INVANI blog/news

  • Bikepacking: The Overnighter

    After what feels like a lifetime of lockdowns it is surprising how a simple out and back overnight bike trip can feel like an adventure.  Staying ...
  • Bikepacking: The Epic Bike Tour

    Ever thought about a bikepacking holiday across Europe?  We caught up with Veronika and Ben to learn a little bit from their experiences.   Itinera...
  • Bikepacking: The Race

    RACE THROUGH POLAND  ("never get complacent")   A 1500km bike race is never going to be easy but I was feeling pretty relaxed at the start of RTPL....
  • Travel: Geneva

    Travelling to Geneva for business or pleasure and thinking about getting out for some rides – read on! The good news is that no matter what your re...
  • Travel: Costa del Sol

    So, cards on the table - the Costa del Sol has some limitations as a destination for a pure cycling trip.  Plentiful flights and accommodation as w...
  • Pack like a Pro!

    With lots of riders lucky enough to be flying off on Spring cycling trips we thought it might be useful to include a short guide with some tips on ...
  • The Independent reviews INVANI Long Sleeve

    Thanks to The Independent for reviewing our Long Sleeve and determining it to be the Best on Test for Versatility.  
  • Travel: Porto Region

    Best known for the fortified wine of the same name, Porto is not only a great city to visit as a tourist but the region also offers some fantastic ...
  • New Products: Summer 2021

    We are pleased to launch a variety of new products which add to and complement our existing range.  These have been tested and developed over an ex...
  • Road Theory reviews INVANI Sleeved Base Layer

    Thanks to Road Theory for testing and reviewing our Base Layer! 1st March 2021 British cycling brand Invani might be unique. Their ‘thing’ is reve...
  • Preview of 2022 Milano - San Remo race

      “La Primavera” (referencing “Spring” in Italian) Milan-San Remo is the first Monument of 2022 and its the longest race of the professional season...
  • Is there such a thing as an N=1 bike?

    Famously the correct number of bikes is supposedly always N+1.  We should always want more.  But is there such a thing as an N=1 bike, a Do-It-All ...
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