Zyro Open House: Report 6

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Altura “Apex” baggy short. Stretch crotch and rear panels. Removable inner short with Progel pad. Leg vents. Side pockets. Rear waist adjusters. Just that little bit more rufty-tufty than their “Mayhem” short.

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Altura “Semi Dry” 3/4 baggy shorts. Waterproof rear panels and taped seams. Non-waterproof at the front. Waterproof stretchy buttock-tops area. Articulated knees. Adjustable leg openings.

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Altura “Flexx Stretch” baggy short. Stetchy as the name suggests. Hand pockets and zipped rear pocket. Available with or without a removable padded inner short.

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A new “convertible” zip-off sleeve jersey. One zip per shoulder, sleeves come off together (joined together by across-the-shoulder yoke panel). Not available just yet but hopefully released in time for Summer.

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Altura “Classic” short sleeve jersey. Retro styling. Modern material. Long front zip. 3 rear pockets. Only available in black…

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…and here’s the mitt to match the retro jersey.

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Altura “Quantum Tee” jersey. A ladies version of the men’s “Mayhem Tee”. Loose fit riding top. Available in brown/blue (pictured) or black.

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Yes, it’s a folding bike. Unlike a lot of other diddy wheeled folders, the Dahon Ios XL sports 24in hoops and it’s not much bigger (when folded) than a 20in wheeler. It also had a couple of features that caught our eye…

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A snap-over chain cover. We think this product should be available on its own as it’s ideal for fitting to singlespeed or hub-geared bikes with trouser-killing oily chains that get occasionally/frequently used for commuting on.

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Dahon’s “Biologic Postpump” seatpost. It’s a track pump in a seat post. Cool in its own way.

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