Nike Run Hazard Hat, £20
A reversible hat! That’s basically two hats in one. The Run Hazard’s fleecy lining locks in heat, and it’s slight enough to slip under a bike helmet if you’re more into pedal power than running.
Underwear that’s as seamless as the pun in the name, meaning it provides maximum comfort on even the longest of runs. These pants are moisture-wicking, breathable and have clever edging to reduce chafing. And reducing chafing is a target for every smart runner.
Quad Lock Bike Phone Mount, from £36
If it always seemed reckless to strap a phone worth hundreds of pounds to a bike’s handlebars, this is for you. The Quad Lock will keep your smartphone secure in place and within your eyeline so you can view maps, track your ride or do whatever else you fancy with it.
Merino Wool Buff, £25
The most versatile of cold-weather companions, this can worn as a snood, a bandana, a headband or a mixture of them all, keeping whatever part of the body you choose to cover with it warm in even freezing conditions.
Bobble Sport V2 Water Bottle, £10
Filter your water as you drink, saving you from both the oft-unpleasant tang of tap water and the hassle of carrying a water filter jug with you wherever you go.
Blaze Laserlight, £125
Cycling after dark can be a pursuit fraught with perils, so making sure you’re visible to others is vital. As well as being a powerful normal light, the Blaze Laserlight projects a green bike image onto the road six metres ahead of you.
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