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New arrivals

Our newest products for cycling enthusiasts, inspired by the history of the sport. From on-bike apparel to small gifts, we have a carefully curated collection of goods for the cycling lifestyle.
  1. 32% off
    Paul Smith Merino Cycling Socks - Grey

    Paul Smith Merino Cycling Socks - Grey

    Regular Price: £22.00

    Special Price £15.00

    Thanks to the legendary British designer and cycling aficionado, Sir Paul Smith, we're pleased to present the latest in designer cycling socks.Featuring the iconic Paul Smith artist stripe detailing, this is a highly technical cycling sock that will symbolise your taste both on and off the bike. Learn More
  2. New Le Tour - Champs-Élysées Art Print - Issue 19.5

    Le Tour - Champs-Élysées Art Print - Issue 19.5

    £60.00
    Spencer Wilson's Art Deco pastiche, featuring a viewpoint along Paris' most famous avenue as the Tour de France comes to a close. Featured in issue 19.5 of Rouleur magazineWilson says: "Combining my love of the Tour De France with the history of fashion, my print, ‘Paris' takes inspiration from Vogue magazine, the Champs-Élysées and the iconic jerseys of 'Le Tour' as they speed past the Arc De Triomphe"Landmarks is the artistic theme for 2019, featuring the unforgettable places, venues and stages that have made cyclist history for decades Learn More
  3. New Issue 19.5

    Issue 19.5

    £10.00
    A sumptuous summer edition of Rouleur. Mapei’s champions tell us the complete and colourful inside story of modern cycling’s greatest team.We go boxing with the sport’s enfant terrible Nacer Bouhanni. Is he really the bad boy or Mr Misunderstood? We’re in the Slovenian mountains exploring the rise of cycling’s smallest superpower and blown away by echelons and the stories of how they transform racing.Then, we drink coffee with the Greenwoods, two WorldTour managers-turned-café owners. Plus Desire, Boulting, Bardet, York and more… Learn More
  4. Issue 19.4

    Issue 19.4

    £10.00
    Rouleur’s special guide to the Tour de France, 21 stages, 21 stories. Readers and pro cyclists ask reigning champion Geraint Thomas the questions that matter. We see Belgium’s barren Grand Tour run, fabulous collectors’ paraphernalia; interviews with Thomas De Gendt and Dylan Groenewegen; Romain Bardet on his homecoming stage; the Col de l’Iseran. Looking back at accordion queen Yvette Horner and Philippa York reflects on her 1984 King of the Mountains title, and ahead to the Tour of the future and green initiatives being put in place. Plus Desire, Ned Boulting and much more… Learn More
  5. Passo Gavia Art Print - Issue 19.3

    Passo Gavia Art Print - Issue 19.3

    £60.00
    Marcus Marritt's depiction of the Passo Gavia under the snowfall - the iconic Alpine climb is a regular in the Giro D'Italia. Featured in issue 19.3 of Rouleur magazineLandmarks is the artistic theme for 2019, featuring the unforgettable places, venues and stages that have made cyclist history for decades. Learn More
  6. New Pelotan Roll-On SPF30 Sun Protection

    Pelotan Roll-On SPF30 Sun Protection

    £10.00

    Pelotan is a high performance, once a day sun protection designed to keep cyclists protected from sunrise to sunset.

    Applied easily handy roll-on applicator, the clear formula is quickly absorbed. Thanks to its lightweight, water resistant and non-greasy properties, Pelotan stands up to the specific demands of a cyclist like no other.

    • SPF30
    • 8 hours protection
    • Water and sweat resistant
    • Quick drying
    • No white marks
    • Non-greasy
    • Made in the UK
    • Great smelling
    • 50ml
    • UVA & UVB sun filter
    • Dermatologically tested
    • Not tested on animals

    Please note that, at present, we can only ship Pelotan SPF 30 to European countries.

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  7. Issue 19.D | Rouleur's Desire Special Issue

    Issue 19.D | Rouleur's Desire Special Issue

    £10.00
    The cycling objects of our desire styled and photographed in our inimitable Rouleur way, a celebration of the bikes and gear that get our pulses racing. The beautiful imagery is interspersed with stories from Rouleur writers on their favourite bikes and kit. Only the best in the business made the cut, from major manufacturers to quirky lesser-known brands, handpicked by the Rouleur Desire team to surprise and delight.
     
    As a special edition this magazine is A4 in size as opposed to the normal A5 travel edition. Available with free delivery to the UK
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  8. Issue 19.3

    Issue 19.3

    £7.50
    We're bringing the Giro joy with our Italy special. We’re in the mountains with favourite Simon Yates, the attacking and ambitious climber seeking greatness.We go inside the corsa rosa: Giuseppe Saronni recalls his 1979 victory, we see the creation of the Trofeo Senza Fine, look at the punchy Bologna prologue and interview all-Italian champion Elisa Longo Borghini.Matt Rendell explores the transforming nation behind the Tour Colombia; there’s the story of Gios’ orange years and part two of our pro cycling concussion discussion. Plus Pedro Horrillo on his life-transforming Giro crash, Desire, Boulting, Bardet, York and more... Learn More
  9. Issue 19.2

    Issue 19.2

    £7.50

    "In my day, Sagan wouldn't have won a single race."

    Roger De Vlaeminck

    Heaven and hell, light and dark, dust and mud, sound and silence. Paris-Roubaix can be a fairytale writer and a nightmare sower; either way, it has become a unique obsession for riders and race fans alike. Rouleur's lovingly-crafted alternative guide to the Hell of the North from start to finish, past, present and future.

    We love Paris-Roubaix; Roger De Vlaeminck interview; Breakfast with Prudhomme; Hell of the North in photos; Edvald Boasson Hagen interview; O’Grady and Michaelsen on P-R 2007; Queens of the Classic; Desire, Boulting, Bardet, York and more...

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  10. The Roubaix Showers - Issue 19.2 Cover Print

    The Roubaix Showers - Issue 19.2 Cover Print

    £125.00

    The Roubaix showers by Michael Blann; world renowned photographer, famous in the cycling world for Mountains, the culmination of a body of work depicting cycling’s greatest and most iconic climbs.

    "To the passing observer, the Roubaix shower block which is located in a shabby municipal building adjacent to the Roubaix Velodrome would probably bring back bad memories of school PE classes and cold showers. To the informed racing cyclist these represent hallowed ground. After all this is where every great cyclist that has fought their way over the cobbled farm tracks of northern France in seek of victory in Paris-Roubaix has found themselves, post race, washing off the mud and grime in this brutalist concrete shower block."

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  11. Strade Bianche Art Print - Issue 19.1
    Out of stock

    Strade Bianche Art Print - Issue 19.1

    Out of stock

    £60.00
    Andrew Rose's depiction of Palazzo Pubblico in Siena - the finish of the Tuscan gravel epic - Strade Bianche. Featured in issue 19.1 of Rouleur magazine Learn More
  12. Rouleur Crewneck Sweatshirt

    Rouleur Crewneck Sweatshirt

    £50.00
    An off-the bike staple, revised and renewed for 2019 - a classic crewneck sweatshirt in improved cut, featuring a tonal screenprint on the chest and sleeve. Organic loopback cotton jersey material with subtle branding for casual wear. Learn More
  13. Issue 19.1

    Issue 19.1

    £7.50
    “I couldn’t care less about getting eighth; I want to get on the podium and I will risk everything.” Dan MartinDan Martin dazzled in 2019, racing and winning with a smile. At home in Andorra with the risk-taking racer juggling twins and Grand Tour ambitions.Morten Okbo on Belgium, Baudelaire and bicycling passion; unlucky underdog Sep Vanmarcke on near misses and we get high with AG2R on the altitude camp transforming their Tour hopes.We’ve new columnists Romain Bardet and Ned Boulting, the tale of a Guatemalan who raced the Tour of Flanders, and we shiver at the GP Denain, a revamped French race with cobbles. Plus Desire and more… Learn More
  14. 32% off
    Paul Smith Merino Cycling Socks - Navy

    Paul Smith Merino Cycling Socks - Navy

    Regular Price: £22.00

    Special Price £15.00

    Thanks to the legendary British designer and cycling aficionado, Sir Paul Smith, we're pleased to present the latest in designer cycling socks.Featuring the iconic Paul Smith artist stripe detailing, this is a highly technical cycling sock that will symbolise your taste both on and off the bike. Learn More
  15. 32% off
    Paul Smith Knit Cycling Socks - White Stripe

    Paul Smith Knit Cycling Socks - White Stripe

    Regular Price: £22.00

    Special Price £15.00

    Thanks to the legendary British designer and cycling aficionado, Sir Paul Smith, we're pleased to present the latest in designer cycling socks.Featuring the iconic Paul Smith artist stripe detailing, this is a highly technical cycling sock that will symbolise your taste both on and off the bike. Learn More
  16. 41% off
    Rouleur Collection Merino Seasonal Socks

    Rouleur Collection Merino Seasonal Socks

    Regular Price: £17.00

    Special Price £10.00

    When the mercury drops, merino wool is a cyclist's best friend and the foot is arguably the place to start. These merino seasonal socks allow you to look stylish all through winter, riding like a rouleur is not weather dependant. Learn More
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    Paul Smith Merino Cycling Socks - Black

    Paul Smith Merino Cycling Socks - Black

    Regular Price: £22.00

    Special Price £15.00

    Thanks to the legendary British designer and cycling aficionado, Sir Paul Smith, we're pleased to present the latest in designer cycling socks.Featuring the iconic Paul Smith artist stripe detailing, this is a highly technical cycling sock that will symbolise your taste both on and off the bike. Learn More
  18. New The High Mountains - Paolo Martelli

    The High Mountains - Paolo Martelli

    £60.00

    The Col du Portet, not famous for great battles but instead for breaking new ground. The previously gravel surface was resurfaced for the 2018 Tour, making for one of the most striking shots from that year's race with fresh tarmac and a fresh landscape.

    Paolo Martelli captures this wonderful landscape, for stage 12 of 21 in issue 19.4 of Rouleur, ironically a piece on littering in the high mountains.

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