• Point AR 105 – Tune Up

    This week Point AR that takes the lime light. A rightful tune up for the revered adventure bike. Along with it’s sister model the Point R, Point AR has been upgraded to full 105. This is shocking news for its competitors as the model has consistently out  performing the competition. Reviewed best in test by Grit […]

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  • Point R 105 – Face Lift

    New from Mango Bikes, a tuneup for our flagship road bike, Point R 105. Working tirelessly to improve the customer journey and product offering today, Mango Bikes, your favourite direct to consumer bike brand, are offering more reasons than to ride than ever. More reasons to ride that triathlon, more reasons ride with your mates, [...] Continue Reading
  • London Cycle Theft Survey 2016 – Win a Point AR

    London Cycle Theft Survey 2016 Launched - Win a Point AR Stolen Ride and London Cycling Campaign have launched a new London Cycling Theft Survey today that looks at the behaviour and experiences of London Cyclists in relation to cycle crime. Click here to fill out the short survey and be in with the chance [...] Continue Reading
  • My Story

    My Story Who's got a story to tell? We are searching for Mango Bikes riders out there with exciting profiles. What sort of riding are you doing? We want to hear about the weekend rider, the messengers, Deliveroo riders, triathletes, hell Olympians if we've got any out there. We want to hear from all of you. [...] Continue Reading
  • Rory Kemper – LIVE Transcontinental Updates

    Click here to view Rory's progress live on the map The Transcontinental Race 4 is an unsupported solo bike race starting in Belgium and finishing in Turkey covering 2600 miles. You can follow Rory's live social updates below, or click the link above to view him live on the map! If you'd like to learn [...] Continue Reading
  • How To Correctly Fit Your Pedals

    So you’ve just got your new Mango bike or decided to upgrade the pedals, maybe it's even the case that you're building a bike from scratch, therefore you are going to need to know how to fit the pedals correctly. For some reason pedals seem to be the place where a lot of people go wrong, which can cause some costly [...] Continue Reading
  • Mango Bikes Transcontinental Rider-The Interview

    Rory Kemper our “Bearded Wonder” - The Interview As much of you will have noticed over the last 8-10 months we have been supporting and collaborating with a good mix of athletes and customers. Perhaps our most familiar of which is Rory Kemper, our “Bearded Wonder”. Rory came to us as a long standing Mango customer [...] Continue Reading
  • After work lake jumps!

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  • Tour de France Explained

    Last weekend marked the start of the 103rd edition of the Tour de France. This spartan sporting event lasts 3 weeks through to the 24th of July.. Whilst there are no Mango Bikes “officially” racing in Le Tour this year (more on that later) we are excited to bring you our Tour de France guide [...] Continue Reading
  • How to assemble a Mango Bike

    Assembling a Mango Bike is easier than you think. We've been around for a while now, over four years in fact, but buying a bike online is still a very new process to a lot of people. One concern that we hear is "I've never built a bike, I'm not sure I'll be able to do this!"—well we're [...] Continue Reading