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Top 5 essentials to keep you riding through winter.

[1] Lights
As the days get shorter, no matter whether you're training of commuting, it's pretty likely you'll be doing some riding in the dark. There's only really 2 reasons that you need lights, but they both happen to be pretty good ones. #1 To see. A critical function for any rider, and even if you travel along a fairly well lit route, there's no doubt that a some point you'll come across potholes, gaps in the street lighting, or something else that makes you wish you could see in the dark. #2 Be seen. Cars, pedestrians and other riders want to avoid you just as much as you want to avoid them. Give them the best chance you can to do that, and help keep everyone safe. View All Lights »
 
Gemini Olympia 1700 Lumen Light System 4 Cell
RRP $279.99
Club Price $252
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Tioga ET USB-Charging Rear Light (Black)
RRP $24.99
Club Price $22
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Lightset Basta 0.5W Polaris & Super Flash Rear
RRP $79.99
Club Price $45
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[2] Gloves
There's no hiding the fact that your fingers don't work all that hard on a ride. Brake. Shift. Hang on. It's all important, but it's definitely not strenuous. Combine this lack of activity with a cold day, and your fingers can give you more grief than your legs do on a tough climb. Full finger cycling gloves will block wind chill and provide insulation, while still offering the grip and dexterity you need to brake, shift and hang on. In summary, they'll do you a big favour for a very small investment. View All Gloves »
 
Pearl Izumi Cyclone Gloves
RRP $49.99
Club Price $45
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Netti Therma-Flex Fleece Full Finger Glove
RRP $29.99
Club Price $27
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BBB Raceshield Gloves
RRP $34.99
Club Price $28
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[3] Arm and Leg Warmers
What happens some days (particularly on longer riders) is that you start out very cold, but as both you and the day around you warm up, you no longer require all the layers you did when you set out. Enter warmers, which are most commonly worn on the arms and knees, and simply slide on and off the exposed skin when required. This allows you to stay warm early on, then as the sun comes out you simply pull off said warmers on the go, without needing to stop the bike. They're then small enough to easily tuck away into your jersey pockets for the rest of the ride. View All Arm and Leg Warmers »
 
Pearl Izumi Elite Thermal Black Arm Warmer
RRP $39.99
Club Price $35
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Pearl Izumi Elite Thermal Knee Warmer Black
RRP $49.99
Club Price $45
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Netti Super Roubaix Armwarmer Black
RRP $39.99
Club Price $27
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[4] Jackets and Vests
When you need a bit more warmth, cycle specific jackets and vests offer the optimal level of warmth, ventilation and protection for active riders. Particularly if you're setting off for a wet ride, a jacket will protect your arms and torso from the rain, while still being lightweight and non-restrictive. A vest is perfect for cooler rides where you just want to block some of the wind chill around your chest. Vests are generally wind proof at the front, and well ventilated at the back to prevent over heating. They're also lightweight and compact enough to take off and tuck into your jersey pockets if you do get too hot. View All Jackets and Vests »
 
Pearl Izumi Elite Barrier Jacket Black/White
RRP $119.99
Club Price $99
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Pearl Izumi Elite Barrier Vest Black/White
RRP $99.99
Club Price $84
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Limar Shower Rain Jacket
RRP $39.99
Club Price $36
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[5] Indoor Trainers
An indoor trainer removes any excuses you can think of for not riding. You can set it up anywhere you like (even in front of the TV) allowing you to continue riding regardless of time of day, nasty weather etc. The less expensive magnetic trainers offer a cost effective option, and are great for riders that just want the occasional 'bail out' option without having to spend too much. Fluid trainers offer a more realistic riding feel due to the way resistance is applied, and are generally preferred by riders intending to use the trainers as a more integral part of their riding. View All Indoor Trainers »
 
JetBlack Z1 Fluid SRS Indoor Trainer
RRP $359
Club Price $259
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JetBlack M1 Magnetic Indoor Trainer
RRP $269
Club Price $179
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Jetblack S1 Sport Indoor Trainer
RRP $199.99
Club Price $109
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Huge savings on big-brand bikes for every season.
 
Merida Scultura Comp U904 Yellow/Black (2013)
RRP $2249
Club Price $1911
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Merida Scultura Comp 905 (2013)
RRP $2599
Club Price $2209
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Cube Agree GTC Pro (2013)
RRP $2499
Club Price $1999
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Merida Big Ninety-Nine 1000 (2013)
RRP $2799
Club Price $2239
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Merida Ride Lite Juliet 94 Womens (2012)
RRP $1699
Club Price $1409
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Charge Scourer (2012)
RRP $999
Club Price $798
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Cube Acid Black/White (2012)
RRP $1499
Club Price $1199
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Norco Nitro 6.1 (2012)
RRP $1949
Club Price $1559
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Norco Valence Alloy 3 Forma (2012)
RRP $999
Club Price $799
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