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Three Bent Links by Jon Wyatt
Three Bent Links by Jon Wyatt
Absolutely awful writing. This is what I'd expect a 11-15 year old student to write for an English Lit essay. The stories are really contrived and uninteresting. Glad it was only 77p - which says a lot.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent choice for warmer weather cycling., 6 April 2011
I've owned a pair of Giro Monaco gloves for about six months and am very pleased with them. They are lightweight, comfortable and provide excellent grip, thanks to the leather palm and textured grip on the gel cushioning.

The gloves are light enough to prevent any build up of sweat and they remain tight and close to the shape of the hand, even after hours of riding.

A pair of Monaco's may at first seem a little expensive, but trust me, the extra money is well spent on a pair of gloves like this.

It is worth mentioning that these gloves really are designed for wearing in the warmer season and provide little protection during the cold winter months (this I… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality and comfort., 6 April 2011
I've owned a pair of these 3/4 length cycling trousers for about six months now and am very pleased with them. They are very lightweight, comfortable and manufactured to a high standard.

The trousers feature a pair of padded cycling shorts that can be clipped into the inner-waist of the trousers, or worn separately; these too are made to a high standard and are very comfortable - even on long cycling journeys.

The only downside I can think of is the silly belt, which being so slim has a tendency to loosen the closer your stomach is to the crossbar (having a drop-handle touring bike, this is often the position I ride). And no, it's not a case of me having a big belly… Read more