Runners today enjoy easier access to sporting innovation and technology than ever before. From running watches, GPS trackers and heart rate monitors, to inventive approaches to laces, scales, and clothing, promises of a tech-rich future have largely borne out.
This guide helps to explain the wide variety of cycling shoes available. We consider specific designs for road cycling, triathlon and mountain biking, and variations within these sub-categories.
The running short appears to be a fairly simple garment, but there is much more to these diminutive trousers. Whether you're running road, track, or trail, find out the perfect shorts for your style.
Base layers are the base of any layering system. They are designed to sit next to the skin and wick moisture away from your body. They do this by absorbing moisture (sweat) from the surface of your skin then allowing it to evaporate away.
By wicking sweat away from the body, a base layer keeps you dry, comfortable and chill free. Thermal base layers can also help to keep you warm by trapping an insulating layer of warm air around the skin.
Bike lights ensure you are safe and seen, as well as being able to see, out on the road and trails. In this cycle lights buying guide we look at the latest models lighting up the cycle lanes and trails.
If you’re a cyclist, runner, hiker, fast-packer, or triathlete searching for rain jackets or all-weather layers, you may be feeling a little wet behind the ears given the current deluge of baffling jargon accompanying modern products.
Maintaining your bike is an important part of owning it. Keeping your bike clean is a great start; but you have to make sure it's sufficiently lubricated and cared for too. This helps your bike work better, smoother and more efficiently.
The variety of uses, materials, features, and styles makes choosing the perfect waterproof outdoor jacket more challenging than a 40% incline, but we have the tools to help you.