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  • Find your eBike for your next adventure

    The Endeavour Range


    Travel healthier, preserve the environment and reach your destination more quickly and efficiently – the sporty trekking e-bikes in the Kalkhoff Endeavour range give you more than enough reasons to join the mobility revolution.

    The Endeavour e-bikes with electric drive system are the ideal trekking bikes for fun cycling, stability and flexibility: whether you’re shopping, commuting to work or on holiday, these bikes guarantee a comfortable ride with sporty appeal.

    From our best-value, entry-level bikes (Level 1) offering solid performance, the features, level and equipment increase to reach the top-of-the-range (Level 7) for experienced trekking professionals. Discover our Endeavour trekking e-bikes and choose just the right bike to suit your personal needs and preferences.

    Read more about The Endeavour Range here

    The Entice Range


    Keep going – even when you’ve long since left the asphalt behind you. Feel the wind on your face without having to fight against it. Conquer summits with a smile and fly down the other side. Everything is possible with Kalkhoff Entice e-bikes. Our all-terrain e-bikes are great for long rides on established roads, your daily commute or off-road adventures in the countryside.

    The Kalkhoff Entice range has the perfect all-terrain e-bike to suit every need: whether it’s a low-cost entry-level bike (Level 1) or a high-quality premium class (Level 7) – here you’ll find an all-terrain bike with exactly the right equipment and functions.

    Read more about The Entice Range here


    Photos by George who took part in work experience at Blazing Saddles. Thanks George!

  • SALE – The Vektron is now on sale! Was £3500 now £2999

    Ride it, Fold it, Go Further

    The Vektron is a best-in-class electric bike that folds in 10 seconds to go on trains, in cars, and under desks. Shorten distances and flatten the hills on your commute, or put a couple of Vektrons in the trunk of your car on your next trip, so you can explore further.
    The Tern Vektron Q9 in detail

    Best in Class

    In test after test, the Vektron is called the best folding e-bike on the market. With an updated frame, upgraded Bosch motors, and a wide ecosystem of accessories to help you carry your stuff, the Vektron will easily turn a lot of your car trips into bike trips.

    Ready to Roll

    Once you fold your Vektron, it’s easy to roll it around. The new frame design also lets you keep the bike in vertical position when folded, so stopping and going is easier than ever.

    Takes You Further

    Take your Vektron on a train or bus to cover those extra-long commutes, or to complete the first and last leg of your commute faster. Ride to the station, hop on, hop off, and keep riding.

    One Size Fits Most

    The Vektron has a low-step frame design and resizes in seconds—no tools required—to fit riders between 147 and 195 cm (4’10” – 6’5”), so you can share the bike with anyone in your family.

    Child seat compatible

    School runs have never been more fun! The frame-integrated Atlas V Rack™ is designed to fit a Thule Yepp Maxi or a Dash® RM seat—no adapters needed.

    Built to Last

    Our philosophy is to keep our bikes on the road for as long as possible, not to create disposable products that are built to fail. We start with intentional design choices that make the bike serviceable and safe—and end up with a reliable vehicle you can use day in, day out. Then, we back it up with great local service and a 10-year warranty for peace of mind.

  • Not your average launch video
    Test Ride One Today!

    Specialized 2023 Turbo Levo Carbon. One of our brand new demo bikes.

    The team here at Blazing hit the hills last month test riding the new Gen 3 Levos and we were blown away. We’ve two demo bikes available to hire out and put through their paces, just drop us an email to book. You also get the hire price refunded if you buy a Levo from us.

    From  a non techy point of view, we loved how much like a normal bike it felt, how easy to pedal without power, and how little we felt like we needed to move into Turbo mode, if at all!

    Simply put –

    Turbo Levo
    4x You

    Range Up To: 5 Hours
    Assist To: 32 kph
    Weight: 21.3 kg

    And the details:

    Adjustable geometry – mixed wheel ‘mullet’ set up – mastermind TCU display, the ‘brain’ of the bike – S-sizing to suit every rider – 565 watts of peak power, 90Nm torque

    Reviews of the Gen 3 are overwhelmingly positive – check out this video and in-depth interview from a couple of guys from Specialized looking at the changes and updates they’ve made to improve the previous Generation models.

    Book a demo today.

  • Making Things happen

    The world is a mad place, but here is some inspiration for Wednesday… A while ago we met Simon Lord who asked us to supply bikes for a charity he was founder of. The charity is EMpowered people and we’re very proud to be supporting them.

    “Disabled people throughout their lives have had to adapt and make changes to fulfil their personal objectives. EMpowered people will strive to help make achieving objectives happen by allowing them to prove that, although they have a disability, this does not preclude them from being part of society and when given the right tools and direction produce great results.” Simon Lord

    The EMpowered Bike Train Challenge

    This Sunday is the Empowered Bike Train Challenge, starting in Todmorden at 9am. It’s part of the Graham Sherwood Trophy for outstanding performances for EMpowered people.

    Four disabled cyclists and their support riders will take part in a ten hour, 100 mile challenge pushing their boundaries around the roads and lanes of the West Yorkshire Pennines.

    The ride will start from Morrisons’ Car Park in Todmorden, heading south. From Littleborough they climb 2 ½ miles to the summit of Blackstone Edge crossing the Lancashire / Yorkshire border.

    From the top of Blackstone Edge the riders then head towards Ripponden giving the teams a chance to get their breath back on the long downhill towards Baitings Dam.

    The route then takes the riders into the Maze with testing climbs and steep downhill sections towards Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge. The route then heads towards Todmorden finishing back at Morrisons.

    A tough winter challenge

    This is a tough and challenging cycle ride that will test the four brilliant EMpowered riders and their support riders to complete the 25 miles, with a total elevation climb of 2,200 ft route in under 2 ½ hours, at an average speed of ten miles per hour.
    The route is extremely hard in good weather but in JANUARY!!

    The EMpowered teams are:-
    Bike Train 1.
    Paul Suthers 60 (medical condition Myopic Macular degeneration) & Ian Wright
    Bike Train 2.
    Paul Howell 41 (medical condition Spastic Paraplegia) & Neil Perry
    Bike Train 3.
    David Wilson 67 (medical condition Motor Neuron Disease, Skin Cancer) & Helen Wilson
    Bike Train 4.
    Simon Lord 64 (medical condition Secondary Multiple Sclerosis) & Andy Wright

    Empowered People Begins

    Watch and contribute

    There’ll be live updates on the website on Sunday and anyone who wishes to donate can do so here Paypal Donations. Donate to the Charity

    Pilot Bike Appeal 100mile challenge

    Or if you’re around on Sunday, head to Morrisons and give them the send off they deserve.