Ultra Light Cycling Jacket £9.99 @ Aldi from Thursday 2nd May. One of many great cycling offers
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Ultra Light Cycling Jacket £9.99 @ Aldi from Thursday 2nd May. One of many great cycling offers

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Found 26th Apr 2013
The Aldi cycling stuff is always fantastic and this cycling jacket is the thing I personally think is the best although I will be buying a great selection next week.

Some of the other items available are:

Gloves - £3.50
Helmet - £9.99
Jersey - £7.99
Shorts - £7.99
Lock - £2.49
Pannier Bag Set - £14.99
Softshell Jacket - £15.99
Bike Tool Bag - £4.99
16 Function Tool - £6.99
LED Light Set - £4.99
Cycle Computer - £4.99
Sports Glasses - £2.99
Compression Underwear - £6.99
Premium Jersey - £14.99

25 Comments

Banned

nice one

Getting the gloves, Aldi cycling gear is impressive for the cost, I cycle 60 miles each week and have used some of their gear for 3 years.

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haggisheid

Getting the gloves, Aldi cycling gear is impressive for the cost, I cycle … Getting the gloves, Aldi cycling gear is impressive for the cost, I cycle 60 miles each week and have used some of their gear for 3 years.



I agree. I've had some of their stuff for years although the gloves are coming to the end of their life now. £3.50 for gloves that will last 3 years is fantastic!

I like the look of the premium jersey. in my opinion, jerseys, base layers, arm leg warmers and socks are always excellent.

Haha I thought these were Light Cycle Jackets at first glance, that's the sci-fi geek in me I guess, Tron Lives...........
Edited by: "Jezza67" 26th Apr 2013

I have two of the soft shell jackets one for summer the other one for winter, both excellent value for money.

Aldi cycling clothing is great quality. I mix and match their stuff with Rapha and other top brands and it performs well.
Edited by: "stanno" 26th Apr 2013

haggisheid

Getting the gloves, Aldi cycling gear is impressive for the cost, I cycle … Getting the gloves, Aldi cycling gear is impressive for the cost, I cycle 60 miles each week and have used some of their gear for 3 years.



i'd be careful i've had some of those gloves before lasted about 2 rides and all the stitching came undone!

a lot of what they do is great value but sometimes it can be let down by poor quality.


haggisheid

Getting the gloves, Aldi cycling gear is impressive for the cost, I cycle … Getting the gloves, Aldi cycling gear is impressive for the cost, I cycle 60 miles each week and have used some of their gear for 3 years.



cycle top trumps - I do 300-400 miles a week!!!

I'm too scared to google it
heck is " compression underwear" ? oO

Going for the shorts and the pocket light set
Edited by: "Riever" 26th Apr 2013

Damn - I thought this was for LightCycles - like in TRON

chrisbass

cycle top trumps - I do 300-400 miles a week!!!



That's amazing, almost 2 marathon cycles every day!!

Are you sure you're not a certain Mr Wiggins?

niceguyrichy

I'm too scared to google itheck is " compression underwear" ? oO



well, generally compression wear is to improve blood flow to muscles to help when exerciseing and to speed up recovery afterwards, so i guess it would increase blood flow to the region contained within the underwear!!

I can only see this making things harder when exercising!!!

dewponds

That's amazing, almost 2 marathon cycles every day!!Are you sure you're … That's amazing, almost 2 marathon cycles every day!!Are you sure you're not a certain Mr Wiggins?



no, i wish!! its not as bad as marathons! although i'd wager it costs me a lot more than your average runner! they don't need chains, cassettes, tyres or, for want of a better word, lube!!

niceguyrichy

I'm too scared to google itheck is " compression underwear" ? oO



en.wikipedia.org/wik…rts

Keeps your muscles warmer and helps wick moisture away from your skin according to that article.

niceguyrichy

I'm too scared to google itheck is " compression underwear" ? oO



Just tight underwear, similar to compression tights/shorts for running. Good for the muscles and stops (reduces) chafing

Aldi gear is great value for money, just make sure you're down there early because it sells quickly.

Banned

nice 1

I assume that bike computer is wired for that price. are they any good? this bike mate model? i'm torn between buying a cheapo one like this or investing once in a cateye/sigma but i hear alot of reliability problems with wireless versions?

think I'll pick one of these up for running. voted hot.

Thanks was looking for something for scottish weather while running , i might just have to take a look on thursday :)!

Rambot

I assume that bike computer is wired for that price. are they any good? … I assume that bike computer is wired for that price. are they any good? this bike mate model? i'm torn between buying a cheapo one like this or investing once in a cateye/sigma but i hear alot of reliability problems with wireless versions?



It is a wired unit but simple to fit, just run the cable along brake cable.
I use it everyday and its been fine, excellent device for the price. Recommend.
Edited by: "andybrock" 26th Apr 2013

Andy, Simple enough to setup different tyre sizes? Is it preset only or you can enter customs sizes? cheers

Those shoes look interesting, I don't use/like cleats and it looks like they could do both

chrisbass

I can only see this making things harder when exercising!!!



Fnaar fnaar. Exercise isn't THAT exciting.



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