• Buying guides
    Base layer buying guide
    24 Feb 2021
    Base layers are the base of any layering system. They are designed to sit next to the skin and wick moisture away from your body. They do this by absorbing moisture (sweat) from the surface of your skin then allowing it to evaporate away. By wicking sweat away from the body, a base layer keeps you dry, comfortable and chill free. Thermal base layers can also help to keep you warm by trapping an insulating layer of warm air around the skin.
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    Innovative insulation in cycling explained
    05 Feb 2021 / Damien Whinnery
    If you’re a cyclist, runner, hiker, fast-packer, or triathlete searching for rain jackets or all-weather layers, you may be feeling a little wet behind the ears given the current deluge of baffling jargon accompanying modern products.
  • How to guides
    How to avoid frostbitten fingers this winter
    22 Dec 2020 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Cycling through the winter can be rewarding, but cold hands can be painful and ruin the experience. A good pair of cycling gloves will keep chills at bay, but what else can you do to enjoy getting out on the bike during the colder months without suffering from freezing fingertips? We’ve drawn on our bitter(ly cold) experience to bring you...
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    How to protect your bike in the winter
    08 Dec 2020 / Nassrin Chamanian
    It’s difficult, occasionally uncomfortable, and tough on your bike, but whether you’re a road racer, MTB trailer, or a devoted commuter, winter riding is still definitely worth it. Here's are guide to ensuring your bike is as ready as you.
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    Winter cycling bib tights buying guide
    24 Nov 2020 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Keeping up your riding in the off-season months of autumn and winter can be a challenge, but it is a lot easier if you're warm and comfortable. Keep your legs protected in any weather by choosing the right cycling tights.
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    Overshoes buying guide
    04 Nov 2020 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Keep your feet warm and dry on winter bike rides or even give yourself a pro-aero advantage on your next time trial. Whatever kind of cyclist you are, there's an overshoe for you. Why do I need overshoes? Overshoes come in all sorts of varieties for different weather conditions or other purposes. In the summer, you can use overshoes to gain an...
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    How to find your perfect cycling waterproof
    29 Sep 2020 / Nassrin Chamanian
    You love cycling, whether it's a weekend club run, a Sunday pootle or riding to work. Nothing beats enjoying the great outdoors on two wheels. Don't let the rain put a damper on your favourite pastime. There’s a huge range of waterproof jackets available to keep you in the saddle all year round. Here's our guide to help you find...
  • How to guides
    Best turbo trainer setup for Zwift
    22 Sep 2020 / Damien Whinnery
    If you want the best turbo trainer set-up to dive into the world of Zwift and online training, then this guide will get you up and cycling in no time.
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    Bike lights buying guide
    16 Sep 2020 / Damien Whinnery
    Bike lights ensure you are safe and seen, as well as being able to see, out on the road and trails. In this cycle lights buying guide we look at the latest models lighting up the cycle lanes and trails.
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    Get in Gear -  the aero upgrades at the Grand Tours
    14 Sep 2020 / Damien Whinnery
    All three of cycling's Grand Tours feature a Time Trial. We've been taking notes on how the professionals achieve their streamlined success helping them shave seconds off their times. Here are the aero upgrades that can help you get the edge.

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