So, onto the jerseys then, no introduction needed to Chapeau in this round. But don’t forget about the crash replacement policy and the easy returns. Chapeau’s range of jerseys runs to three different types but each of them is available … Continue reading Chapeau! Part 2, the jerseys.
You’ve got to be in it to win it. Battle of the Beach specifically. No, I didn’t win the event, far from it, but there were a load of little side event competitions and the like being played out over the … Continue reading Assos ss.rallytrekking_evo 7 Jersey. Writing about the world’s most expensive jersey.
I often approach reviews with a final line in mind. That’s not to say that I pre-judge what I’m going to say, far from it. But, subject to testing, sometimes these things have a tendency to write themselves. In the … Continue reading Chapeau! Part 1, the bibshorts
I’m not a scientist. This piece will not attempt to discuss how the human eye works. It’s all about rods and cones apparently. Sometimes a colour will look brighter than another colour. Sometimes the reverse. It’s like that visit to … Continue reading Cyclists should be seen, and sometimes heard….
The dhb Aeron range was why I started this blog. That and constantly writing all over the internet giving advice to people what to buy. I thought it would be best to collect my thoughts in once place. So my first … Continue reading dhb Aeron Roubaix jersey, this is how it all began.
Kask’s march towards Assos like levels of naming conventions gathers pace. Off the back of the Vertigo and drinks based Mojito comes the Protone. If that doesn’t float your boat then how about a Rex for MTB’ing? Or a Bambino … Continue reading Kask Protone, marginal gains.
Click here to buy this jersey from Wiggle I promise to keep it under 1000 words. It’s just a jersey, but a really nice one. And it has some added value at this time of year. This is a short sleeve … Continue reading dhb Classic Micro Roubaix jersey.
Most of my kit is glamorous, at least to me. My Parentini stuff is typically Italian. Designed with flair. Endowed with emotion. I love wearing it. Feel good, cycle good. Ditto anything by Assos that I’ve owned. And, frankly, much … Continue reading Shimano XC50n and XC70, Beauty and the Beast?