"This is a bargain at the reduced price. The individual items would cost a lot more. The gels, especially the caffeine + ones, are great for stuffing in jersey pockets for that boost when energy starts to drop or for that hill you when you want a little extra."
"These cables are a fraction of some of the others available and work just fine. I would just recommend keeping a check on them - My last rear derailleur cable lasted 3,700 miles (however many gear changes that is) but then snapped at the shifter with no warning. I guess this would be similar for other makes."
"This is a fantastic gilet for keeping the chilly air off the body for those early starts. I wore it on the Wiggle Wye Valley Warrior for the first 30 miles and it was great. It packs up very small and fits in a jersey pocket with plenty of space to spare. I'm 6'1", 38" chest and the medium fitted fine over a base and a summer jersey, with enough room to fit over bulging jersey pockets. If it was a couple of inches longer it would be perfect.
Some have said that it flaps around the neck at speed but this is minimal when it does happen."
Pros: Great Value, Comfortable, Lightweight, Good Fit
Versatile cycling gloves with modern styling and a breathable mesh/lycra back for a close fit and cool feel. The hard wearing synthetic leather palm adds grip and protection with padding to help absorb vibration from the roads.
"I bought these to replace some old Airstream mitts. These aren't as good as the old ones. The gel padding areas have been reduced significantly meaning that there now isn't enough to fully protect the whole ulna and palm area. I've found the pressure points are now either right on the edge of, or off, the padding. riding on the hoods and the padding just isn't there. The little tags to pull the gloves on are gone, as are the loops on the fingers to help you get them off. Updated maybe, improved definitely not. I'm disappointed."
"I bought this to wear as an alternative to a completely windproof jacket. From the description I expected it to be reasonable thickness roubaix with good thermal properties but it's actually thinner than a cheaper grid style (non-windpoof) roubaix top that I have. The windproofing works well enough but due to the relative thinness and mesh on the back I got gradually colder during a 56 mile ride as the dampness built up. I was wearing a HH short sleeve and a merino longsleeve underneath which, with afore mentioned cheap grid style roubaix proved very comfortable. The moisture barrier pocket would be ok but 1. It's not attached at the bottom/inside the main pocket so comes out easily/turns inside out. 2. It's got an MP3 player earphone hole (and in the main jacket) - Who would listen to music in the ear when on the road? - you need full awareness of your surroundings if you want to stay alive (apart from the possible cycling without due care and attention charge). The jersey is very long at the back (strange design) but ok. Mine had a stitcging issue on both sleeves in virtually the same place, where the quality/line of stitching resulted in the what looks like pulled threads that I will need to fix to be confident."
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight
Cons: Limited Color Choices, not as warm as expected
Tough and lightweight the Ronhill Classic Tracksters Running Tight allows for great comfort and performance as the Exertech 100 fabric moves with you. Improved waistband design and internal fob pocket for small necessities.
"Not as good as the old Ron Hills, being looser and baggier (even though these are the same 'size' I've always used). I wish Ron Hill would realise that people can have long legs without having large waists! Having said that, they do the job - a versatile tracksuit style bottom for climbing, walking, running etc."
"I've had two pairs in two years and both have broken! The lugs on the lenses that fit into the frame eventually crack and break. This isn't from overuse, I didn't change the lenses for several months and then... The first pair were replaced by Wiggle (great service, although it seems that you can't get spare lenses) but now?...
The lenses don't fit well in the frame, and can pop out in the middle if you aren't careful.
The lenses/frames are too shallow, so with the head down you'll often find yourself looking over the top of the lenses. Also, the mirrored lenses aren't great in sunlight - yes they cut out some of the sun but it's still difficult to see clearly so not great."
"After trialling a few I bought the berry flavour. It's refreshing, tastes great and it doesn't adversely affect the stomach unlike some products. The tube is a convenient size for putting in your back pocket, for top ups while out. The only downside is that with few calories you'll need something else to deliver the energy for longer rides."
A high quality cycle legwear bundle with a 30% saving on full retail price. Made from a warm, fleecy and high stretch lycra fabric, dhb Vaeon Roubaix shorts and tights offer the thermal coverage you need to keep up your mileage over autumn and winter.
Can you buy replacement lenses for the Pro Triple glasses?
NO. I asked similar and was told no. I hadn't had mine long, and the lugs on the lenses, that hold them in the frame, were breaking. Luckily Wiggle replaced them. My latest pair have done the same, I won't be buying again.