The popular all-rounder Rubino (wire bead) has the perfect mix of features for most amateurs, with the endurance for the toughest challenges. These tyres feature a 60 TPI nylon casing, has a technical tread pattern and long life tread compound.
"It seemed a good price and was just what I needed. I requested this to be delivered on the "next day" delivery option and paid the extra delivery charge. I placed the order on a Tuesday. I wanted it for the following weekend so I thought there was a bit of leeway. Unfortunately, It arrived the following Monday, delivered to a neighbour, eventually. By this time I had had to make other arrangements for new tyres."
Pros: great if it is delivered
Cons: not great if causes causes a lot of hassle
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Craft Winter Toe Cover
Targeted protection where you're most vulnerable to the winter chill. The craft toe cover forms a windproof shield for front of your shoe where you cut through the wind, great for high intensity rides when a full overshoe is too much.
"Although it seems a little pricey for a bit of moulded plastic it does the job very well and does not take up too much room when not in use."
Pros: Durable, Rugged, Lightweight, Good Fit
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CycleOps Mag Trainer
Turn your bike into more than a fair-weather friend with the help of a Mag trainer. The perfect solution to getting in a ride when it's too cold, wet or dark to go outside, the Mag sets up quickly and easily for on-the-spot spins.
"This was the first trainer I have bought and so far have been very pleased with it. I have used it mainly with a Boardman Hybrid with Zaffiro tyres. It is easy to set up for different bikes as long as they have quick release wheels. I have not found it necessary to use the spare axle that is provided as the rear axle on the Boardman seems to fit perfectly, although I was aware of a recommendation in the Q and A information to use the axle provided and am not quite sure why yet! It is not quite silent in operation but I have not found the noise intrusive."