The howies Chada Chinos are a cool, stretchy pair of trousers that are at home on the bike or around town. Having said that, they probably won't stand up to endless cycle trips.
My first thoughts when pulling these latte coloured chinos on was that I needed to update the age on my road.cc profile status as I had got a year older and these strides are maybe for someone a bit more youthful and spunky (or whatever the term is nowadays).
Rapha Softshell Trousers feel like riding in your favourite pyjama bottoms - only more weatherproof and well suited to cycling in the UK weather.
Don't quote me on this but I think softshells were invented by the same people who make spaceships. The material seems to posses mystical powers that manage to moderate what the weather gods hurl at us while we try and enjoy cycling in the bi-polar British climate.
Hi guys, i've searched around and i can't find anything on this so hope i'm not repeating stuff! I used to cycle to uni but i've started my year's placement in industry, so i'm working for the year, now i used to just cycle to the station in my own clothes and i didn't care too much about spare shirts getting creased, but what to do now i'm working? I have to wear smart pants/trousers, shirt, tie and smart shoes. How do you guys get to work with uncreased clothes?