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RC 100 Winter Road Cycling Bib Tights - Black - £11.99 @ Decathlon (Free click and collect)
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RC 100 Winter Road Cycling Bib Tights - Black - £11.99 @ Decathlon (Free click and collect)

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Posted 9th Jan

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These bib tights look good for the price and for the current weather.

Normally £19.99 and now £11.99.

Free click and collect possible. Available in all sizes from S-2XL

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Keep warm in winter thanks to these bibbed road cycling tights and the brushed inner fabric with a fleecy feel. The foam pad offers comfort for short rides (< 50 km)
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Feels like I'm wearing nothing at all, nothing at all, nothing at all.....
Got some of these but I don't like wearing them cos I look like Max Wall in them.
Cracking price for any bib tights. Let's hope the durable... but even then heat! Can't whack Decathlon tha Knows!
Edited by: "MasterYodaJedi" 9th Jan
Get dressed up to ride a bike, pssst.
I like to drive my car with these on.
saucymonk09/01/2020 17:03

I like to drive my car with these on.


I like to go to the pub with these on....and nothing else !
Does the zipped rubber mask come separately?
More suited to some nightclubs in Berlin or the blue oyster from police academy
Jokes aside, great find. Cheap Chinese branded ones are £30 on Amazon, and known brands are £50++.
Are they any good though? I bought some DHB winter ones a few years ago on sale for about £55 and they are terrible - my legs shake with the cold when it comes below 10 degrees. I have to wear then as a second pair under something else.
Glory hole pants. Just put a cut in the front and some Velcro. Quicker than Saville.
Hmmmm
I remember when I first started riding seriously. Mate at work told me about "bibs" for the first time and I made all the same jokes.....10 years on I've owned many many pairs and wouldn't ride without.... including indoor training (obviously not winter ones)
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 10th Jan
Ps obviously the straps go under your Jersey. You may not realise but 90 percent of cyclists you see will be in bibs
tawse5710/01/2020 01:09

Are they any good though? I bought some DHB winter ones a few years ago on …Are they any good though? I bought some DHB winter ones a few years ago on sale for about £55 and they are terrible - my legs shake with the cold when it comes below 10 degrees. I have to wear then as a second pair under something else.


Perhaps you need to spin harder;)
But seriously are the dhb ones a winter version. They do full length bibs from thinner fabrics also.
I have a pair of these decathlon cheapo bibs I go a couple of years ago. They are very slim in the calf. A pain to put on as the fabric isn't stretchy enough.
They are not winter tights. The material is warm but with no wind proof panels you wont find thermal comfort on the colder mornings. I wear shorts over these when it gets too cold or windy.
The pad is very basic but fine for commuting in and short rides you're likely to be doing in the winter.
trickytree198410/01/2020 07:24

Ps obviously the straps go under your Jersey. You may not realise but 90 …Ps obviously the straps go under your Jersey. You may not realise but 90 percent of cyclists you see will be in bibs


96% of statistics are made up
Mai issue is needing to pee when you are wearing these, requiring a full strip ( which in the cold isn't fun)
basergorkobal10/01/2020 07:50

Perhaps you need to spin harder;)But seriously are the dhb ones a winter …Perhaps you need to spin harder;)But seriously are the dhb ones a winter version. They do full length bibs from thinner fabrics also.I have a pair of these decathlon cheapo bibs I go a couple of years ago. They are very slim in the calf. A pain to put on as the fabric isn't stretchy enough.They are not winter tights. The material is warm but with no wind proof panels you wont find thermal comfort on the colder mornings. I wear shorts over these when it gets too cold or windy.The pad is very basic but fine for commuting in and short rides you're likely to be doing in the winter.


For commuting and short rides wear normal clothes rather that looking like a freak in lycra.
basergorkobal10/01/2020 07:50

Perhaps you need to spin harder;)But seriously are the dhb ones a winter …Perhaps you need to spin harder;)But seriously are the dhb ones a winter version. They do full length bibs from thinner fabrics also.I have a pair of these decathlon cheapo bibs I go a couple of years ago. They are very slim in the calf. A pain to put on as the fabric isn't stretchy enough.They are not winter tights. The material is warm but with no wind proof panels you wont find thermal comfort on the colder mornings. I wear shorts over these when it gets too cold or windy.The pad is very basic but fine for commuting in and short rides you're likely to be doing in the winter.


Agreed. I'd be in shorts above 8c
kramer208810/01/2020 08:34

For commuting and short rides wear normal clothes rather that looking like …For commuting and short rides wear normal clothes rather that looking like a freak in lycra.


If you think lycra makes you look like a freak you need to ride more and loose some weight perhaps. Only joking.
Everyone rides what they're comfortable in. If you are a committed cyclist you already own a set of good riding kit for the winter so it makes sense to use it.
basergorkobal10/01/2020 07:50

Perhaps you need to spin harder;)But seriously are the dhb ones a winter …Perhaps you need to spin harder;)But seriously are the dhb ones a winter version. They do full length bibs from thinner fabrics also.I have a pair of these decathlon cheapo bibs I go a couple of years ago. They are very slim in the calf. A pain to put on as the fabric isn't stretchy enough.They are not winter tights. The material is warm but with no wind proof panels you wont find thermal comfort on the colder mornings. I wear shorts over these when it gets too cold or windy.The pad is very basic but fine for commuting in and short rides you're likely to be doing in the winter.




I spin like a washing machine going mental.

Yep, they were DHB winter ones. I think they are probably fine for a winter in Oz or Florida but rubbish for a cold UK Autumn / Winter day.
tawse5710/01/2020 10:26

I spin like a washing machine going mental.Yep, they were DHB winter ones. …I spin like a washing machine going mental.Yep, they were DHB winter ones. I think they are probably fine for a winter in Oz or Florida but rubbish for a cold UK Autumn / Winter day.


The Decathlon ones have a mid weight fabric all over. Which isn't too warm. I find it fine for the moving parts, but insufficient in the hips and pelvis area.
I have a winter 3/4 bib from dhb which has varying thickness panels.
Nothing beats proper winter bib from a known brand though.
tawse5710/01/2020 01:09

Are they any good though? I bought some DHB winter ones a few years ago on …Are they any good though? I bought some DHB winter ones a few years ago on sale for about £55 and they are terrible - my legs shake with the cold when it comes below 10 degrees. I have to wear then as a second pair under something else.


I found the same with the dhbs, just had to step out of the house and could feel the wind go right through them. Sent them back and got some Gore Thermos never looked back, well worth the extra and good down to freezing.
Zimmy10/01/2020 13:30

I found the same with the dhbs, just had to step out of the house and …I found the same with the dhbs, just had to step out of the house and could feel the wind go right through them. Sent them back and got some Gore Thermos never looked back, well worth the extra and good down to freezing.




How do you find the sizing with the Gore bibs? I have no Gore shops near me so would have to order online. I find bib tight sizing to be all over the place.
tawse5710/01/2020 14:24

How do you find the sizing with the Gore bibs? I have no Gore shops near …How do you find the sizing with the Gore bibs? I have no Gore shops near me so would have to order online. I find bib tight sizing to be all over the place.


I am 6ft and the XLs are pretty true to size, maybe a tad big at the bum and tight at the calves but I sometimes wear shorts underneath so no big deal. If i was skinny i’d go for a Large. Endura FS-260 shorts fit me perfectly in XL. BTW i think mine are the C5 equivalent (the C3s are lighter) but I’ve never found them too warm even above 10C.
Edited by: "Zimmy" 10th Jan
Zimmy10/01/2020 14:57

I am 6ft and the XLs are pretty true to size, maybe a tad big at the bum …I am 6ft and the XLs are pretty true to size, maybe a tad big at the bum and tight at the calves but I sometimes wear shorts underneath so no big deal. If i was skinny i’d go for a Large. Endura FS-260 shorts fit me perfectly in XL. BTW i think mine are the C5 equivalent (the C3s are lighter) but I’ve never found them too warm even above 10C.




Thanks. I am 6 ft also but my legs are long so often have to get bigger to get the length.
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