Your Guide to The Hottest Things to do See and Buy This Month

1.ENTER A CYCLE RACE

Itching to take part in acompetitive road-cyclingrace? Try the Bristol GrandPrix. Now in its third year, thecity-centre 1.3km circuit races(lasting around half an hour)take place on August 19,opening at 10.30am to give non-competitors the chance to test out the racetrack in a fun and friendly atmosphere before the race begins. All Money raised will be donated to Bowel Cancer West. Visit britishcycling.org.uk to book your place now!

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2. KIT UP WITH KIMBERLY

Check out the new Kimberly Wyattor Zakti Activewear collectionof great-value kit! It boastsbold colours, striking prints andintricate straps – perfect for anyactive lifestyle. The dance-inspiredcollection can easily be wornbeyond the gym too, thanks toslouchy knits and lightweightcover-ups.

Your Guide to The Hottest Things to do See and Buy This Month

3. SAVOUR SUMMER

Live in London and planning a last-minute picnic? We love Pollen + Grace’snew summer collection of breakfastpots, lunchboxes and snacks. Freshlymade in its kitchen every day, the deliciouslyhealthy delivery menus are free fromwheat, dairy and refined sugars andnutritionist approved. New additionsinclude a deliciously creamy Mango+ Turmeric Chia Pot and The BalanceBox with crispy millet falafels and aThai basil and ashwagandha dressing.Yum; visit pollenandgrace.com.

4. TRY CHROMAPOP TECHNOLOGY

We’ve got our eye on Smith Optics’ new ChromaPop lenses– the perfect partner to the brand’s women-specific PivLockAsana sunnies. The interchangeable lenses help you dealwith everything from overcast to extremely bright weatherconditions, enhancing visual clarity and definition and revealingnatural colour, thanks to the way they filter light at two specificwavelengths. In brief, they’ll help you perform better whengoing at top speed! The glasses cost £159.99 with twointerchangeable lenses; smithoptics.com.

BE BEACH READY

If you love being activeat the beach, you need abikini that can handle it.Finisterre’s new Zondabikini will keep yourmodesty intact. T he eye-catching, non-padded croptop offers UV protection forcup sizes A-C and the bikiniis highly resistant tochlorine and made fromrecycled items such asdisused fishing nets, withper cent of profits goingto the charity S urfersAgainst Sewage. It costs£85; finisterre.com.

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