge to raise money for two very worthy causes: The Army Benevolent Fund and Pinderfields Children’s Burns Club. The two chaps, Carl and Kev (or ‘Team Hammer’ as they prefer to be called), are part of [...]

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