It was really nice to meet Sian and Thomas at the Cycle Show last week and to get a look at the many products that Cyclorise distribute in the UK. Getting a close up look at the Louri frame strap and getting my own in a bike colour matching orange was a bonus.
The strap allows you to attach some essentials to your bike for races or when you want to travel a little lighter. Its really useful and easy to use – watch my video for the full low down.
The Louri strap costs £18.99 for the frame version and £17.99 for the saddle mount version.
Why a sort of review? Cos I only “sort of” rode there.
Being a little pushed for time but also being in the neighbourhood of one of the first “trail centres” I heard of when I started mountain biking a few years ago, meant that I had to give it some sort of a visit. And the sun was shining so it would have been rude not to, even if I was only able to stay for an hour or so. So here goes: Continue reading “Lee Quarry – A Sort of Review”→
I’ve never worn goggles before, only when paint balling, as I’ve never been skiing or snowboarding or ridden a motorbike. I may have worn goggles go karting or quad biking – I can’t be sure and it really doesn’t matter. What matters is, I have never worn goggles on a mountain bike until Saturday.
The “enduro” joke still stands and the micky taking still occurs. You should only wear goggles with a full face helmet. Why do the enduro racers wear them?
Well, I bought mine first and foremost because they were a limited / signature edition and were in camo! #OiOi
The Ben Deakin signature model Parker MTB Goggles from Melon Optics were begging to be bought by me to go with my Troy Lee Designs A1 helmet, Dakine Session and Adidas Terrex all in camo. I love it! I’m sure I’m still a 9 year old boy at heart! LOL