Cycling adventures are getting longer, so there comes a time when the three pockets in the back of your cycling jersey aren't enough. Most cycling bags on the market appear fairly dull, but this is where Wizard Works burst into the industry with their bold designs to help you be more self-sufficient when exploring new places by bicycle.
Review: Scarpa R-Evolution Pro GTX Walking Boots
I review the Scarpa R-Evolution Pro GTX walking boots.
Review: Ryder Alumia 1600 Front Light
A good front light is a necessity for winter riding. Not only is it good to have something for when you run out of light at the end of a ride, having a daytime light will help you be seen by other road users, especially when the sun is low. Choosing a light can be … Continue reading Review: Ryder Alumia 1600 Front Light
Review: Speedo Tri-Suit
Speedo Tri-Suit Review, courtesy of Simply Swim Going into my first Triathlon was a bit like going into the unknown. I had no clue how my body would react to it or if there was any special kit I needed. It was a sprint distance Tri in a swimming pool, so thankfully I didn't … Continue reading Review: Speedo Tri-Suit
Speedo Tri Suit : First Look
When I was on the hunt for my first Triathlon suit, Simply Swim helped me find what I needed! I'll be letting my lovely readers know how I get on with it after using it for my Triathlon in April, but I wanted to write a few first thoughts down first. On the initial try … Continue reading Speedo Tri Suit : First Look