If you are a year round cyclist, you are probably no stranger to the extreme discomfort of cycling in the cold without proper winter riding gear.
From thermal bicycle pants to other must have winter cycling gear, the right products can help keep you warm and protect you from the elements.
At Bici, we love cycling too much to let something like a cold winter day stop us.
But no matter where we looked, in online stores and retail outlets, we could never find any winter cycling products that would adequately protect our hands from the cold.
The Best New Winter Cycling Accessory
No matter which winter cycling gloves we tried, none were enough to prevent losing sensation in our fingertips while cycling in the winter.
Fed up with numb hands and cold fingertips, we decided to take matters into our own hands. We invented the shield to allow us to cycle through the winter months and are excited to help you do the same.
If you're tired of cold hands while cycling, The Shield is for you.
Not only does The Shield keep your hands and fingers warm during those cold winter rides, this easy to install accessory also serves as an added barrier against the wind chill and elements when you are cycling in cold temperatures.
The Shield: Must Have Winter Cycling Gadget of 2020
A sleek super light weight plastic shield that diverts the wind and rain away from your hand and fingertips which adds increasing comfort and protection for your hand.
Stick and Go. Attaches and re-attaches onto your brake levers in seconds. Portable and lightweight enough to fit in your jersey.
Note: This version is compatible with both Shimano Dura-Ace cable and Ultegra cable brake levers
- Keeps your hands dry and warm on the road
- Easy to install, no tools required
- Fits Shimano Dura-Ace Cable and Ultegra Cable brake levers
- Includes a left and a right shield
- Made in NYC
- Dimensions: W 2.5"x L 6" x H 1.25" each
- Weight: <10g each
- Material: 100% recyclable plastic
Assembly: Set comes with a left and right shield. Peel tape and apply to brake levers firmly
Warning: Shields must be securely fastened to your brake levers to prevent injury