Most cyclists know they should have bike lights to keep safe on the road, but not everyone knows the rules, and not many people know that there are lots of different types of bike lights to choose from.
So, what do you need to know? And which type of light is best for you? Have a read though this advice article for all the answers!
Bike safety is important and if you've got the right safety gear, you'll enjoy cycling a lot more.
There are loads of different things you can get to protect yourself from bumps and bruises and the stuff you need depends on the type of cycling you'll be doing. Watch this video to find out more about the gear you need to keep you safe whilst your enjoy your ride.
If you're after something specific that we don't stock, don't despair.
Just use our handy ordering service and we can order in whatever bike accessory or part you're after.
We have exclusive access to many leading brands in the cycle world, so if you want something we don't stock just let us know! We can order it in for you with 48 hrs, we can even fit the part for you too.
Reflectors are a great way to help you be seen at night, and are a legal requirement if you're riding on the roads after dark. They don't take any batteries, so are a really cheap and easy way to make yourself more visible to other road users alongside your lights. Be safe, be seen!
A lock is pretty important if you don't want your bike stolen. We've got loads of different types to choose from at all different prices depending on the level of security you need. We've got chain locks which are ideal for using at home as they're heavy and robust; cable locks which can wrap around things and are very portable; and shackle locks which are rigid and easily fit around railings and posts. You're spoilt for choice!
Bike lights help you to see, be seen and they're also a legal requirement when cycling at night (red at the rear, white at the front), so they're a pretty good idea! We have loads of lights to choose from with different power options, different sizes, different attachments and a range of prices so you should have no problem getting one that lights up your life.
The latest regulation requires you to have one constant front light, rear red light, rear reflector coloured in red and four pedal reflectors that need to be clearly visible at the front and rear on each pedal.
For full details on what Knog cycle lights and reflectors are best for you, check out our bike lights and buyers guide or visit the team at your local store for the best advice on what light would be most useful to you!
Don't forget we also have a massive range of bike accessories and cycling clothing on offer at great prices! The brilliant click and collect option lets you pick up your items from your local store.