1. Findra Betty Neckwarmer £26.00
Made in Scotland from 100% merino sports wool, the Findra Betty offers a deluxe alternative to polyester neck warmers. Shown here is the Charcoal/Pollen colour scheme, but there are 5 designs to choose from.
2. Findra Trail Beanie £30.00
The reversible Findra Merino Wool Trail Beanie is a truly fetching hat in our favourite warm, breathable wool, and its available in two colourways.
3. Specialized Women’s BG Sport Glove RRP £20.00 £10.00
Although these are Specialized’s least expensive women’s track mitts, the fact that they boasts Body Geometry technology makes them among the best fingerless cycling gloves you can slip your hands into.
4. Liv Pourfast Dualflow Bottle £4.99
Featuring a patented, leak proof valve, even Liv’s bottles are better by design. Just like their bikes. The bottle is 100% BPA free – odour free and safe to reuse hundreds of times.
5. Liv Rev MIPS Women’s Helmet £99.99
Liv improve upon their professionally-proven superbly ventilated Rev helmet by upgrading it with Mips for extra head protection.
6. Liv Norsa Winter Headband £12.99
Not quite cold enough for a skull cap, not quite warm enough for a cap. Norsa winter headband features ThermTextura™ fabric construction that wicks sweat away from your forehead while protecting your ears from the chill.
7. Velo Culture Cake Stop Caddy £8.50
Handmade in Newcastle upon Tyne from an up-cycled inner tube, saving the rubber from landfill. An ingenious less-is-more back pocketable wallet to carry the essentials required – cash, card, coin and key – to enjoy a coffee/beer stop. See more Velo Culture
8. Knog Oi Bell £15.99