Guides & How to

Get all the knowledge & recommendations you need to make an informed choice when buying a new bike or new bike accessories through our buying guides. Learn how to develop new skills you didn't know you needed!

Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or casual commuter, or someone who rides on smooth roads, gravel trails or mountain paths, selecting your faithful two-wheeled companion should take into account several criteria; type of riding, surface, intensity and frequency. Here are a few tips to help you choose the perfect bike.

Selling your bike online isn't always as quick and easy as you might think. That's why we're sharing our 7 tips on best practices and do's & don'ts when trying to sell your bike online.

The used bike market has grown tremendously since the shortage of new bikes in stores. As with most outdoor activities, the pandemic has generated an unprecedented wave of enthusiasm for cycling, both among beginners and more experienced amateurs.

For some, winter biking is unthinkable, completely insane and far too much of a hassle - but for others, it’s a lifestyle and a means of transportation. Of course, this is not a decision to be taken lightly. This type of commute in the winter requires a certain amount of preparation, as much mental as material.

Winter is coming and choosing a fat bike for the first time can be hard for beginners. Learn their differences, advantages, and essentials in this fat bike guide.

With so many options available, it's not always easy to navigate our way in the bike trainer world. From rollers to fixed base trainer, smart and basic, we take a deep dive into each category to help pick the best choice for you.

Falling leaves and colder weather usually mean the end of the season for most cycling enthusiasts. It also means that the time has come to think about what your fellow cyclist would want for his or her holiday gifts! This gift guide will propose a few interesting options at many price points for beginner to advanced cycling fans.

There are multiple options of bike frame materials to choose from: steel, chromoly, alloy, carbon, aluminum or titanium. What should you look for when buying used?

Air pressure in your tires must be properly adjusted for a safe and enjoyable riding experience. Learn how to inflate your bike tires and avoid unnecessary flats.

Cycling Avenue’s rigid bike travel case service is an easy, simple and safe way to ship your bike to us if you are looking to sell it directly to us or participate in our trade-in program.

Learn how to dial-in your bike position and avoid injuries by knowing the basic principles of height, length & angle for your saddle, handlebar, cockpit, and stem.

Learn how to quickly install (or remove) your bike pedals. Avoid beginner mistakes and follow our step-by-step process or video guide on pedal installation.