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Clif bar £1.29 Stand LB126


Boost your energy with these bars, packed with wholesome delicious ingredients we actually recognise // Available in six


flavours // Made from rolled oats, fruits and nuts // Delivers a mix of carbohydrates, protein and fibre www.clifbar.co.uk


HardnutZ Hi Vis Gloss Black helmet £55 Stand LB800


Styled to be subtle in daylight, under car headlights


the reflective strips will light up like a Christmas tree // Lightweight, in-mould construction // 13 panels of Black 3M Scotchlite material // PC outer shell with impact-absorbing inner EPS // 19 vents to keep the air flowing // Removable visor www.hardnutz.com


Exposure Lights Revo dynamo light and hub £280 Stand LB1210


Dynamos no longer belong in days gone by – the Revo generates enough power at a low resistance to


GLANCE FIRST


sufficiently light an off-road ride // Newly developed dynamo hub allows light to be used on and off road // Stand Light Technology keeps light lit for 10 minutes when you stop riding // Maximum output of 800


lumens // Road- or mountain-specific hubs available // Weighs 110g // Bar-mounted www.exposurelights.com


Surly Krampus mountain bike £1,700 Stand LB1020


With its 29+ footprint it’s built for the trails – the Krampus rolls fast, holds speed and corners like it’s on rails // The long top tube and as short a rear as possible means lots of rolling inertia, grip and speed // 29x3” wheels equals 29+ // Run at 15-20psi the tyres deform around trail obstacles rather than telescopically compressing // Standard hub spacing of 100mm front, 135mm


rear // Tough 4130 CroMoly butted steel frame // Weighs about 30lbs www.surlybikes.com


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