Cream to help prevent skin chaffing in the saddle-contact area; effective but not cheap
Effective leg muscle warmer, especially useful in cold weather.
Effective gel for helping muscles relax and recover after strenuous cycling
Effective massage lotion with genuine medicinal benefits but pricey
Everything you need before and after a race in one handy zipped bag
Hard to recommend from a performance point of view but maybe worth trying just for the experience
Smooth smelling, easily applied, and gently warming. May not make you faster, but adds to the pre-ride ritual
A decent soap that clears away the grime but can leave your hands a little on the dry side
Nicely priced embrocation range well suited to competitive riding/training
Full of natural goodness, and smells and feels nice for a short while but has little perceptible or lasting effect
Fine-smelling, non-greasy massage oil for a bit of tired muscle love
Pleasant-smelling and comfortingly warming post exercise balm
Long-lasting, very effective shorts pad lube
Effective hand cleaner for the home mechanic
Slightly tricky to apply but works well once it's in place and lasts well
Brilliant natural alternative to medicinal creams with very little put you off, other than possibly the price.
It's not the hottest embrocation but for a slight boost of heat in the legs on cold mornings, Get Going Cream works well.
Not as obviously effective as the accompanying cooling gel, but pleasant enough to use.
The claims for the ingredients and their effects sound ambitious but the feel-good effect is fairly potent.
Warms the muscles when the temperature drops and useful to provide a kick start to tired legs.