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Sugru Direct: Cycle trade launch soon


WITH PLANS to host a cycle trade launch in February, Sugru has demonstrated its worth to the cyclist by introducing a handy magnet kit – making it simple as can be to mount lights to lids and GPS units to handlebars. For the uninitiated, Sugru is a clay like substance that is packaged in foil to keep it fresh. Remove it from the packaging and apply it to anything you’d like held down, or modified to suit. After 24 hours Sugru sets and becomes very difficult to remove, making it ideal for fixing down bike lights and the like. To keep up to date with the label and its plans for the cycling business, follow @sugru on Twitter, or check in with BikeBiz early in 2014.


Sigma lights Sigma Sport: 01692 650673


THREE NEW lights have joined the Sigma catalogue – the Mono RL and FL, as well as the Siggi. Thanks to the integrated lithium ion batteries with a Micro USB recharging function, these effervescent lights are ready to use after a day in the office. Available in black or white, the circular Mono FL is


perfect for use in cities. The practical click switch with a clear on/off response can be easily operated while wearing gloves. The light lasts for up to five hours in power mode and eight hours in flashing mode. The ultra-bright white 0.5-watt power LED provides excellent illumination. Available in black or white, the Mono RL lasts for up to seven hours in power mode. The ultra-bright red 0.5-watt power LED and Sigma loop light system ensure good visibility from up to 400 meters. Whether in the black and white or red and white


version, the Siggi is visually attractive. This unit lasts for up to five hours in power mode, up to nine hours in standard mode, and up to eight hours in flashing mode.


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MacWet gloves Direct: 08456039075


NEED AN all round stock of gloves for your outdoor loving customers? MacWet’s gloves aren’t specific to cycling, but are nonetheless ideal for two wheels, four hooves, or simply for walking through the woods. With a keen focus on fit, the label has a wide size


chart. The gloves are designed to adapt to changes in temperature and moisture levels, ensuring that the wearer benefits from their ‘all grip, no slip’ technology. The glove range is priced at between £27.99 and £29.99 and sizing information can be found at macwet.com.


Whackjob Bamboo socks Direct to retail: www.whackjob.co.uk


DEVON’S ETHICAL cycle clothing maker Whackjob has announced the addition of bamboo fibre socks at £12 a pair. Reinforced in key areas for longevity, the socks


don’t go over the top on design, instead choosing to let the fabric do the talking. Bamboo is ideal for socks, being naturally anti-microbial, as well as extremely soft and fast wicking. Like all other garments from Whackjob, the bamboo is ethically sourced. Retail partners are sought to carry the label, which offers no minimum order terms. Founder Joel Teague is readily available to discuss opportunities.


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