Gear

De Marchi Kübler and Koblet Jerseys

One of the world’s oldest cycling apparel brands, family-owned De Marchi, continue the tradition they established in the 40s by dressing professional cyclists during their most stylish era. The De Marchi Heritage Store have just released limited edition jerseys of… Read more »

Review: Chrome Rolltop Panniers 20L

San Fran’s Chrome Industries create portage and apparel for the daily rider without compromise on construction or quality. They recently released their Knurled Welded™ range of waterproof rolltops and, needing serious equipment for a serious commute, I was keen to… Read more »

Gear: Chrome Knurled Welded

My waterproof Ortlieb panniers are looking a little worse for wear but there are surprisingly few options out there for serious wet weather portage. Like an answer to prayer, Chrome Industries have released their Knurled Welded range of waterproof bags.… Read more »

Campagnolo at the Tour Down Under

The 2014 Tour Down Under now seems so long ago and it won’t be long before we start looking forward to that next ‘modern’ classic, the Tour de France. In Adelaide, I was fortunate enough to get behind the scenes… Read more »

Gear: Creux Cycling Apparel

Next Thursday, the 13th of February 2014, the London Bicycle Show kicks off at the ExCeL site and one of the myriad of exhibitors will be Victor & Liberty, couturiers of fine cycling apparel. They will be representing Creux, makers… Read more »

Gear: Chrome Reflective Camo

Chrome Industries have a reputation for bombproof bags and apparel for urban cyclists and adventurers which is well founded. Designed by riders for riders, Chrome bags are constructed to withstand the rigours of a life on the road. The second… Read more »

Blackburn Rangers

In 1975, when mountain biking was still called ‘klunking’, Jim Blackburn was having ideas about how he could improve basic accessories used by the most adventurous cycle tourists and bike packers. Over 35 years later, Blackburn Designs is still devoted… Read more »