bracknellbiker
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    10 November 2013
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 GripGrab Insulator Winter Gloves
GripGrab Insulator Winter Gloves
A lightweight liner glove to be used either separately or inside another glove as an extra insulating layer on extremely cold days. Rubberized zones on fingers for enhanced grip.
 
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good glove for the price
Posted10 November 2013
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bracknellbiker
"I can suffer very easily from cold hands (poor circulation), so having appropriate gloves is important. On the other hand (no pun intended) over cooking your mits due to setting off with over heavy gloves is also unpleasant. Just taken these out for their first trial. Temp order of 8 oC, touch of wind. I wore my normal finglerless gloves over them. Started off with thin liners inside them. Part way through ride, took the liners out as I was toasty. Fine on their own until the sun was starting to go down and temp drop. Liners back in. These are just the job for autumn/early winter riding for me, esp as they will accommodate a thin liner glove for more layering possibilities. Time will tell how well they wear."
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 Dakine Bike Bag
Dakine Bike Bag
The Dakine bike bag is a heavy duty bike bag with a large amount of padding and internal padded bags for wheels, forks and the rear triangle.
 

what are the dimensions of this bag : they are not given

3 months, 2 weeks ago
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bracknellbiker
 
The Windslam Roubaix Jersey offers effective windchill defence, added warmth and all the features you need whilst out on your bike, making it the perfect layer for those cold Autumn/Winter road rides.
 

This, the 2012 Windslam Roubaix, and the Blade

I currently have a 2012 Windslam Roubaix. Q1. Is this jersey essentially the same material and temp/warmth rating as the 2012 ? Q2. Differences between them (apart from the visually obvious) ? Q3. Compared with the Blade: is this same material in terms of outer wind stopping & fleece lining used in all 3, with the essential differences being the Blade's venting and it having differential construction at front versus back ? Want a warm windstopping top, and I'm not clear on how these 3 compare.
10 months ago
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A light weight clincher wheelset with milled alloy rims and a MoMag inner profile to eliminate rim tape and reduce rotational mass. Racing 3s feature an oversized drive side flange and a 2:1 spoke ratio for quick handling out on the tarmac.
 

stated delivery time is "normally 2-4 weeks". Are u able to confirm what the delivery time is at the moment ?

1 year, 2 months ago
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A light weight clincher wheelset with milled alloy rims and a MoMag inner profile to eliminate rim tape and reduce rotational mass. Racing 3s feature an oversized drive side flange and a 2:1 spoke ratio for quick handling out on the tarmac.
 

Any reason why this wouldn't take a SRAM PG1070 10 cassette ?

1 year, 2 months ago
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