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Hardnutz Stealth Hi Vis™ Gloss Black (Cycle Helmet - Road/MTB HN-103) -


£54.99 www.hardnutz.com


I have to admit that when cycling at home I don’t normally wear a helmet. I know I should, but as someone in their mid (late) 30’s, I grew up without one and can’t quite get used to them now. However, in the interests of embracing all things cycling – and safety is one of the key aspects to consider these days – I decided to try one. Cycling World have been working with Hardnutz for some


time now, so they were the natural place to seek my new hat, sorry helmet. The Stealth Hi Vis is as good a looking helmet as they come, and boasts industry leading design and technology. I thought you couldn’t look good wearing a helmet, but in the Stealth, you can and do.


Bob Elliot Funkier JS-640-L Winter L/S Thermal Base Layer


- £39.99 www.bob-elliot.co.uk


Base layers, compression tops or heat loss preventers? Apparently there is far more science to these must have tops than I had ever realised. Who’d have thought a top can keep you warm when it’s cold, and keep you cool when it’s warm?


Most that I have come across


are plain, one colour and rather boring to be honest, but then they aren’t Funkier.


Another excellent item from the Funkier range.


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January 2015 I Cycling World


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