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COLOMBIAN apparel label Suarez has a wide range of winter clothing available to UK bike dealers, including a Winter Jacket. With a SemiRelax fit, the jacket provides wind resistance via Thermo Wind technology and thermal lycra. There is reflective 3M detailing for visibility, plus a back pocket. Also available

from the brand is a Winter Skull Cap. Part of the Performance Line, it too offers a SemiRelax fit, Thermo Fleece technology, flat lock stiches and comes in one size.

Elsewhere, the brand has leg and arm warmers to help riders combat the chills of the cold seasons.

protection whilst remaining breathable and comfortable to wear. The Bib Tights are also thermal, double-seated, feature four-way stretch, foot loops and are machine washable. The Windtex Thermal Jacket has been completely redesigned too, now sporting new gen Windtex (£89.99), the jacket comes in three colours with a full front zip and four rear pockets – one zipped. Other range highlights include the Max


LUSSO’S WINDTEX Bib Tights (£89.99) have been completely redesigned, featuring new generation Windtex and designed to offer unrivalled wind

Moore Large

EXCLUSIVE TO Moore Large, Vangard has a range of underwear for winter weather, from vests, net vests, gloves, skull caps, facemasks, balaclava and generally everything you’d need to boost warmth while still keeping breathable. The Micro Trans Headband (£16.49), Elite MTS gloves and Elite MTS Skull Cap with fleece ear warmers and flat seams are all best-sellers in the range. New arrivals from Vangard include

mens’ and womens’ long sleeve tops, both making use of Elite Wool, which is

Repel Bib Tights (£64.99) to keep riders warmer and drier. There’s also the Breathe Long Sleeve Jersey (£49.99), designed to keep cyclists warm on cooler rides, it is highly breathable to keep riders dry. The waist has a rubberised gripper to stop it riding up and the pockets are deep enough for glove, food and tools. The wicking fabric comes in four colours: Red, Flo Yellow, Blue and Black. 0161 724 5222

ideal for delivering comfort and high perspiration transport. Both retail at £54.99. The rest of the Vangard range is no stranger to cycle press plaudits, including the Elite MTS mens Short Sleeve and the Windflex Elite MTS Zip Collar. Another key range for the

season comes from Proviz. The revolutionary light system features self-contained, USB chargeable systems that can – cleverly – interchange between the Nightrider products. The Proviz Triviz is USB-chargeable

and runs for over 12 hours on constant and works with the vest, jackets, rucksacks and bags. 01332 274200


OUTDOOR BRAND Keela has boosted its cycling (and running) credentials with its latest multi-sport range, including the Lynx MA Jacket. A highly technical piece, the Lynx MA features Keela’s own StretchTec Advance fabric, which keeps wind at bay while preventing overheating. It’s lightweight, durable and boasts the largest pit-zips in the Keela apparel collection, providing superfast cooling when required. Also in the Multi-sport range is the

stylish, high performance Ladies’ Liberty MA jacket, likewise featuring StretchTec fabric. It offers similar technical features to the Lynx MA, but has a flattering feminine cut. For those looking for ultra-lightweight protection, the Condor MA and the Ladies’ Coyote


THE MADISON Genesis Pro Team thermal jacket (£129.99) is a heavyweight thermal jacket designed to keep folks warm on the harshest of British winter days. Custom built from the ground up for the demands of the Madison Genesis race team, with input from Team Director Roger Hammond and the team riders, the pre-curved shape gives ultra comfort when in the riding position. Three rear hand pockets offer enough space for spare tubes, tools, food and a race cape, and the secure zipper pocket keeps phone and keys safe. Windproof and waterproof panels on

the front, sides and over the shoulders ensure the bitterest of winds won't stop riders from getting some winter miles in. The thermal Roubaix panel on the rear provides warmth without over heating,

Oxford Products

THE BRIGHT Top Active is a top selling product in Oxford’s reflective rider wear range. The top is highly reflective and suitable for a wide range of activities including cycling, ATVs and motorcycling, running, horse riding and general walking. One of the key features of the Bright Top Active is the quality material made by Reflexite, making it one of few garments on the market passing the BSEN1150: 1999 standard, we’re told. For 2012 the Bright top has been

MA are both made from Keela’s Flylite Ultra fabric, which is extremely light, wind-resistant and breathable. As a bonus, both jackets can be converted into gilets when the going gets hot.

while reflective detailing on the lower back, shoulders and elbows boost visibility. The elasticated rear hem with silicone gripper keeps the jacket in place. This limited edition colour way is

decorated with the Madison Genesis Team livery and is exactly the same garment as worn by the team.

slightly redesigned with protective flaps at the top and bottom to stop the zipper from coming into contact with the skin or paintwork. The top has been made with breathable lining for ultimate comfort and also features individual stretch panels giving it a comfortable compressed fit, enabling flexibility with movement,

whatever the activity. RRP is £34.99 and it’s available in sizes

XS – XXXXL. For more info contact Oxford via or 01993 862 300.



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