Take more acid and it becomes apparent.
Yeah I think I liked the wrong image - the xc jersey is out there too
Also sound advice for life in general
we are peak stylish cycling kit, I may revert back to castelli/DHB.
Cant go wrong with castelli
I have a string vest from the eighties would beg to differ.
"Ice-white sleeveless mesh base layer" my arse!
my long sleeve turned up and went for a ride earlier. so damn comfy and perfect for a slightly grey ride in 16 degrees. maybe not the best angle but (XL) fits perfect. love the length of the arms for my ganglyness. L was quite short on my torso and tricky to zip up. Feel like they fit even tighter than rapha pro team (usually wear L)
Am I doing it rite etc
If they're already selling fast why waste advertising budget. Surely people don't fall for that.... Do they?
NSFW warning ffs
That shirt isn’t helping
Was too slow to follow up on this and now it looks like they've all gone. I've got a pair of 'Kando' ones, which are great, but also annoyingly discontinued. Might have to wait until the next edition of 'Uniqlo x Something' ultra light shorts comes up
I'm sure this belongs here
Any suggestions for something similar to the Uniqlo X theory shorts? Or just anything hard wearing and lightweight? I'm tempted by the Swrve camp shorts after hearing people's positive reviews on here but £70 for a pair of shorts seems like a lot...
Hi, trying to get back on the bike with some extra weight... I have circa 2012 CdC jersey and bibs and old Rapha jersey that still fit somehow (because they're old and streched I guess) but looking for today's options and I moslty see very adjusted stuff. What are the brands/range/models that would be relaxed enough to accomodate a non-racer body for non-racy (but still road) stuff, with a bit of this thing youngsters call "gravel"?
Suggestions for larger circumference Cycle caps please.
Bought some Condor caps and even with the elastic cut it’s too tight.
I have a fat head.
I've started buying pretty much all my caps off this guy.
His standard size is pretty big but he'll also do bigger if you ask. Great patterns and Nice bloke to boot as well.
I have a square head and tend to use synthetic fabric caps as they are far more stretchy and thus comfortable. Castelli ones are the best I've found so far. Their 'A/C' one is mesh and good in very hot conditions, if you are as sweaty as me.
@cake @chez_jay thanks
https://www.prendas.co.uk/products/prendas-il-grande-black-cotton-cap (also available in white, red, blue)?
I like the Albion caps. May buy another colour actually
Décathlon hiking shorts have been great for years for me. No chamois obviously, if that's a deal breaker
Don't worry about formatting, just type in the text and we'll take care of making sense of it. We will auto-convert links, and if you put asterisks around words we will make them bold.
For a full reference visit the Markdown syntax.
© LFGSS, powered by microcosm.
Report a problem
London Fixed Gear and Single-Speed is a community of predominantly fixed gear and single-speed cyclists in and around London, UK.
This site is supported almost exclusively by donations. Please consider donating a small amount regularly.