Giro's SPF 30 Ultralight Cap is an extremely lightweight cap that keeps your head drier than without and also provides sun protection, especially handy if you're follically challenged.
So the day of rest is over, Stage 10 is almost here!
Things are starting to get interesting!!
How does everyone see this playing out?
So Stage 8 is finally here, Individual TT time!
After Wiggos crash yesterday is everyone still confident he can take his TT crown? Or will there be another surprise result???
Anyone going to do the Giro game on Cycling Fever. I got an email this morning and had a quick look at it. Quite complicated but might be worth a try. Prizes are Zweeler vouchers.
I'm in the market for a new helmet, my issue is the LBS near me and any others in the area only sell a very small selection.
I'm changing from a Boardman lid that's about 3 years old. Due tot he size of my head (massive apparently) i would like a low profile one. I have only been able to try on the kask mojito and a couple of spesh lids. the kask didnt look too bad.
I'm just wondering if anyone else has the same mushrooming issue and what they went for or what was the lesser of a few evils.
As the title says, I've got a pair of Giro Factor shoes for sale in black.
They're size 44, which works out at UK 9.25 apparently. I'm a slim size uk10 and they almost, but not quite, fit me. Their only use has been an hour on the turbo, enough time to work out that the only way I could live with them would be to file down my toes.... and believe me, the shoes are so good I'm tempted to get out the sandpaper.
Have just ordered a pair of giro factors based on this review:
But, post-purchase, I've just read 2 other reviews stating the sole pads are very thin, so thin they could be described as 'cosmetic'. The photos on the road.cc review certainly show the pads looking a bit measly. They're non-replaceable ones. Has anyone got any suggestions for what to do when they wear out?