Sportique body care products - First look

Creams, oils and balms for cyclists

Body care specialists Sportique already make products that many BikeRadar readers might be familiar with, their Century riding cream scoring well in a test by Cycling Plus. We've now received the rest of the cycling-suitable products from their range, so here's a closer look at the creams, oils and balms.

Road Rash Balm

This balm is designed to soothe your road rash symptoms using a blend of botanicals and oils chosen for their antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It's also said to be useful in the war against sunburn and chapped lips. It's sold in a 20ml tube and will set you back £9.99 (US$11.95).

Warming Up Oil

This botanical based oil is designed to provide long-lasting warmth and stimulation to pre- or post-ride muscles. It's made from natural ingredients and looks as though it should be perfect for massages. A 100ml bottle is £9.99 (US$11.95).

Warming Up Cream

Another Sportique product to help you warm up your muscles. Once again, the ingredients list is reassuringly natural, with vitamins, essential oils and herbs all packed in. A 180ml tube comes in at £14.99 or US$19.95.

Get Going Cream

Labelled as the ultimate pre-workout cream, this formulation of essential oils is said to safely and naturally produce long-lasting warmth and muscle stimulation before a ride. More bold claims come in the form of an ability to counteract fatigue and help physical recovery. A 100ml tube is £9.99, with the US-only 180mm tube costing US$19.95.

Elements Cream

This skin care product is designed to prevent chafing and chapping, and can be used for protection against the effects of hot and cold temperatures. A natural blend of oils and botanicals is once again used, along with seaweed extracts that Sportique call "nature's own antifreeze". A 180mm tube is £16.99 or US$24.75.

For more information, see the Sportique website.

Oli Woodman

Senior Writer, UK
With more than 10 years of experience riding mountain bikes, Oli knows the good from the bad when it comes to gear. He's a total bike nerd and loves few things more than fettling with spangly riding bits. Also, he seems to have a talent for crashing hard but emerging unscathed.
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