Cycling kit for kids…where from?

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  • fubar
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    I’ve not used them but came across this on the Lusso site:-

    http://www.justjuniorscyclewear.co.uk

    Decathlon – often have clearance stuff for much cheapness

    Aus
    Member

    My 12 year old is interested so would like to get a basic jacket, padded shorts etc. Where from that’s not too pricey?

    Ta

    Decathlon here, too my two boys seem to live in their thermal running leggings whenever they get the chance – both under their padded cycling baggy shorts and also under their football stuff.

    Premier Icon jamj1974
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    I’ve used Amazon as well as Islabikes and Decathlon. Got some really nice Polaris baggy and liner shorts and a wicking top from Amazon most recently.

    Got 3 of em on the bikes mixture of decathlon & believe or not & even better sports direct (muddy fox)- dirt cheap as well ! 🙄

    eskay
    Member

    I have bought Lusso bibs for my 10 & 12 yr old
    They have night vision jackets that fit nicely
    Sky Adidas (small) tops fit them, there are some Sky/British cycling tops that fit 10-12 year olds.
    Altura do some small stuff that fit kids.

    As above, Sports Direct (online only) do some really cheap stuff including small mtb and road shoes.

    Ebay and bike radar are good sources for second hand clothing if you are not bothered about pre-worn garments.

    Are you talking about MTB or road riding?

    How tall is she? I may have some stuff that does not fit them anymore.

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