Cycling Guide

How the Global Cycling Community uses Buff®

Sweat in your eyes, cold winds in your face, sunburn on your neck… There are many ways the global cycling community uses Buff® products to enhance their pleasure. Best is to flip through the gallery below and “Read More” what fits you the most.

The photo shows a frontal upper body shot of Cyril Dessel before a 2006 Tour De France stage. He is wearing his AG2R team jersey and a Original Buff® as headband. The shun is shining and he looks at ease. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of Original Buff® products

A Comforting Headband before a Tour De France Stage

The morning before a gruelling road cycle race. You want some comfort and relax. The Original Buff® gives you comfort where you want it. In this case as headband. Cyril Dessel isn't covering his ears so I assume that it's not cold any more. My guess is that it was ... Read More
Landscape frontal shot photo of a male mountain bike rider. Scott smiling into the camera at the 2005 24 hour mtb race in Kooralbyne. It is hot. He is wearing a Original Buff® as helmet liner to cool the heat down. Source: Edward Copyright: ©2004 Buff Downunder Pty Ltd

Heat Relief during MTB XC races

It is hot. Very hot. And there is no cooling off in sight. The High UV Buff® as helmet liner / legionnaire cap gives you heat relief. It takes your sweat and evaporates it. Sweat in your eyes? Pull the fabric down to your eyebrows and that's history. Skin Cancer ... Read More
The horizontal photo is a frontal shot of a woman and a man riding bicycles in a city mall. It is dark and both are wearing cold weather gear. The woman on the left is wearing a Reflective Buff® as face mask. The man on the right is wearing a Reflective Buff® as scarf. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Unknown. Distributed for the promotion of the Reflective Buff®

Stopping the Cold Biting on Night Commutes

It's dark and the chill is biting during your daily commute. This is were the Original Buff® as face mask shines. It has just the right thickness to take the cold bite off. No sweating as it doesn't warm you in one layer. It has the right density to allow ... Read More
A back portrait shot of a woman standing in a triathlon race crowd. She is wearing a High UV Buff® as hair cover. This is a way to tame and dry your wet hair after the swim. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in running / triathlon

Wet Hair Tamed & Dried in Triathlons

Your coming out of the water. Your hair is wet and your about to go for the cycle part. You would love to: have you hair out of your face & tamed keep water from dripping in your eyes dry your hair in a nice way Why not put your ... Read More
The photo is vertical and shows female MTB rider Tory standing upright in front of a grey wall. She is wearing a Flightcentre Scott team cycle jersey and a Original Australia Flag Buff® as Alice Band. Her tired smile and her hair suggest that the photo is taken after a XC race. She smiles tired but happy. The Buff® as Alice Band keeps her hair together and tidy. Photographer: Unknown Copyright: Unknown. We received the image as a "Thank-You" for providing the Flight Centre Scott MTB team with Australia Flag Buff®

Taming Helmet Hair After the XC Race

So you didn't wear your Buff® under the helmet and now you've got helmet hair. At least you can tame it with a Original Buff® as alice band. This is a classing example of not using your Buff® to it's full capabilities. Tory probably didn't know that the Original Buff® ... Read More
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Popular Buff® Products in Cycling

The most popular Buff® products amongst cyclists are the Original Buff®, the High UV Buff® and the Wool Buff®.

The Original Buff® is the most popular product with its all year / all weather performance. Therefore very popular with commuting cyclists.

Racing, Couriers, Going Tropics… Everybody sweating a lot is best of with the High-UV Buff®.

Touring in cold climate? The Wool Buff® is the most popular with cycling globetrotters like gettingnowhere.net or cyclingdutchgirl.com.

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