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Cycling Gear Back at Lidl
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http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/....index.ar1

The Jacket, Trousers and Jerseys (why you would want a Jersey now you have a SKetchy one is beyond me) are all good quality for those on a budget.

Starts on the 23rd.
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#2
will the Assorted Climbing Plants or Ferns help on the uphil rides?
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#3
thanks for that ben .... i need some trousers for the winter anyhow
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#4
trousers look a bit tight...

Im waiting for them to bring some waterproof trousers out, might get those shoes for the commute ride.
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#5
"Buzz" Wrote:trousers look a bit tight...

Im waiting for them to bring some waterproof trousers out, might get those shoes for the commute ride.

are they not waterproof then ? doubt ill be tempted then Big Grin

good point about the shoes .... im going to get a cheap pair of SPD shoes for my SPD pedals ...
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#6
I started on LIDL Spds! - worth a shot if you are just trying to see if you get on with SPD.

The trousers are very good actually, I still wear shorts over them, but great in the winter (except when claggy wet mud clings to them!)  Sad
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"BMJBOY" Wrote:I started on LIDL Spds! - worth a shot if you are just trying to see if you get on with SPD.

The trousers are very good actually, I still wear shorts over them, but great in the winter (except when claggy wet mud clings to them!)  Sad

tis what i thought ... managed to get SPD shoes and pedals for less then £40 Smile

so the trousers can be used more like leg warmers then ?
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#8
"TooYoungToKnow" Wrote:so the trousers can be used more like leg warmers then ?

Its be proven just before WWII that trousers do keep legs warm yes.

Once that was proved they added sleeve to shirts - genius.

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If they are the same as what I bought, then they are padded "leggings" type bottoms - work very well on very wintery rides, but theyre not waterproof.
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"BMJBOY" Wrote:Its be proven just before WWII that trousers do keep legs warm yes.

Once that was proved they added sleeve to shirts - genius.

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If they are the same as what I bought, then they are padded "leggings" type bottoms - work very well on very wintery rides, but theyre not waterproof.

you know what i meant  >Sad Big Grin
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#10
Nice one - will be getting some gloves, socks and am tempted by the bike rack to go outside my door to wash the bike.  I think the mud on the white wall might be a bit messy, but as its my house - who gives a damn!
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