Throughout history, cycling has always been innovative and obsessed with new ways of optimizing the sport or making the ride more comfortable and pleasurable. Cycling is continuously evolving and new exciting products are presented each season. While some have taken years to develop others are stable classics which are updated, re-tweaked and remixed into more modernized versions. Faster, better, stronger. But some products remain as they are. As the saying goes; “If it ain’t broke, why fix it”? Enter - THE COVER SOCK. Read More
Knitted gloves have for many years had a place in cycling. In the 1960s Fausto Coppi and Eddy Merckx achieved maximum style-points by wearing Crochet gloves, a knitted glove with leather palm. Replicas can still be seen at classic races such as L’Eroica and on any Rouleur worth his salt. Read More
At GripGrab the range of shoe covers are renowned for addressing the coldest climates you get thrown at you on your bike. After all, we are from the North, so we’ve grown accustomed to extreme weather conditions. Even though our product line is very comprehensive we still felt a key element was missing: An extreme rain shoe cover, which will keep your feet and legs dry from spray and dirt in the wettest conditions you can imagine. COME HELL OR HIGH WATER, if you like. Read More
On this crisp morning, across Denmark; a teacher, a technician, a photographer, an engineer, a media assistant and a glass specialist are all heading to their bikes. Read More
Going deep – Mathieu van der Poel left it all out there on the road, and then some. As easy as his wins in the cyclocross season might appear, Mathieu knows how to dig deep and fight for his victories. Read More
Today is a celebration of colour. A ride dedicated to seeing and experiencing the beauty of this Mediterranean island, and the spectrum of springtime shades that compose its landscape.
On the start line Sanne Cant (BE) — one of the big favourites, and current World Champion, makes a last minute change of gloves; a cold Danish drizzle has begun, and she gets out her Insulators for added warmth. A cycling cap underneath her helmet provides some added warmth, too. The details complete. The race is on.
How far can we ride into the frozen wilderness? Will we experience comfort or despair under a blanket of snow? Will we find grip and traction on ice rink roads? Will we freeze? These questions, and many more alike flash through our minds, as we leave the port of Copenhagen
— our ferry steaming ahead towards Oslo.
A canvas left drying It was 69 minutes on a Sunday. Not any given Sunday, but that Sunday. The 2018 Cyclocross World Championships. We will all remember the deep ruts of mud, welcoming and embracing riders with deceitful promises of soft resistance, and plenty of lines leading to failure – And one line leading to glory Read More