Waterproofing – No more soggy bottoms
During my cycling life, I have been through countless waterproof sets, from ponchos to 5.99 pac-a-macs. I’ve worn plastic bags on my feet. Then one wet day I said, no more soggy bottom and I decided to bite the bullet. I invested in decent waterproofing, spending more on jacket and trousers that I ever had. During the first downpour I understood why it’s worth spending more on waterproofing. Hooray, no more soggy bottoms!
Jackets and Trousers
Hump signal jacket is ‘the ultimate commuting jacket’. It’s contrasting colours and strategically placed reflective prints ensure that you stand out day and night. The reflective chevrons on the arms also mean your hand signals get seen. The Hump jacket is fully waterproof and the underarm zipped vents and back vent make sure you can stay cool too. It is competitively priced on the market at £79.99
Hump Spark Trousers keep you dry during the few rainy days we have. As with most of Humps products, they are for the commuter, so visibility is very important. The trademark reflective chevrons are cleverly placed so they don’t go missed. Great price at £49.99
Madison DTE jacket for when you need a jacket that can take everything the Great British weather can throw at it, the DTE 3-layer waterproof storm jacket is the ultimate mountain bike jacket. Constructed from a hard wearing fully seam sealed 3 layer fabric ensures you stay dry without overheating.
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Ogio all elements waterproof backpack is made for comfort. Its design makes sure your back stays cool during your ride. This bag is tough and durable and its features make it super practical for accessing and carrying everything you need.
Madison Avalanche waterproof Gloves come with a Micro fleece lining to stop the rain and wind biting those digits. You will never look back once you buy yourself some waterproof gloves.