So having survived the wet ride home I noticed that my v-brakes weren't hugely effective.
Anyone got any specific tips on tweaking them to work a bit better? Should I just tighten them up as much as possible or is it more keeping them as dry and warm as possible while riding?
Feet not too toasty this morning and was looking at the overshoe reviews, are these suitable for putting over trainers or do they just work with slim cycle shoes.
My trainers aren't too bulky, but the sole is a bit thicker than the usual wafer on a cycle shoe, would be closer to MTB shoes, and hit happily under toe-clips.
We’re big fans of this soft shell from Madison and reckon it’ll get a serious amount of use over the coming months, especially for commuting. Here’s why…
A pretty neat idea for attaching regular bottles of water to the bike, not sure about it's aero performance(!) but it's a slick piece of design and might prove useful for the occasional leisure rider or commuter.
See more here: http://tinyurl.com/mcfqtm