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Very few bicycles come with the same specifications, some components, which are often standard one one model can be optional extras on others. While some accessories may improve the performance of a bike, most are required to keep you safe and legal.

Accessories that you should consider are a bell, front and rear lights and reflectors if they are not fitted. Mudguards protect the cyclist and moving parts from spray when riding through wet areas and chainguards protect clothes from oil on the chain while preventing clothing from being caught between the chain and crankset teeth. Kick stands keep bicycles upright when parked, and bike locks deter theft. Front-mounted baskets, luggage carriers, and panniers mounted above either or both wheels can be used to carry shopping or extra equipment. Parents sometimes add rear-mounted child seats, an auxiliary saddle fitted to the crossbar, or both to transport children.

Toe-clips and toestraps and clipless pedals help keep the foot locked in the proper pedal position and enable cyclists to pull and push the pedals. Technical accessories include cycling computers for measuring speed, distance, heart rate, GPS data etc. Bicycle helmets can reduce injury in the event of a collision or accident, and a suitable helmet is legally required of riders in many countries. Cycling backpacks, some with hydration packs, bottle holders and bike water bottles all keep you hydrated and quenched. A bottle needs to be securely fitted to your bike and the bottle should be a tight fit in the holder to ensure it does not fall out when you are in motion, especially if the terrain is rough or uneven.Pumps and tyre repair kits are also must have items.

Whatever your need, OOTDOORS has a range of accessories to keep you safe and comfortable. See and be seen at all times!