There is no such thing as the wrong weather, just the wrong clothes, a quality set of tights can see you out riding throughout the year, and there is nothing better than being out on the bike on a cold crisp sunny winters day.


Tights are an essential part of your winter cycilng wardrobe - if you step out the door and feel the chill then tights are the answer! Offering warmth and protection from the elements, a decent cycling tight will allow you to ride in cold weather.

After becoming quite upset with the lack of ladies specific cycling tights, Liberty hunted down as many as possible, and now only stocks models that she has ridden, so they come with Liberty’s personal recommendation.

When choosing your tights you should consider the type of cycling you do and the amount of miles as this should influence the amount of money you spend on your tights. If you are riding for a considerable amount of time you really shouldn't skimp on quality.


  • The pad chamois style and its technical qualities (this can play a big part in your decision making, always look for a woman specific pad designed with the female shape in mind)
  • Padded on non padded (Liberty would always go for padded, if nothing else saves having to wear a pair of padded cycling shorts over the top!)

Well I never....

The first cycling shorts were made of wool with a leather chamois stitched in the crotch. They were hot and tricky to launder (stinky..). The wool took an age to dry, and the leather became so very stiff that it hurt more than it helped (ouch)

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RRP £162.00
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