Cycling Shorts Size 18
Cycling shorts are a popular choice when cycling, often preferred over trousers or cycling tights to avoid them catching on the pedals or bike itself. Ultimately your cycling clothing can have a great impact on the quality of your ride and there is a variety of high quality cycling shorts available. There is a wide selection of cycling shorts in size 18 available to suit all types of cyclists, from professional road cyclists to weekend mountain bikers.
Whether you are an experienced cyclist or a beginner looking for your first pair, there are a large selection of cycling shorts are available from a range of brands, including Crane, Madison and Muddy Fox .
The benefits of supportive cycling gear
When cycling you create a huge amount of pressure on your bones and muscles, particularly pelvis and lower back. If cycling over a long distance, you'll find you may find some aches, pains and chafing, of which if you have the right supportive cycling gear this should minimise the impact, particularly wearing a well fitting pair of cycling shorts .There are a selection of cuts and fabrics available to suit a number of different cycling styles.
Touring cycling shorts
Touring style cycling shorts have the appearance of regular shorts but with the cut and comfort of cycling shorts. Touring shorts are great for casual cyclists looking to cycle in comfort and style without the look of tight Lycra.
Bib cycling shorts
Bib style cycling shorts are great for the more serious rider. These shorts feature straps which fit up over the shoulders, providing additional support and ensuring the shorts don't move or rub as you are riding.
Winter cycling shorts
There are cycling shorts available to suit different weather conditions. Winter cycling shorts have a warm inner lining and are perfect for keeping your legs warm when cycling in cold weather.
Don't forget to include your reflective accessories when our cycling in the evening or lower light. Many cycling shorts come with these added features to improve your safety further, however as always it's recommended that you do wear a helmet and additional reflective accessories to enhance your visibility to drivers.