The latest range of kit is soon to land in stores nationwide. We take a look at the key items we’re interested in, as well as the full list of items you’ll be able to buy in store.
The Livall Mt1 Smart Helmet costs £79.99, but has a huge range of featuresAldi
New for this year is the £79.99 Livall Mt1 Smart Helmet which could be perfect for your commuting needs. There’s an integrated bluetooth speaker and microphone as well as tail lights and indicators. It’s a surprisingly gadgety offering from Aldi and it’ll be interesting to see if there’s a real appetite for these amongst supermarket shoppers.
Pick up a turbo charged bargain with this trainer priced at £49.99Aldi
If you don’t want to face the weather outside during the impending winter months, why not consider Aldi’s competitively priced (£49.99) turbo trainer with six resistance levels and a sturdy collapsible frame.
Track your training with this £19.99 Speed and Cadence sensorAldi
Alternatively, keep track of you training stats outdoors with Aldi’s Speed and Cadence for £19.99. It pairs with Aldi’s Crane Connect app allowing you to track distance, cadence, speed, altitude and the route you ride.
Merino base layers for £19.99 aren’t to be sniffed atAldi
Aldi is also listing a full range of merino clothing at typically bargain pricepoints. Merino baselayers for just £19.99 are definitely the highlight here, though there’s a full range of accessories including gloves and arm warmers for just £5.99.
Neoprene gloves and shoe covers look very practicalAldi
If you’re dedicated to riding outside as the weather turns, you can pick up some Neoprene Cycling Cloves for £9.99 and even some overshoes for £14.99.
Get a £19.99 waterproof jacket or £14.99 overtrousers for the worst of the weatherAldi
And for the worst of the weather, full waterproofs, with a jacket for £19.99 and overtrousers for £14.99 are unlikely to provide class leading breathability, but could be perfect as an emergency layer to stash away until you need them.