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Garmin 35 Basic GPS Smart Running Watch £84.99 Wiggle
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Posted 24th NovPosted 24th Nov
Has been as low as £79 via camelcamel but maybe worth it as it comes in a white or limelight strap rather than the boring black option on Amazon Whether you're racing, training… Read more
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mutley1

i tend to think white is a girly colour, probably a little bit better than pink! my husband has the 25 so i have been keeping an eye out on this watch as an upgrade. it is a very cheap looking watch and the face is quite big so it looks very masculine. because most white phones are bought by women and black phones are bought by men! my husband has this watch and it looks very masculine to me. he wouldn't wear it otherwise!

SavageLyric

What makes you think that a) white is a woman's colour and b) that this is man's watch?!

simoningreasby

I'd say it would do both men and women and the colour looks good on both as I've a 645 music with a white strap which (I think) looks really smart for a man.

mutley1

not sure a white strap is good for this watch as that is a woman's colour and this watch is a man's watch?!

dhb Hydron Changing Robe (Large only) £60 @ Wiggle
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Posted 23rd NovPosted 23rd Nov
Well reviewed changing robe. Get ready for open-water swimming sessions and protect yourself from the elements between activity with the Hydron Robe from dhb. Lined with super sof… Read more
rocksm91

Mine arrived this afternoon. Great quality for the money. Very happy with it....

migesdt

thought it said charging robe

soulessdragon

Picked one up. Couldn’t believe the quality for the price. Totally worth getting over their competitors.

gordonm539

I bought one for after races as well. Very handy for changing when things are a bit windy and you have the fear of exposure !

rocksm91

Thanks. It'll hopefully be great to throw on after races and the occasional cold water swim. Couldn't justify the cost of a dryrobe for myself.

Lifeline Essential Bike Track Pump £9.99 +£2.99 delivery @ Wiggle
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Posted 21st NovPosted 21st Nov
An excellent value track pump for quick, accurate inflation of road and MTB tyres. With a barrel mounted gauge and a dual purpose head, the LifeLine Essential Track pump is an indi… Read more
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johnogroats2landsend

thanks!

Superman_turbo_pro_3000

Depends on the pressure you want. Maybe 5 or 6, should land you in 90-100psi area. Maybe 7/8 for 110psi. There's very little benefit going past 110psi on a 25c, unless you're really heavy. The sidewalls at 110psi are rock hard, you hear about people having actual "blow outs" where the tyre rips and the inner tube explodes out the tear in the tyre, so I try to work with the lowest "very hard" pressure. I'm 86 kg or 13.5 stone and I find 80psi for 32c 90psi for 28c 100psi for 25c are great, maybe 5psi too high, as at those pressures the tyres are pretty hard.

johnogroats2landsend

How many ups & downs to pump a 700 x 25c tyre? (Seriously)

Biker.Jeff

Really good quality and reliable track pump. I've had this one for a few years now.

doggboy10

Thanks mate, I want a decent pump with a gauge to inflate to correct pressure.

Leatt Exclusive Trail 2.0 MTB Pants - £47.99 delivered @ Wiggle
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Posted 15th NovPosted 15th Nov
dont forget to size up, mountain bike trousers tend to be high priced and unavaiable, so these arent a bad shout, you will need to size up , i tend to be a medium/;large in Endura,… Read more
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stu888

Just ordered a pair of large. Hopefully will be a good job (y) 🏻

whatyadoinsucka

Probably not, look for a fleece lined pair if you need warm, decathlon do a winter mtb trouser which are meant to be good https://www.decathlon.co.uk/p/st500-winter-mtb-trousers-black/_/R-p-305555?mc=8530118&utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=SurfacesForGoogle&utm_content=8530118-2669250&&iv_=__iv_p_1_g_66678446527_c_316333289255_w_aud-565280566982:pla-304956812153_n_g_d_m_v__l__t__r_x_pla_y_15177021_f_online_o_8530118-2669250_z_GB_i_en_j_304956812153_s__e__h_9046682_ii__vi__&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_b-66r6d9AIV3oBQBh3POgCbEAQYAiABEgK9afD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

TJS271182

If you’ve got very long legs I’d go for the Endurance M500. I’m a 6ft 1 and a 32/33 leg and they were more like at 35. I went with the TLD Resist in the end.

tawse57

Are they warm? I bought some of the DHB winter tights and I froze in them. They now taunt me from the bottom of my wardrobe at my folly in buying them.

havinalaff

What's the length like? I'm a tall boy.

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LifeLine Xplova NOZA S Smart Trainer £379.99 at Wiggle
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Posted 14th NovPosted 14th Nov
Saw another wiggle turbo deal and thought this isn't bad at half that price. This is direct drive, but also crucially Bluetooth and fe-c ant compatible which means it can communica… Read more
mechanicalman

Ordered. Thanks op. FYI I purchased from Chain Reaction as you get £10 off if you are a British cycling member. You also get 2.2% TCB.

AndLaz

I've been watching the prices for the last couple of months and they are coming down definitely. You can get flux s (well known and reviewed) for £450, if you got blue light card, Quidco and such it can come to under £400. Might do a post on in later to check the hotness

AndLaz

I'm very sure it will work with any virtual cycling app

mechanicalman

Ohh been looking for one of these, but couldn't justify the price, this is tempting. Anybody know if this will work with Rouvy?

w0nky

Yeah, I think this is prob a great option given price is still high but actually finding reviews is pretty tricky. Recall GP Lama reviewed an iteration and was critical about power accuracy but honeslty for majority of riders it's probably not a huge issue and saving Vs a wahoo etc etc is massive

Tacx Neo 2 Special Edition Smart Trainer £799.99 at Wiggle
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Posted 14th NovPosted 14th Nov
For use with Zwift / Fulgaz etc. "Doesn't come with a bike", "Can't hang clothes on it" etc etc. Good price. Edit: Note this is not the 2T, but the 2SE - the internals of the 2 … Read more
bita

If anyone wants some free trainer road trial months let me know in DM

Rusty82

Yeah, I did that last winter and broke my ankle slipping on black ice. Pretty much 2-3 months of ice and snow where I live. Never mind the driving wind and rain and freezing temps. An indoor trainer is brilliant for winter for a magnitude of reasons. You could walk everywhere and not have a car, that's free? You could stand outside someone's house and watch there tv/Netflix from through the window rather than have your own subscription, that's free? You could take extra napkins when out to wipe your (poo) instead of buying toilet roll, that's free?

lloydy187

RGT is pretty good, it has a subscription but there is also a few free routes that change around or you could try the Grand theft auto 5 cycling mod if you have a copy of the game XD

backyard

I'm going to be using mine at work while on a zoom call

XPL1C1T

Why don't you save yourself the expense and go outside? What will be next, indoor horse racing?

BeElite sports massage gun £70 @ Wiggle
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Posted 14th NovPosted 14th Nov
Seems to have good reviews and at a reasonable price to other options I’ve seen. Renpho £80 on amazon seems similiar (although usb-c) ——- Deep tissue massage effects for all level… Read more
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illy1965

If you want a deep tissue massage then this won't cut it, sure it will feel like it's doing something but it won't go deep enough to really break up the muscle fibres. I go to a sports massagest and that was what he told me I went for the theragun prime, it costs more (mine was around £230) but I know it will go really deep into the muscle which is what I wanted

leewills8

Looks like Steve Austin's bionic hip replacement (nerd)

whatyadoinsucka

No this isn’t a hairdryer for his quiff

wakkaday

Is this what Ronaldo uses

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