VeloChampion's Missile Glasses offer good coverage and a secure and stable fit. The bundle includes clear and yellow lenses alongside the highly customisable main lens, and you can add a spare lens and a prescription lens adaptor too.
There's no pinching behind the ears despite the flex in the arms, and zero movement. They are as secure and stable as any glasses I have ever worn on the bike, both for road and gravel riding.
"There is a decent gap for airflow between these and your face."
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We can't wait to see the start of the UCI Tour of Britain race on Sunday 5th September.
From the likes of Mark Cavendish and Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) were announced last week to wet our appetite, but today announced was the full provisional (until 2nd September) rider list shown below.
The world’s top three teams will be among the 18 squads competing in this year’s Tour of Britain, the 17th edition of the UK’s leading bike race.
Marcus Dey is a GBR Junior Elite Triathlete and VeloChampion Brand Ambassador was the first rider to complete the Tour De Manc 2019. Here’s a taste of what the route is like…