Winter Cycling

  1. Wintertime Cycling

    Wintertime Cycling
      Within certain cycling circles, the thing to do in winter is to struggle through the miserable weather and get training. This has trickled down from the pro ranks and is applicable to both pro and amateur racers, whose likely objective for the upcoming season is to win races – something that doesn’t happen without serious winter training. For many...
  2. 'Tis The Season To Get Muddy!

    'Tis The Season To Get Muddy!
    Ah, the wind in your hair, the grit in your teeth, and the tantalising danger of turning a blind corner and mowing down a frantically bleating sheep - it can all only mean one thing! Yes sir, the hose-it-down-she'll-be-alright-oh-jesus-don't-aim-it-at-the-hubs-you-maniac season is among us! Rejoicings! Full of the sort of rides that turn things purple and cause frankly already quite petite...
  3. Kit Complete - Cafe du Cycliste Gloves & Overshoes

    Kit Complete - Cafe du Cycliste Gloves & Overshoes
    Cyclists looking to ride out head to toe wearing this handsome Nice-based brand's uber-cool apparel can now enjoy the sartorial stylings of Cafe du Cycliste gloves & overshoes; a capsule collection of accessories befitting the stylish cyclist. Of course, the reality with Cafe du Cycliste is that being stylish is something they just can't help - they are French you...
  4. New season Craft Warm Wool Base Layers & Underwear hit the store

    New season Craft Warm Wool Base Layers & Underwear hit the store
    Autumnal days are a true delight on the bike. Crisp starts, clear skies and chasing the sunset are what makes this season great, but with the addition of new Craft Warm Wool lines for AW15, our favourite time of year just got a whole lot better. In handsome Swedish Blue and of course, the regular Black staple, the Craft Warm...
  5. Winter Riding: How To Stay Safe and Enjoy Your Ride

    Winter Riding: How To Stay Safe and Enjoy Your Ride
    As a bicycle courier in Chicago, I dread the winter riding season—with all of its snow, sleet and 30 mile an hour winds—it is enough to make you want to hibernate eternally underneath warm covers. As an incentive to ride the rigorous roads of Chicago’s downtown and face its chilly wrath with confidence, I stuff all my clothes for the...

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