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Another thing to add to your list of things to buy for winter cycling especially with the clocks going back this week! This is an absolute bargain!

Extra 10% off if you orders over £5.
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#1
hot, not just on price. You'd be mad not to make yourself as bright as possible on a bike - I look on with disbelief when I see people riding around in dark/poorly lit conditions with no lights and dark clothing: stupid
#2
Last night about 10pm 2 serious riders were out (geared up) and one had no main light on.....he suprised me when i was crossing the road as he would have hit me, I called him a pillock, they are quick to complain when they get hit by something with an engine.

Voted hot so i can see them coming.
#3
Heat added! I can use this when I'm either cycling or running in the night. Thanks!
#4
good deal
#5
Really good deal - ordered two. Many thanks
#6
Go via www.topcashback.co.uk for 5% discount & they have a discount code for a further 10% [SIZE=2]PBK10[/SIZE]
#7
grabbed 2, cheers
#8
Safety is always voted hot :)

Just fyi, i saw some neon safety jackets being sold at tesco a while back for £1 in the tesco "£1 aisle". I don't know whether these are still being sold but worth keeping an eye out for em.
#9
I think I'll get one of these, thanks. Also can anyone recommend a decent value windchill jacket, just for everday use on the road, nothing too professional needed, just it gets pretty chilly in the winter when the wind gets up, budget of less than £40 say. cheers.
#10
Great buy, Cheers.
#11
I'm always surprised more people don't wear helmets.
[helper]#12
Pound shops do vests for a £1 (surprisingly) and Home Bargains but these look better quality.

My kids got some free ones last year (3m streetwise) which they handed out at primary school...
1 Like #13
Hot! Ordered one and got a PBK buff too now its cold - £9.96 for both delivered with the PBK10 code.
http://www.probikekit.com/display.php?code=C0374

:thumbsup:
#14
ordered one for my son for school. Hopefully it will make him visible enough to keep him safe.
Great find OP.
Hugs
Helen
#15
thank you for that...i've just ordered 2 for my son..and got a good deal on some socks and gloves...

H&R added.....
#16
hot one, just bought one for myself, thanks
#17
nice one , safety first and all that :-)

heat added

TT
#18
scav
Hot! Ordered one and got a PBK buff too now its cold - £9.96 for both delivered with the PBK10 code.
http://www.probikekit.com/display.php?code=C0374

:thumbsup:


thanks, ordered one too, I remember last winter freezing my face off, I tried a scarf but dificult to manage, hopefully this does the trick.
#19
stemcell
Last night about 10pm 2 serious riders were out (geared up) and one had no main light on.....he suprised me when i was crossing the road as he would have hit me, I called him a pillock, they are quick to complain when they get hit by something with an engine.

Voted hot so i can see them coming.


+1 :thumbsup:

Not only at night, but early morning as well, drives me crackers when it would be the motorist that is prosecuted for wiping someone out!
#20
Fast Eddie
I think I'll get one of these, thanks. Also can anyone recommend a decent value windchill jacket, just for everday use on the road, nothing too professional needed, just it gets pretty chilly in the winter when the wind gets up, budget of less than £40 say. cheers.


check out this ,the orange so bright it dazzles you http://www.sportsdirect.com/karrimor-high-visibility-mens-cycle-jacket-636013?colcode=63601390
#21
Anyone know if those horizontal strips where it says "Craft" are reflective?
#22
Hot hot hot.Bought one for running on these dark nights. Thank You
#23
£1 at Poundland last time I looked
1 Like #24
battelaxe
£1 at Poundland last time I looked


Doubt they would be anywhere near the quality of these!
#25
Good deal, but Poundland sells a hi viz jacket for, er, £1. (Edit: didn't see previous post, but can confirm it.)
#26
heat and rep added,hail! hail!
#27
Thanks for this. Bought one as a spare.
Also got the smart rear LED light and a couple of pairs of the socks on offer.

John
#28
Toybhoy
Doubt they would be anywhere near the quality of these!


Judging by the picture I would say the Poundland ones are much better!
#29
catch22;6633655
I'm always surprised more people don't wear helmets.
If you do some research you might be surprised again then, because there is very little evidence indeed that helmets do much good at all. Few cycling accidents involve hitting your head, and above a certain speed a cycling helmet won't do much good anyway. Moreover, there's a theory that wearing helmets could make cyclists more reckless because they feel safer, and motorists more reckless towards cyclists because they think they are better protected.

By the way, I do wear a helmet. It just needs pointing out that their advantages are marginal.

PS Australia made helmets compulsory. Stupid move: the loss of the health benefits of cycling due to people not doing it because they don't have a helmet far outweigh the risks of not wearing one.
#30
pibpob
If you do some research you might be surprised again then, because there is very little evidence indeed that helmets do much good at all. Few cycling accidents involve hitting your head, and above a certain speed a cycling helmet won't do much good anyway. Moreover, there's a theory that wearing helmets could make cyclists more reckless because they feel safer, and motorists more reckless towards cyclists because they think they are better protected.

By the way, I do wear a helmet. It just needs pointing out that their advantages are marginal.

PS Australia made helmets compulsory. Stupid move: the loss of the health benefits of cycling due to people not doing it because they don't have a helmet far outweigh the risks of not wearing one.


!00% correct :thumbsup:

For the record, I do wear a helmet also. I always go by the saying "You never need a helmet until you NEED a helmet"

Plus if its good enough for Armstrong, Cavendish and Wiggins, its good enough for me :-D
#31
Ordered thanks a lot OP :)
#32
Fast Eddie
I think I'll get one of these, thanks. Also can anyone recommend a decent value windchill jacket, just for everday use on the road, nothing too professional needed, just it gets pretty chilly in the winter when the wind gets up, budget of less than £40 say. cheers.


I have a montane velo, made of pertex, very very breathable and with merino layer under its warm as toast (and breathable). About £30-40 depending where you find a deal. Made of mini ripstop pertex, durable, cut is excellent for cycling position, well made. That's what i recommend (p.s. the standard Montane featherlight is not cut as close, not as good for cycling - get the Velo). Fairly shower resistant too until washed. Its also only about 100g and packs to size of an apple.

P.S. thanks OP - ordered two of these high vis!
banned 1 Like #33
pibpob
If you do some research you might be surprised again then, because there is very little evidence indeed that helmets do much good at all. Few cycling accidents involve hitting your head, and above a certain speed a cycling helmet won't do much good anyway. Moreover, there's a theory that wearing helmets could make cyclists more reckless because they feel safer, and motorists more reckless towards cyclists because they think they are better protected.

By the way, I do wear a helmet. It just needs pointing out that their advantages are marginal.

PS Australia made helmets compulsory. Stupid move: the loss of the health benefits of cycling due to people not doing it because they don't have a helmet far outweigh the risks of not wearing one.


Most people don't realise that helmets are designed and tested to prevent injury at about 12mph, equivalent to falling off a stationary bike. Some tests have been carried that show that drivers give less room when overtaking cyclists wearing helmets. It was also shown that drivers also give men less room that women! Personally I wear a helmet, since, regardless of what speed you are doing, scraping your head on tarmac is not a good thing. Same reason that I wear cycling gloves also.
#34
Hot - Just ordered 2 :)
#35
Nice, thanks
#36
Voted hot.

London cyclists have to remember that the vest doesn't turn you into Emery Schaub, Supergirl, Brit or Doc Strange.
#37
pibpob
Few cycling accidents involve hitting your head, and above a certain speed a cycling helmet won't do much good anyway.


According to RoSPA: "Around half of the cyclists who go to hospital following an accident have head injuries."
But of course, nobody has any stats on those accidents that aren't reported...
#38
paul_merton;6645305
According to RoSPA: "Around half of the cyclists who go to hospital following an accident have head injuries."
And? That says nothing about how many of those injuries may have been prevented or lessenned had a helmet been worn. So it means very little.
#39
well I've just ordered one for my H, Thank you
#40
pibpob
And? That says nothing about how many of those injuries may have been prevented or lessenned had a helmet been worn. So it means very little.


I think it's common sense that an injury will be lessened with a helmet.

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