READY SET GO (ANTI-CHAFE CREAM) Formulated in New Zealand by Athletes for Athletes. Ready Set Go Antichafe cream is 100% pure and not watered down to provide the best possible protection from saddle soreness. Tea Tree oil contained in the formula protects the skin from harmful bacteria. Tested, used & verified by Top Athletes - Nathan Fa'ave, Richard Ussher, Brenda Clapp, Mark Inglis & George Bennett Antichafe: Is a concentrated oil based product that provides a waterproof, friction reducing film on extrenal skin areas to reduce the effects of friction causing chafing, blisters and irritation. Additives also act as a mild antimicrobial. Ready Set Go Antichafe is 100% pure and not watered down which gives cyclists increased protection. Contents:- Petroleum jelly, Tea Tree oil, Beeswax & Oil of Melaleuca. 100% oil based Prevent saddle soreness - Apply Ready Set Go Antichafe cream Use as a lubricant, moisture barrier & mild antimicrobial Available in a 10gm sachet, 45, 90gm & 450gm pottle
On all orders over $99 Evo Cycles offers free delivery to any physical address in New Zealand - this INCLUDES large and bulky items and bikes!
On orders under $99 we charge $5 flat-rate freight. This is so we can give our customers (that's you!) the most competitive pricing available for small parts and accessories. There are no hidden shipping costs and you know exactly what you're paying for.
Order and pay online and collect everything from one of our stores for free - no handling charges whatsoever! Just select which store you would like to collect from at checkout. Find out more about Click&Collect here.
You purchase your bike from evocycles.co.nz
Our expert mechanic pulls your bike out of the box and builds it to 100%, excluding accessories (i.e racks and baskets). We tune the brakes and gears then test ride to ensure everything runs smoothly.
We then take off a few simple parts to fit the bike into the box. We double check to ensure all the parts are enclosed, before sealing the box and sending to you.
Your bike arrives!
You use 2-3 common tools to fit a few simple parts. If you get stuck, use our help centre and bike assembly guides or give us a call and we'll talk you through the process.