- winter road bike gloves
assuming alloy rims, swisstop green – the best bad weather pads bar none. They may seem pricy but compare that cost to a trip to the dentist cos you grabbed a load of lever and nothing happened… don’t feel bad about wearing them out, that’s what they are for, although keeping the rim and pad clean helps the longevity
winter gloves – Aldi. Really, they are great. You could spend a lot and get the same outcome.Posted 4 years agogarage-dwellerSubscriber
Having been out on the roadie on Sunday I realise the weeks left in track mitts this year are limited so can anyone recommend some good winter road bike gloves preferably bright with some reflective stuff for the commute and foul weather?
Also what brake pads for someone who uses them a bit too much? I am heavy (but a bit slow) so a bit of bite won’t go amiss.
ThanksPosted 4 years agocynic-alMember
I do work for them but I think these are good for road:Posted 4 years agomrblobbyMember
+1 for some winter wheels and winter rubber, and salmon pads.
For winter gloves I use some Craft lobster ones. They are brilliant. They’ve got a removable inner five finger glove liner thing and then the outer lobster glove has plenty of room for your fingers to wiggle about and stay warm (so you can take the inner out if it’s too warm.) Never had cold hands with these on.Posted 4 years ago
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