Review – Ground Effect Flash Gordon Rain Shell Jacket

The cycling kit that I’ve been enjoying most this winter have both come from Ground Effect. One of these is the Flash Gordon rain shell which has been a welcome addition to my arsenal of cycle wear. It has seen plenty of use in wet, cold and windy conditions, sometimes it was so dreadful that it would normally have seen me retreating to the garage and indoor trainer. Flash Gordon features Ground Effect’s 2.5 layer Hydrofoil fabric treated with a water repellent finish. It’s light enough to be breathable, yet windproof. Yes, you do still get warm on the climbs […]

Review: TwoWheelCool Toe Cap for Cycling Shoes

As an alternative to cycling shoe booties, toe covers are convenient. Commonly made from neoprene, they help keep your toes and feet warm during cool […]

Review – Ri-Cycle brings style and comfort to urban...

River Island is a popular UK fashion retail chain with over 300 stores, and the power of internet shopping has created a strong international customer […]

Keep the Party Going with the Knog Combo Lock

For a while now, the focus of Knog has been on high powered bike lights, but they haven’t turned the lights off for their bike […]

Cycology Jersey: you are what you wear!

The Australian cycle leisure wear company Cycology have a big international audience who have fallen in love with the fresh bike styles. Their venture into […]

DVD review: The Armstrong Lie by Alex Gibney

What do you think about Lance Armstrong? I remember watching Armstrong racing in the Tour de France on SBS and winning time after time, but […]

Ground Effect delivers on women’s winter wear promise

Ground Effect’s women’s winter range makes some big promises which I was really hoping they could meet. In past years there have been winter mornings […]