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Cadence UK

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It is no longer hard or expensive to get yourself Cadence products over here (London) – because now they’ve got a UK website!

I’ve tried their new skyline shorts on and off the bike and to be honest, the only time I’ve taken them off is when I’m in bed! They are comfy riding shorts that have loops to hook your keys onto, belt loops to keep your shorts up and well sized back pockets to keep your stuff in. The stretchy material is awesome and it will stand the test of time.

  •  Photo by Monwar Hussain

I’ve used them in and around the city and on long distance rides. I also combined them with the Keta Jersey and with bib shorts underneath.

 Photo by Richard Vinluan

Moving onto the Keta jersey – it’s lightweight, race fitted and has back pockets to fit what you need in! Great for hot summer rides and it’s well ventilated, so it lets air in and it doesn’t make you feel too hot. The design is on point and looks good!

Written by Mikey Ramirez

August 20, 2015 at 9:45 pm

Ride In The Sun

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Today had to be the best day to be on your bike!

Met the guys (Indra and Kamal) at Cycle PS in Battersea, chilled for abit. And went for a ride with our mate Ian, road was busy in this awesome weather. People on their bikes, went around looking for a place to get my new frame painted. Bumped into Levi as we got to high street Ken, beging of the ride. Yeah, it was a fun day around London.


Written by Mikey Ramirez

April 20, 2015 at 9:44 pm

Chas / Oakley / London

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Chas of MASH fame, visited us in London a few weeks ago…  Well here is one of the reasons why, watch and enjoy.


Chas In London

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Chas just landed in London fresh today, what he did next was to build up his bike and hit the streets of London. We did some catching up with him and seeing what his been up to, talking about race mainly bike stuff. It’s a quick visit so give him a high five or a holla if you see him n the streets! 

It’s good to see you, Chas!

Written by Mikey Ramirez

March 8, 2015 at 10:33 pm

Giro Ambient City Gloves

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2015/01/img_0538.jpgI saw this gloves early last year coming out in the States side, wanted to get my hands on it but wasn’t successful. But when I looked again it was finally came out for us over here so I ordered it and now let me test these gloves out. It’s easy for me to copy and paste what it says on the web but i’m not gonna do that, let me give a few words on theses Ambient city gloves.

2015/01/img_0558.jpgThe gloves is full real leather (soft), the fitting is pretty much true to size and real comfy. Thermal fleece lining works well so far, riding out here on a 3 degree temperature but what works so well is I can use my iPhone without taking  my gloves off, I can take photos, calls, text and liking pictures on Instagram. Its a wind and water resistant gloves the only thing is while having it on, the wrist closure is short and can lead draught on the forearm and a cold wrist. It has a nice soft microfibre panel on the thumb area good for wiping your sweats or runny nose.
The gloves on the handle bar is comfortable and doesn’t feel bunched up, I use these gloves off the bike and it looks good. I didn’t feel silly wearing it as its a slim fitted and not bulky. On top that it doesn’t look like a typical bike gloves. All in all I love the the gloves and I would say if you got the money buy it, don’t forget it’s real leather and you can use it on and off your bike!



Get it HERE!!!

Written by Mikey Ramirez

January 20, 2015 at 2:50 pm

Uniqlo Heat Tech Pursuits

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Here is a short video of the Uniqlo x FGL event at Look mum no hands, Old street.

Written by Mikey Ramirez

January 6, 2015 at 5:51 pm

A Day On The Velodrome

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Back in October my wife got me a track session to the Lee Valley velodrome for my birthday present, so today I went to the track for the first time ever. I was scared and excited at the same time, the only thing I had on my mind was I hope I’ll stick to the corners and not slip!

It was funny hearing people say “ah, it feels funny riding a fixed bike, it will take some time to get use to it”. See I would say that when I’m on a free wheel bike. So the coach explained some rules and how to be safe on the track. This is the safest place to ride a bike, but that depends on how you ride on it!


After a few laps around the safe side of the track, we got onto the track itself. I didn’t hit the corners right way I wanted to see how it felt at the bottom, then each lap I started to go higher and faster till I felt right and natural. Going down the corner from that height gives you that ‘damn that was fast’ feeling.. It felt I was in a roller coaster ride. Got told off for over taking and not looking back, but I guess that’s the street side of me? Maybe or just having too much fun and forgetting there’s other people on the track.
It was a fun experience but I can’t see this for me on the long run, first I can’t ride as fast as I can, second I’m so use on having cars and other stuff in front of me and I like that feeling..
But I’m glad I did it!
Thanks Goldie for getting me this for my birthday.





Written by Mikey Ramirez

December 10, 2014 at 10:16 pm


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