As the Tour de France enters stage four, a two-wheeled revolution is happening on the streets of Britain - isn't it time you got involved?
Even if you haven't climbed on the saddle since your last ill-advised scoot around Center Parcs, we've picked some of the best gear to get you rollin'...
WHAT WHEELS SHOULD I RIDE?
The light aluminium alloy frame will make that hill near your house feel like a glorified speed bump, while the relatively thick tyres will smooth outthose potholed urban roads.
Pinnacle Dolomite 2 2013, £550, evanscycles.com
Nottingham-based Raleigh’s 125 years of experience shines through on this solid cycle. Its luggage rack and mountain bike-style gearing make it perfect for a long ride through country.
Raleigh Gran Tour, £800, raleigh.co.uk
Riding this British beauty will actually make you look forward to going into work. Puncture-resistant tyres, a lightweight steel alloy frame and disc brakes make it the ultimate commuter.
Charge Filter Hi, £999, chargebikes.com
And once you've got your two wheels sorted, it's time to get kitted up. Hover over the image below and be prepared. Remember - you're on your own out there...