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What to Wear to Keep You Cycling Through Winter

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What to Wear to Keep You Cycling Through Winter

Heading out for a ride on a wet winter morning might seem less appealing than a sunny summer day spin, but thanks to advances in cycling kit, it’s a lot easier than it used to be. Below is a check-list of colder weather essentials you’ll find on Shuttvr.com that will help protect you from the elements this winter.

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How to Stay Motivated When All Your Races Are Cancelled

How to Stay Motivated When All Your Races Are Cancelled

So, your goals for 2020 have just disappeared in front of you, all organised events cancelled, social distancing comes into force, schools closed and work from home measures put in place. If 6 months ago you’d heard this is how your 2020 season was going to start, you’d have thought me stupid, yet this is where we now find ourselves in the midst of a global pandemic, Covid-19. However, the reality of the situation gives us all chance to reflect on our training, benchmarks and limiters allowing us jointly with your coach, to set a new program that works on...

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It's All About the Chamois Pad

It's All About the Chamois Pad

One of Shutt's success stories has been the popularity of our cycling shorts and bib tights. These have received rave reviews from customers and the cycling press alike, and a big factor in this success is the Shutt custom chamois pad.

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How to Wash Your Cycling Kit

How to Wash Your Cycling Kit

To avoid the damaging effects of a damp laundry basket on your kit, here are some tips on how to look after and wash your Shutt kit.

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Salzburg to Milan 2019. Salzburg to Milan. Epilogue

Salzburg to Milan 2019. Salzburg to Milan. Epilogue

Milan is 40-miles away from Bergamo, an easy ride if you are so inclined. We needed a rest day and decided that Bergamo would mark the end of the trip. There were no more mountains to be climbed, the high passes were now all behind us. We had a light breakfast at the hotel, drank lots of coffee, then did some sightseeing around the town. Bergamo is the type of town where you could walk around with a camera and be constantly taking spectacular photographs. Each one would turn out as if it were pulled directly from a holiday brochure....

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