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Walz Caps are back in stock


We’ve just had a delivery from our friends in California Walz Caps.

All of our favourite caps are back in stock including the best selling winter earflap cap.

We’ve also added the brown tweed cap (above) to our range. Which we think would look great with an old school town bike or path racer.

As well as woollen caps we’ve also got a good selection of moisture wicking caps in too for when the weather decides to get a little warmer. Check out the full range here.

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Man Up with Walz Caps !

As every experienced cyclist will tell you, there are times when you are 30 miles from home, the wind is in your face and it’s getting dark.

Broken ManYou have two choices – ring for your partner or face up to the man with the hammer and dig a little deeper.

We have all experienced these moments and Walz have produced these caps embracing that moment, sometimes referred to as Rule #5 by those in the know.


There are two designs. One in a moisture wicking fabric (above) and a cotton fabric one (below).


Buy yours now and wear it in readiness for those moments when the going gets tough.

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Our first custom design cap – the Polkadot

We are self confessed Strava addicts. I think it comes from living in the Derbyshire Peak District where there is plenty of up as the name implies.

We decided to have a go at designing our own cycling cap with a little help from our favourite Californian milliner Walz.

This is the end product. We’ve added our own little twist to the Tour design as it would be a little bit too much of a faff to contact and gain permission for the King of Mountains sponsor to have their name on the cap. We’ve had printed instead KOM Est 1933 which is when all of this competitive upness began in the Tour. (The polkadot design was not added until 1975).

To buy yours its for sale on this page: