I have the Sealskin lobsters and they're bloody lovely. Silk liners when it was -2 then other day though.
Shorts, knee warmers, bib tights. Base layer, arm warmers, Gabba, Gilet. Glove liners, lobster claws. Double buff under the helmet. Thermal socks, shoes and overshoes.
Was actually rather pleasant the whole way in. Thank christ it wasn't wet!
I've got the 607 bibh tights to wear over my S5 shorts and they're pretty lovely.
Bit meh in the rain, but you warm up eventually.
That looks like it fits the bill nicely.
Fucked up because... reasons.
After a close call and a brief slip from my Mini V's, i'm thinking of getting a new fork and a disc brake on the front of my pomp - any recommendations for specs? Open to carbon if the fork is sub £100.
Stipulation - has to have mounts for mudguards.
Just missed that downpour - flatmate was suitably soaked, but happy.
7/10 by proxy.
I go for a large in rapha usually, but hopefully i'll be glad I went for XL for that winter fleece LS from Spexcel.
Any reports on their delivery times?
Check the washing that's supposed to be dry this morning to find my Gabba still soaking wet, so clobber together all the other layers that I own to take its place. Might been to get another LS jersey for this winter #buyer
cold/sweaty hard work this morning. 6/10.
I'm frighteningly similar to your dimensions - how does the Spexcel kit fit on you and does it ship with the Spexcel logo or... other? Been on the lookout for the LS Rapha lookalike
Dibs Cane Creek Crosstop lever! PM sent.
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