Recently bought myself some <span class=”il”>Madison</span> Zenith men’s 4-Season DWR trousers.
Really impressed with them. Ordered them from Freewheel and had them delivered to a local Madison stockist. Meant I could try and them on and return for an instant refund if they didn’t fit.
Also have some Fox Flexair pants but find them a bit too…[Read more]
Many lights over many years – with much helpful service at minimal cost when I’ve had issues (like my son ripping the cables out in a crash).
Friend has just had her Exposure helmet light rebatteried for beer money. She’s chuffed to bits.
StirlingCrispin replied to the topic Anyone have an old Ay-Up gecko type helmet mount…… in the forum Bike Forum 2 weeks ago
I have a bar-mount if that’s of any use.
Can probably be converted to a helmet mount with some 3M stickle-bloc tape stuff.
<span style=”font-size: 0.8rem;”>For me:
Probably my MkII Soul. So much fun until it cracked at the chainstay.</span>
My Stanton Sherpa (latest gen) is up there, particularly if with fast tyres on. It is so much fun and makes you want to accelerate into everything. Grintastic.
Have fond memories on my Cotic Souk (mkII) until the chainstay…[Read more]
As Matt says –
Another route is Glen Artney through to Callander, north on NCN7 (which is stunning), and then south Loch Earn back to the start.
Make sure you check out the Earthquake House.