Whether you want to avoid mechanical disaster, keep warm or pay for a coffee, here are the ten things that we think you should take on every bike ride.
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This list of items is by no means exhaustive, but, we think that it'll keep you out of trouble and get you out of trouble.
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10. Patches and a puncture repair kit 9. Energy bars, gels, homemade flapjack etc 8. Money 7. A multitool 6. A water bottle 5. Inner tubes 4. Tyre levers 3. A pump 2. Some form of ID/identification 1. Your mobile phone Bonus: Raincape
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