Category Archives: jerseys
Sometimes, deconstructing an everyday item like a cycling jersey is the best way to see the details. The guys at Cedar Cycling posted this infographic today for those of you wondering what their Standard Jersey looks like, from a detail perspective.
In addition to their Midnight and Prolly is Not Probably Standard Jersey editions, Cedar still has a limited number of merino wool and merino wool blend tee shirts left in stock.
If you’d like to see Cedar products in person please visit:
West End Bikes: Portland, Oregon
Huckleberry Bicycles: San Francisco, California
Standard & Strange: Oakland, California
Golden Saddle Cyclery: Los Angeles, California
Blue Lug: Tokyo, Japan
This just in from Chrome as they introduce their Spring Riding Kit
“Just in time for sunny skies and Spring biking season, Chrome Industries introduces Spring City Riding Kit, featuring the De Haro Windbreaker, Men’s Mason Riding Jersey, Union Short, Merino Wool Ankle Socks and the Truk Pro. Chrome Industries makes apparel and accessories that are simple, durable and built for utility. The Spring City Riding Kit gives riders a classic look with bike-specific functionality made for urban riding. ”
Check out more below.
For spring this year, Tokyo Fixed has rolled out a few new looks for their team jerseys. These are slim cut in a classic 4-side design, with a carbon weave side panels. See more shots here and pick one up in red or red / blue.
Melbourne’s Dirty Deeds CX league is something I’ve yet to experience in person. Once a rogue group of riders hitting trails in unsanctioned races is now a full blown ‘cross league. Pick up one of these Creux collaborative jerseys here.
There has been a huge push in American-manufactured cycling wear over the past few months and I’m very excited to see Search & State leading the charge. I wear the shit out of the Riding Jacket, especially while traveling and now they’ve just added Riding Shorts to their line. Also, don’t miss the new OD green jersey!
It’s going to be a green spring this year…
If you love your Rapha Classic Jersey but wish it had more color, these Trade Team Jerseys might be for you. Check out the full stock at Rapha and don’t forget to pick up the matching cap.
“Following up on the 5 Decades T-Shirt collection from last year…
1962 was the year that marked the return of trade teams to the Tour de France, to replace the previous national line ups. This trio of special edition Rapha jerseys celebrate the three teams and riders who topped the podium that year. The 49th edition of the Tour saw newcomer Raymond Poulidor of Mercier take the third step whilst Belgian Jozef Planckaert of Flandria narrowly lost out to Jacques Anquetil of the iconic St. Raphaël team.”
Looking great. Also, hey Ben!
This is incredible and I don’t even know what to say, other than I can’t wait to see it on someone. See more at Tokyo Fixed and check out their full jersey collection here.
It’s Merckx Mondays (in the Northern Hemisphere anyway) and I’m back in the land of Eddy Merckx. Not Belgium, Melbourne. As far as I’m concerned, classic Eddy Merckx bicycles in Australia is pronounced “F Y X O”. Andy’s supplied the world with great photos of classic steel bicycles over the years and his new 7-FYXO kits are looking great. Pick up the 7-FYXO Jersey here and the FYXO classic bibs here.
Don’t miss the full FYXO photoset here.
Splinter Camo is one of the best patterns from WWII and these vests look amazing. I just ordered mine, check out the details below. Props to Tracko andENDO. These look great.
“There is nothing like a good vest for the Spring time. It’s in the 50s when you leave home and it can be 20 to 30 degrees warmer by the middle of the day. I’ve worn this vest over a lightweight jersey with arm-warmers when it’s 50 degrees and I’ve worn it unzipped and flapping in the wind when it’s 80 degrees. Vests are one of the most versatile pieces of outerwear you can own, on the bike or off. We chose camouflage because we wanted something that would disappear, allowing it to be worn with anything.”
You can see more images…HERE!
Pre-Order runs through April 30th, 2013. Production lead time is 6 weeks.
In Kyle‘s words:
Pre-swoop These Colors Ride…HERE!
Pre-swoop The New Wave…HERE!
Pre-swoop Rule #14 Unisex Bib…HERE!
You can also see more images of the kit…HERE!