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EnduroShop is a trusted online bicycle accessories store, whether you need a tyre lever set, a new water bottle, bottle guard, mudguard, or helmet, we have what you need. And don’t forget the little cyclists. Enduroshop has a range of junior helmets and balance bikes to get the started down the right road.

Choosing a cycling water bottle

Staying hydrated is essential and with a bottle cage on your bike you can conveniently have water within reach. There are a few things to consider when choosing a water bottle.

Capacity

Depending on how long your ride is you might need a bottle that needs more water. If you frequently go on very long rides, you might want to kit out your bike with several bottle cages.

  • On a short ride a bottle holding up to 650 ml will be sufficient.
  • For a medium ride 600 ml to 750 ml should be more than enough.
  • On a long ride you should go for a bottle that holds more than 650 ml and consider taking at least two with you.

Insulation

When it’s hot, thermal insulation is a must. An isothermic water bottle will prevent your drink from heating up or cooling down quickly while you ride.

Materials

Plastic water bottles are light, affordable, and practical to use while on the move. Aluminium water bottles may be more durable, but it is heavier and less practical for drinking on the go, as you can’t squeeze it.

Choosing a cycling helmet

There are a few key factors to consider when choosing your cycling helmet, and colour isn’t necessarily one of them.

A good, all-purpose bike helmet can be used for most cycling activities, but there are a few exceptions. Road helmets are generally light, more compact, and more aerodynamic with lots of venting to keep you cool. Mountain bike helmets have more coverage in the back and sides, and less venting. They also feature visors for better visibility on shaded trails.

It’s worthwhile investing in protecting your head, so buy the best helmet your budget allows.

Ensure your helmet fits properly. In addition to getting the right size, you need to ensure it also sits correctly on your head: you should only be able to fit two fingers between your eyebrows and the bottom of the helmet; the straps should form and even “V” under your earlobes; you should be able to fit only one finger under the chinstrap.

Find the bicycle accessories you need

Browse EnduroShop’s great selection of bicycle accessories to ensure you find exactly what you need. Chat to us if you need more advice.

Brand
MOTOCARTEL (4)
ODI (1)
POLISPORT (32)
Bike Brand
Beta Models
Brake Protection
BMW MODELS
Honda Models
Husqvarna Models
Kawasaki Models
KTM Models
Sherco Models
Suzuki Models
Yamaha Models
Swingarm Protectors
CYCLING OPTIONS
BOTTLE CAGES (4)
BOTTLES (8)
MUDGUARDS (14)
KIDS HELMETS (3)
ADULT HELMETS (3)
CHILD SEAT (1)
Color
BLACK (2)
BLUE (1)
GREY (1)
WHITE (1)
Options
Year Models
Suspension
Brake Selection
Brake Options
Handguard Options
Model Selection
Engine Guards
Engine Cover
Plastic Part
Oil Selection
Cleaners
Exhaust Parts
Refillers
Size Options
Transport Options
Goggle Options
Wheels
Chain Brands
Chain Size
Adult Goggles
Youth Goggles
Goggle Lenses
Glove Size
Air Filters
Bash Plate
Frame Guards
Brake Pads
Hydration Options
Engine Parts
Helmet Models
AERO R. (1)
E3 (1)
LIGHT PRO (1)
URBAN RADICAL (1)
Helmet Size
L (58-61cm) (3)
M (55cm-58cm) (3)
OS (53cm-55cm) (1)
XS (46cm-53cm) (2)
Engine Components
Piston Options
Size
MEDIUM – 27.5" (1)
MEDIUM – 29" (1)
MIDPLUS – 29" (1)
SMALL – 29" (1)

EnduroShop is a trusted online bicycle accessories store, whether you need a tyre lever set, a new water bottle, bottle guard, mudguard, or helmet, we have what you need. And don’t forget the little cyclists. Enduroshop has a range of junior helmets and balance bikes to get the started down the right road.

Choosing a cycling water bottle

Staying hydrated is essential and with a bottle cage on your bike you can conveniently have water within reach. There are a few things to consider when choosing a water bottle.

Capacity

Depending on how long your ride is you might need a bottle that needs more water. If you frequently go on very long rides, you might want to kit out your bike with several bottle cages.

  • On a short ride a bottle holding up to 650 ml will be sufficient.
  • For a medium ride 600 ml to 750 ml should be more than enough.
  • On a long ride you should go for a bottle that holds more than 650 ml and consider taking at least two with you.

Insulation

When it’s hot, thermal insulation is a must. An isothermic water bottle will prevent your drink from heating up or cooling down quickly while you ride.

Materials

Plastic water bottles are light, affordable, and practical to use while on the move. Aluminium water bottles may be more durable, but it is heavier and less practical for drinking on the go, as you can’t squeeze it.

Choosing a cycling helmet

There are a few key factors to consider when choosing your cycling helmet, and colour isn’t necessarily one of them.

A good, all-purpose bike helmet can be used for most cycling activities, but there are a few exceptions. Road helmets are generally light, more compact, and more aerodynamic with lots of venting to keep you cool. Mountain bike helmets have more coverage in the back and sides, and less venting. They also feature visors for better visibility on shaded trails.

It’s worthwhile investing in protecting your head, so buy the best helmet your budget allows.

Ensure your helmet fits properly. In addition to getting the right size, you need to ensure it also sits correctly on your head: you should only be able to fit two fingers between your eyebrows and the bottom of the helmet; the straps should form and even “V” under your earlobes; you should be able to fit only one finger under the chinstrap.

Find the bicycle accessories you need

Browse EnduroShop’s great selection of bicycle accessories to ensure you find exactly what you need. Chat to us if you need more advice.