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Our must-have cycling kit for spring 2017

Look! That strange burning orb that’s suddenly appeared in the sky – what is it? Could it be… the sun, heralding the end of winter and the beginning of a season bathed in light? Of course, by the time you read this is will be raining, freezing or blowing a gale. Possibly all three. That’s […]

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Sitting pretty: smart, stylish cycling kit for the busy, the business-y or the slightly vain

Things I know to be true: One, that cyclists are, for better and for worse, exposed continuously to the elements. Two, that England’s elements are regularly, reliably on the soggy side. And three, that I am not a quitter. This is something I’m proud of; it takes a lot of tenacity to keep sugar, wine […]

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dhb Flashlight Highline Waterproof Jacket review

On a wet, windy and miserable day I shouted to my girlfriend: “Quick! Put your dhb Women’s Flashlight Highline Waterproof Jacket on and run outside! There’s no time to waste”. Such is the life of a cycling bloggers girlfriend. Over the past three weeks, she’s been putting the women’s jacket to the test (there is […]

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Delivered in 1 hour: Highlighting London’s local bike shops

As anyone who’s walked down a high street and felt uneasy at the countless chain stores will agree – it’s important to support local shops. With this in mind, we’ve teamed up with PocketHighStreet to highlight a couple of the shops on their platform that offer a 1 hour delivery. PocketHighStreet is a way for bike shops […]

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Waterproof Cycling Trousers Guide

Waterproof cycling trousers are a staple for anyone who commutes to work on a regular basis. They offer protection from getting soaked in the rain, which is an uncomfortable way to start your day. There are a few ways to handle this issue, but any solution needs to focus on some additional considerations, which is why […]

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Vulpine Men's Harrington Jacket worn by Andreas near Kings Cross

Vulpine British Waxed Harrington Jacket Review – Style & Practicality

The goofy grin on my face is because I’m thrilled to be trying out Vulpine’s new British Waxed Harrington Jacket for a review on London Cyclist. If you find yourself wearing this same jacket right now, it’s likely you’ll have the same silly grin. This has become my go to jacket over the autumn and winter. It’s […]

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Urban Cycling Shoes: SPD Shoes Suitable for Wearing in London

Keeping your feet attached to the pedals is really awesome but can be a bit scary and inconvenient in a city. Some of the shoes can also be hard to walk in and make you look just a little silly, especially on smooth surfaces. However, it needn’t be that way, and this is where urban […]

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Should I Wear a Cycling Cap? Cycling Caps Guide

Cycling caps are a quintessential part of road cycling but they have their uses in the city too – I have a couple that I like wearing for various reasons outlined below. Often worn alone for racing until the UCI made helmets compulsory in 2003, they’ve been heavily documented perching atop the heads of pro […]

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How to Choose a Bicycle Helmet – Cycle Helmet Guide

What are the 3 things to look for when buying a bicycle helmet and also which helmet does Lance wear?

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What is the Best Cycling Backpack? Commuter Rucksack Guide

*This is a 2016 update to a 2014 guide* Backpacks and rucksacks for cycling come in all shapes and sizes. Whilst it is more than possible to use any kind of backpack while cycling, there are benefits of having a travel backpack designed with the bike rider in mind. Cycling backpacks will usually have adjustable straps […]

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Quad Lock bike mount for iPhone and Android phones – Review

Whilst riding around London, it’s likely you’ve developed your own internal GPS for getting around. But what happens when you want to venture further? Or try completely new routes? In September I’m planning on riding to Taunton. Following the route will be a lot easier if I have the bike equivalent of a TomTom in […]

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Cycling bottles and cages for cold water and hot coffee while on the bike

Squash, water, smoothie, coffee, tea, whisky – whatever your preference is for on the bike drinking, having a decent bottle will keep your drink cool or warm. A good cage to keep it in is important too. Here are some of our favourite bottles and bike bottle cages. CamelBack Podium Chill – 610ml – £13.99 […]

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