The risk of accidents is greater for cyclists than for many other road users, and a cyclist's low visibility in traffic has been found to be a significant contributor to this problem. This guide considers how we can improve the visibility of cyclists, to improve safety when riding in low light conditions. Read More
Your grip on the handlebars is essential to stay in control of a mountain bike. Go barehanded, and your grip will be diminished by sweaty palms or rain; with a pair of dedicated mountain bike gloves you will retain optimal grip and control. Read More
Cycling shoe covers (overshoes) are designed to be close-fitting; this can affect how easy they are to put on. Luckily, with the right technique and the right shoe covers, you will be able to do it in no time. Here are a few tips for putting on GripGrab Ride Shoe Covers.
A GripGrab CyclinGaiter is designed to stop water leaking between your calves and the cuff of your shoe covers. It provides a closer seal that will help to keep your feet dry, even in the wettest of riding conditions. They are simple to fit – here's how... Read More
The latest range of GripGrab overshoes / shoe covers features GripGrab's patented IntelliSeal technology; this is a zipp-less cuff to the shoe cover, which provides improved comfort and performance. In this guide we look at how to put on these new zipper-less overshoes. Read More
Whereas many people I know prefer running on hot summer days in split shorts, I’ve always been an absolute winter child and I love everything about winter. Running, for example, is one of my absolute favourite things to do in winter (especially when there’s quite a lot of snow) but picking the right clothes for a winter run can be quite tricky. Read More