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How do I pick out the right clothes to ride my bike to work?

Do you battle the elements every day during your commute to work by bike? These handy tips will make your ride more comfortable and safer:

Protect yourself from rain and wind

✓ Opt for a decent raincoat that is not only waterproof but ventilating.

✓ A triple-layer system will always keep you warm on your bike.

✓ Add a pair of rainproof pants to your outfit. You should be able to put these on over your regular pants.

✓ Opt for a set of Gore-Tex® overshoes to keep your feet nice and dry.

Stand out and be seen

✓ Opt for cycling clothes in bright colours.

✓ Wear reflective clothing.

✓ Opt for the proper lighting on your bike so that it complies with the laws.

Picking the right helmet

✓ Opt for a lightweight, comfortable cycling helmet that fits perfectly.

✓ Buy it brand-new. That’s the only way to be certain that your helmet is sturdy.

✓ The circumference of your head is the same as your helmet size.

How do I pick out the right mountain biking clothes?

A little bad weather won’t scare a true mountain biker. These handy tips will keep you out on the trail on your mountain bike, in the height of summer or the depths of winter:

✓ Do you want to always be ready for any change in the weather? Then opt for the triple-layer system (base layer + jersey + windbreaker).

✓ Make sure your helmet fits your head well and has good ventilation.

✓ Opt for special cycling shoes that have a deeper tread on the sole.

✓ Opt for lined, windproof gloves. This not only protects you from the cold, but from injuries if you fall.

How do I pick out the right racing cycling clothes?

Are you somebody who regularly heads out of the gates on your racing cycle for a high-speed exploration of the Belgian roadways? Whether you’re a cycling tourist or a professional, these tips will help you pick out the right cycling outfit:

✓ Make sure to opt for aerodynamic, lightweight materials.

✓ Make sure that your base layer fits snugly (depending on the temperatures, you can opt for a thinner or thicker base layer).

✓ Wear a cycling jersey with removable sleeves in cooler temperatures.

✓ Always opt for pants with bib straps – these stay in place better – and a good chamois pad.

✓ Opt for special racing shoes that are aerodynamically designed and have good closures so that you are able to push and pull on the pedals well.

✓ Wear overshoes if rain is in the forecast.

✓ Wear lined, windproof gloves. This not only protects you from the cold, but from injuries if you fall.

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