Clothing

Everything you wanted to know about road cycling but were afraid to ask

We are bringing you a blog that reveals 12 of the things you might want to know about road cycling but were afraid to ask.…

Helmets for different cycling disciplines explained

Take a look around your cycling friends, or pop along to a bike store, and you will see a wide variety of bike helmets. There are helmets that are designed for each different cycling sport and even a variety of helmets suited to one discipline, such as road or mountain biking. We look at the main differences..…

Cycling equipment: the kit you need

Any new hobby or leisure pursuit can seem a little intimidating, especially these days, when starting something new tends to involve spending a bit of money. To help explain what you really need to enjoy cycling, we’ve put together a guide to cycling kit basics, starting with essentials and comfort-focused products that all cyclists would benefit from, before moving onto discipline-specific items.…

How to fit pedal cleats to your cycling shoes

Clipless pedals are one of the most widely adopted technological trends in cycling in the last half century. They enable powerful, efficient pedalling with far greater comfort than was available with traditional open pedals fitted with steel toe clips and leather straps. There is one caveat though; in order to deliver all this goodness, the shoe cleat does need to be fitted properly and be correctly adjusted.…

Ride All Year Round with the Best Women’s Winter Cycling Kit

It can be hard to stay motivated for cycling during the winter. Dark mornings and evenings, cold winds and wet roads offer far too many excuses to stay inside. But the hardest part of winter riding is often making that first step out of the door. Once you’re on your bike and warmed up, you’ll more than likely enjoy it. And that hot post-ride shower is all the better knowing you’ve really earned it. Science has shown that women often get colder than men, particularly in their hands and feet. As anyone who’s had the hot aches can attest, cold fingers are not much fun. To make winter cycling a joy rather than a chore, it’s important to have the right kit for the job. Here we look at the best new season women’s cycling gear and a few tips for staying warm on winter rides.…

Keep Your Legs Warm on the Bike with 6 of the Best Winter Cycling Tights

Your leg cover needs to keep you warm when it’s cold, wet and windy. That’s asking a lot, but fortunately we’ve got some tights that are up to the job. We take a look at some different layering options that’ll take you through from autumn to spring and keep you cycling on the coldest days of the year.…

Stay Warm and Pedal On: 6 of the Best Winter Cycling Jerseys

The clocks have gone back, the evenings are dark, and Jack Frost is already breathing down our necks. But that’s no reason to hang up your cycling shoes just yet. With the right kit, your winter outings may be some of your best rides of the year. Whether you’re a hardened commuter or a weekend warrior seeking an alternative to the turbo trainer, here are some tips on how to stay warm on the bike this winter. And we’ve selected our favourite jerseys from this season’s collection for you to add to your Christmas list.…

The best winter cycling shoes and other top tips for warmer feet on the bike

Many cyclists find it difficult to keep their feet warm in winter weather. We reveal the best winter cycling shoes to wear plus a range of tried-and-tested tips and solutions.…

How to dress for winter cycling

Riding over winter can sometimes be tough, but with the right kit you can keep logging the miles in comfort. Here’s a look at some of the important items that will keep you toasty warm as the mercury drops.…

Kids’ Cycling Clothing: What You Need to Know

The right kit can help your child feel part of the cycling crowd and keep them safe on the bike. Here’s what you need to know about kids’ cycling clothing.…