Headsox Multifunction Headwear

Buy Headsox for a multifunctional, seamless head and neckwear accessory made from stretchy micro fibre or microfiber-wool mix that are very useful and extremely light weight for bike riders. They can act as beanie, neck warmer and balaclava - all in one ride

They're light and flexible and provide the ideal defence from the elements... helping to keep you cool when the going gets hot in summer, and protecting your head, ears and neck when the chill starts to kick in.

On the bike they are very flexible - breaking the wind up high for an early start - then pulled down to the neck when warmed up. In warmer weather they are a great alternative to sunscreen! keeping the sun off the neck - and head under the helmet - and particularly cooling when wet! They have been used from breaking the cold in a Melbourne winter to protecting from an African desert sandstorm

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Halo Anti Freeze Headband

Great purchase for warm ears in the freezing cold.

Cycling jacket

Great jacket for the rain and lightweight so that one can keep it in back of top when rain stops

Good winter jersey

I brought one of these jerseys, coupled with the BBB Coldshield bib tights last year prior to moving to Canberra. Yeap, negative temperatures and they have performed excellently. The fit is comfortable and I've found the warmth factor to be satisfactory a little on the chill side but not uncomfortable. Slightly chill is good 'cause a few of my morning rides into work (26km) have meant leaving home when it's -6 degrees and not much warmer at the destination and you quickly warm up on the hills. This jersey has had a good workout this year and I'm planning on getting a second, just hanging out hoping they'll come on sale soon though I will say the price is pretty good value even at full price.

Excellent winter riding tights

I brought a pair of these, coupled with the BBB Triguard jersey last year prior to moving to Canberra. Yeap, negative temperatures they have performed excellently. The fit is snug, as you would want it to be, but very comfortable and I've found the warmth factor to be satisfactory, which is good 'cause a few of my morning rides into work (26km) have meant leaving home when it's -6 degrees and not much warmer at the destination. The chamois is also quite comfortable and keeps its shape. These bibs have had a good workout this year and I'm planning on getting a second pair, just hanging out hoping they'll come on sale soon though I will say the price is pretty good value even at full price.