… I’m ready to be heading home. Pardon the silence this weekend and as always, there’s more to come…
The 2015 Red Hook Crit is approaching and to commemorate this year’s event, they’ve collaborated with Giro on two limited edition Synthe helmets as well as other accessories. Head over to Red Hook Crit for more!
Talk about a genius design for female cyclists. Check out more information on the Women’s Ride Halter Bib at Giro.
For 2015, Giro has overhauled their New Road line into two new categories: Ride LT, which is more like traditional lycra and Ride, which features more casual apparel. They’ve expanded the men’s and women’s line, bringing each a few new key pieces for spring riding. Most impressive to me is their women’s halter bib, which solves the problem of quick removal without having to remove a jersey.
Buying shoes isn’t easy, especially when you’re staring down the barrel of a $200 – $300 investment. In order to make your decision easy, Giro is now offering a Comfort Guarantee on all their footwear, in addition to their full-warranty against manufacturing defects. This Comfort Guarantee is good for 60 days, that’s more than enough time to ensure your investment will work for you.
Rapha’s always had a way of making something so simple look so good. I’ll admit that I was surprised to see their new Cross Shoes bring in such subtle detailing. Made by Giro, with blue and pink accents throughout, these shoes are now in stock at Rapha for $350 and free shipping.
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Minneapolis is home to some amazing people and solid companies. One of which being Cars R Coffins. Just in are these Giro DND – or down n dirty – gloves. Head over to CrC’s web shop for some bicycle punk-rock action!
Shoe, helmet and apparel company Giro gives us a first hand look at their new 2014 Fall lookbook, shot in the streets, on the bike, where it belongs.
Mash and TCB Courier’s Chas Christiansen teamed up with Giro to design a pair of their DND Gloves. Named “Shredder” these limited edition gloves are now at the Winged Store.
They’re not quite in stock yet, but I like the looks of the new Rapha Climber’s Shoes. Based off the new Prolight SLX EC90 SLXII sole and footbeds, these perforated cycling shoes shed weight and maintain stiffness where it’s needed. Coming soon (like in a few weeks) from Rapha.