Race bike leasing

Why a racing bike?

Everything you need to know about the racing bike

A racing bike, also known as a road bike, is made for fast cycling. You use the narrow tyres to roll over the smooth asphalt with little resistance. Racing bikes have curved handlebars are lightweight and therefore very efficient. It is a social sport. From a group ride to a solo lap, or perhaps a rock hard race, with a road bike you can always have fun and get to places you have never been before.

Furthermore, cycling has many health benefits. Like an improved heart, weight loss, faster recovery and less stress. Anyone can start cycling. Unlike running, you are not 'really bad' when you start and you are not panting after a few minutes along the side. Cycling can give you tremendous basic fitness.

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Benefits of a racing bike

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Choice of all types of racing bikes from over 100 brands at over 1,500 locally affiliated bike shops.

Sustainable choice

Cycling to work is better for the environment. One bike saves as much CO2 as three flights to Paris.

All-in lease price

Carefree on the road. Your race bike always includes maintenance, insurance and 24/7 roadside assistance.

Fiscal benefit

Leasing a bike is 25% to 80% cheaper than buying, at no cost to the employer and outside the WKR.

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Frequently asked questions racing bikes

How long do you do with a racing bike?

It lasts about 5 to 10 years. The frame can crack within a few years if you neglect regular maintenance.

How expensive is a professional racing bike?

By the way, ask yourself what a pro cyclist's bike costs? Most bikes cost more than €10,000, with sometimes peaks towards double that. 

How often should you clean your racing bike?

For convenience, count on a cleaning after every 300 kilometres, or earlier if your bike has become dirty due to bad weather.