Cycle clothing

Evans Cycles unveil own range of affordable cycle clothing

Evans Cycles has unveiled details of its new FWE clothing range which features a £29.99 short sleeve jersey and £34.99 bib shorts, available for both men and women and in a choice of colours.

Adidas goes aero with new adistar spring/summer 2015 cycle clothing range

Adidas has launched the new adistar cycle clothing range for spring/summer 2015, with men and women’s clothing that has been tested in a wind tunnel to be the most aerodynamic race fit possible.

London urban cycle clothing brand looking for backers via Kickstarter

A brand looking to create clothing and accessories for the fashion-conscious urban cyclist is appealing for backers via Kickstarter. Daniel Prempeh is looking to raise £16,000 by January 23rd which would allow his firm, Twentyeightco, to start producing a small selection of his designs.

Cycle clothing to keep you warm on the bike this winter

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It's proper chilly out there and it's only set to get colder as winter rushes our way. Now is the time to make sure you're ready for the cold temperatures with the right cycling clothing to keep you warm on the club run or the ride to and from the office.

Aldi’s latest cycling bargains include shorts, jerseys, & convertible jacket/gilets, on sale Sunday


Supermarket chain Aldi is about to unleash one of its occasional offers of amazingly inexpensive cycling kit. The selection this time includes Lycra shorts  for £8, jerseys for #15, shoes for £20 and a softshell jacket that converts into a gilet for just £16.

The new kit goes on sale on Sunday, May 4 and will almost certainly sell out fast if previous Aldi cycling specials are any guide.

New stuff to wear from Sugoi, Craft, Suplest visited The Bike Place trade show at Silverstone yesterday and we saw loads of new kit. Here’s the most interesting clothing, helmets and shoes...


We showed you a video of Sugoi’s new Zap jacket a couple of weeks ago but yesterday was the first chance we had to see it for ourselves. 

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