With summer a distant memory, it's time to start considering cold-weather kit. Luckily, there's a new range of autumn/winter clothing from dhb including these very nice Vaeon Roubaix bib-tights.
Specifically designed for riding your bike in cold conditions, these bib-tights are made from a relatively thick style of fabric called Roubaix, which means it's smooth on the outside for a neat look, and slightly fleecy on the inside for warmth and comfort.
The Ride Pro Aquazero arm warmers are made in Italy but designed with the UK climate in mind. Super Roubaix panels are sewn into an anatomical shape with a bend in the elbow so they don't bunch up when you're on the bike. They have silicone silicone grippers top and bottom to keep them in place.
With Cancellara out (I'm sure we all wish him a speedy recovery) who is going to challenge OPQ and Boonen?
I'm keeping Boonen and Pozzato and maybe Sagan if he rides, but the 4th eludes me. Thoughts anyone? Doesn't have to be the real rider you're going to pick if you don't want to give too much away .
Hi I recently bought a speciailized roubaix frameset with seatpost set too high and stuck tight. while trying to remove the seat post I have damaged the frame. I'm not sure if its repairable, a work colleage says its not. can you let me know how to proceed
A set of thermal shorts might seem an odd concept – shorts are for when it's warm, or for wearing underneath cosy longs when it isn't – but Rapha's Pro Team Thermal bib shorts actually work. Sort of.
After a dream competition win which meant I followed the 2011 Tour of Flanders and Liege from a sat tv equipped car, playing Belgium hopscotch along the way,I am returning to ride the cyclosportives in 2012: Ronde, Roubaix, Amstel, Liege...
Has anyone got any tips, based on their personal experience, of riding these events? My main concern is wheels.
If you are looking to attend the event then I can recommend 100% www.go4cycling.com who have VIP access to the teams and are accompanied by classics legend Johan Museeuw!
Thanks in advance,
can anyone help me out? I would like to visit Paris- Roubaix this year, and try to see the race at one of the cobble stone tracks, and see the finish at the velodrome in Roubaix.
Anyone ever been there at the finish in the Velodrome? How do I get in there?
Thanks for any answers!