You are in tip-top condition after a summer on the cycle. But indoor cycling is not quite the same as a steep hill in the Ardennes. So how do you keep your fitness up in the winter? Heated cycle gloves, a base layer and heated insoles keep you warm while training.
- In warm clothing you get started quicker.
You know yourself: you put your winter cycling gear on, with your gloves and perhaps even thermal underwear. Even so, getting on your cycle in the cold still shows great devotion.
Until you put on 30seven® heated cycle wear. You have warm hands straight away and the heated insoles in your footwear give you an extra spring in your step.
- You reduce the risk of injury
Every cyclist knows that it’s a bad idea to start without warming up properly. When you wear heated socks and a base layer you are guaranteed warm feet and a warm body. Yes, you still need to warm up for fifteen minutes or so, but the heated winter cycle wear reduces your risk of injury.
- Your cycle wear is sturdy and wind-proof
In winter, it’s not just the cold you have to contend with. On the cycle you may have to cope with a biting wind. Our cycle wear is made from hardwearing material, with wind-proof material where you need it most. But still very light and with excellent freedom of movement.