This map and it's additional information covers the 174 miles of waymarked cycle route between Ravenglass in the West to South Shields on the East coast and this route stretches the length of Hadrians Wall Country. Contains easy to read contours and route profiles as well as visitor information and detailed routes through towns.
This midge and mosquito net gives maximum protection with 1001 holes per square inch.
A cord fastener closes round to protect head and neck. Packs into a stuff sac no bigger than 3" x 2" so worth carrying for those untimely mechanicals when suddenly the midge is everywhere!
A handy size 1st aid kit, ideal for a day out on the trails, or walking the hills. Contains scissors, tweezers, safety pins, woven and crepe bandages, antiseptic cream, swabs and wipes, Micropore tape, a 5x5cm low adherent dressing and assorted plasters! All contents are manufactured to European standards and carry the CE mark. All contained in a ripstop fabric bag with waterproof zip and a belt loop. Dimensions are 125x80x45mm and weight is only 180g.
An essential part of any outdoor survival kit, this bright orange thermal bag provides total body coverage and when inside it will reflect and retain over 90% of radiated body heat. With thermally welded and taped seams, it is totally waterproof, windproof and radar reflective. Weight is 220g and packed dimensions are 9x14x4cm.
A non-detergent biodegradeable liquid soap which removes dirt and detergent residues, while leaving water repellency and breathability intact. Can be used in a washing machine, and suitable for all technical fabrics.
Restore the breathability and water repellency of your technical garments after washing. Use Spray-on for breathable membranes and all laminate and PU coated fabrics with wicking or absorbent liners.
Restores the DWR coating to replenish the waterproofness of your garment after washing. Use Wash-in for Gore-Tex Sympatex, Entrant, eVent and Ultrex fabrics without liners.
An AA road map covering the North of England and Scottish Borders showing Motoring and Touring information. Using a 1:200,000 scale provides provides Britain's clearest mapping, including a place name index, speed camera locations and speed limits. Also includes 8 city and town detailed plans.
This guide book has become a well known favourite for riders in Northumberland and is the best MTB guide book for anyone visiting the area.
This map covers The Cheviot Hills in 1:25,000 scale detail. Ideal for following the long distance bridleways which run through this amazing landscape and over the border into Scotland.
The 1:25,000 scale adds a lot more detail of the Kielder Water and Forest Park area. Covers down to Bellingham and west to Rothbury and the Simonside Hills.
This detailed 1:25,000 scale map covers part of the Northumberland National Park, Hadrians Wall Cycle Path and some of the Pennine Cycle Way.
This 1:50,000 scale map covers the Cheviot Hills and Kielder Water, showing all the rights of way you would need for your visit.
This 1:50,000 scale map covers the Haltwhistle and Brampton areas, including north to Bewcastle and south as far as Alston. Long distance cycle routes are shown as well as bridleways and footpaths.
This 1:50,000 scale map covers the Hexham and Haltwhistle area including bridleways and the longer distance cycle routes.
A nice small and handy tape measure showing uo to 3.65mtrs in metric and imperial. Covered by Park's limited lifetime warranty. Everyone needs a tape measure, so why not have a Park one!
Six industrial quality steel Allen keys in a compact tool. Sizes included are 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm and 6mm.
One of the most used tools in the workshop.
A nice neat folding tool containing torx wrenches of the following sizes- T7,T9, T10, T20, T25, T30 and T40. As more and more cycle fixings are moving over to Torx, this is a handy tool to have around.
A set of three self adhesive patches using a high strengh 3M adhesive. Apply to the cut or tear on the inside of the tyre. Can be used on tubeless systems. Believe me, carrying a set of these can really save the day.
The official route map and guide to 173 miles of waymarked trail from Whitehaven (Irish Sea Coast) to Tynemouth (North Sea Coast). The Reivers mainly rubs along quiet country lanes and cyclepaths, but there are more off road options along the way.