Being fully equipped with the right gear helps you have more freedom, fitness and fun.
We've divided our list of gear into Must Haves, Should Haves and Nice to Haves for you and your bike. Whether you're just getting started or looking to step your riding game up we've got the best gear to take your riding to the next level.
Protect your noggin.
If you're in it for the long haul padded shorts are a must. Stay comfy and prevent chaffing on long rides.
In warmer weather short finger gloves are the popular choice. Most have a padded leather or synthetic-leather palm and moisture-absorbing terry cloth for dabbing sweat or a runny nose. For colder weather a pair of wicking, breathable, full finger bike gloves are a must.
Look sharp and stay comfortable while riding. With high-tech, breathable fabrics that wick moisture away from your body and allow maximum range of motion bike jerseys are a huge step up from riding in just a t-shirt.
Sure, you can ride a bike in just about any pair of shoes, but if you ride regularly you can benefit from shoes designed for bicycling.
Hydration is key to performing your best.
Flat Repair Kit
Nobody likes a flat tire.
Stow all your gear
Multi-Tool (with chain break)
Carry a mobile workshop
Safety Lights (Front and Rear)
See and be seen
If you're riding a bike with suspension this is a must.
A must for any garage or workshop that has a bike or six in it.
You and your bike deserve a change of scenery.
Don't leave home without 'em
Protect your investment.
Ding, ding! A small, but important part of bike safety.
NICE TO HAVE
Flat prevention (tubeless upgrade or liners/sealant)
Lighter, fast action & sealed bearings make for a quicker, smoother ride.
The touchpoints of your bike - lighter/stronger handlebar, stem, seat and post.
Bike Rear Rack
Panniers & Bags
More info coming soon