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
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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.
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.
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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