Product Review : Saltzman SS Jersey

Anthm channel their knowledge of materials and product development to create a cycling jersey (and brand) that is made in the USA, specifically Portland, where he has control over the details, he can ride his bike for 5miles to visit his seamstress to talk face to face and work on his 2nd sample, adding the care and attention where needed to get it just right.

Cheap Glove Tricks for Commuters

$14 - $19 from your local Fred Meyer Grocery Store. 2mm neoprene fishing gloves will keep your hands dry and warm for commutes less than an hour. They can take good downpours but are not seam taped so in heavy downpours water will get in after a short while. The manufacturer Glacier Glove has a... Continue Reading →

A Design look inside Rapha

As a designer, Alex Valdman (head of design at Rapha) makes the link between working hard, hitting mental walls, struggling in the process to get to a successful design. A little like the pain and suffering encountered on the bike, the final metres of the climb, suffering to the end to achieve. An inside look... Continue Reading →

Autumn Cycling Tips

OK! Summer has been in full swing, but let's think ahead to Autumn (or Fall as they like to say in America). Over several years of cycling in the Pacific North West I have learned a few things about this Autumn game. Carry a rain jacket, this can be a very small and light addition,... Continue Reading →

Rapha Pro Team Gloves

I have to admit, the first time I grabbed these I was skeptical. The material is thin, they don't particularly feel as if they are very water resistant, and all I could think about was my hands being cold. Yes, I run on the cold side in the hands and feet department, maybe a smidge colder... Continue Reading →

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