WITH fuel costs at a record high, why not swap four wheels for two?
Getting on your bike will save you cash and get you fit into the bargain. Getting on your bike will save you cash and get you fit Credit: Shutterstock Here’s how to get essential cycling gear for less.
SADDLE UP: Decathlon has a range of cycles at affordable prices, including the Riverside 920 Hybrid Bike down from £799.99 to £699.99, and the women’s Rockrider mountain bike ST 100, for £229.99.
Or find second-hand bikes on Facebook Marketplace or Ebay.
When buying second-hand, ensure that the cycle is roadworthy.
KEEP YOUR HAT ON: A helmet is vital. Decathlon has the Van Rysel Roadr 100 for £14.99.
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