Monthly Archives: December 2012

  1. Gopro Hero 3 Black & Silver Edition review & comparison

    Ok, so not so much a review as much as a small list of tips & FAQ's. Our review will be posted over the next week or so.

    Did you see the documentary on BBC1 on Wednesday night? If not "The war on Britain's roads" is a must see for anyone who has ever ridden in busy traffic. As well as being full of breathtaking camera footage from commuters & cyclists across the country, it has testimony from drivers & cyclists alike & builds a quick insight into the minds of both sides in the ongoing battle for considerate treatment on Britain's roads.

    Throughout the program there was featured footage from the Gopro Hero HD camera, this year's must have gift for the cyclist or action sports fan. This camera is in short supply, but we have secured a limited amount for guaranteed delivery before Christmas.

    What's that I hear you say? I WANT A BLACK ONE! Well, they are in very short supply until the new year & some of the features may have wondering why you

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  2. Endura Dexter windproof glove review

    Quick one for you!

    I bought these a few months ago as my "Deluge" are too heavy & my full Monty's are to light & I have to say that I'm very impressed.

    Endura has a very good track record for manufacturing garments & accessories for cyclists that actually wear their gear day in & day out and don't want to pay the earth while they're at it. So it was no real surprise when I was browsing for some warmer gloves (whilst knocking around the £50 mark) that when I came lower & lower in price, I found another value for money Endura product lurking around the much more palatable £25 area.

    I won't bore you all with TOO much tech, but these are so light that in Scotland (where the sun rarely shines) I could definately use them for 9 months out of the year without feeling that I was "over egging" my gear. On a recent ride I found that they were very warm over a 30 mile ride that rose no further that a couple of degrees above zero all

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