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Cedar Cycling Sale!

Cedar Cycling is having a huge sale on all their made in the USA merino cycling apparel. This includes all jerseys! For $105 you can have your pick with free shipping. Not bad at all, especially for the ladies who want to snag one of those killer women’s jerseys.

Swoop at Cedar Cycling!

Dec 2, 2013 No comments yet
The Cedar Cycling Women’s Standard Jersey is Open for Pre-Order

First of all, I love the color and second, I love that Cedar is addressing a much-needed and requested niche: women’s cycling jerseys that are made in the USA.

“Over a year in the making, The Women’s Standard is a best-in-class, made-in-America full-zip jersey.

Spec’ed, patterned and prototyped by women, the Women’s Standard offers a tailored and smart-yet-comfortable fit built in our very own, very proven StandardWool.

Finally, a psychologically, emotionally and physically superior jersey made right on every level.

Save 10% and pre-order today.

(Pre-order closes midnight, August 6th, 2013)”

Pre-order one today at Cedar Cycling!

Jul 30, 2013 No comments yet
Cedar Cycling: See Inside their Standard Jersey

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

May 8, 2013 No comments yet
The Cedar Cycling x PiNP Merino Jersey is Still in Stock

Since most of my products usually sell out within minutes, I made sure Cedar Cycling made enough of our collaboration Merino Jersey. We still have stock and after a lot of demand, are taking wholesale orders for shops.

Contact Neil at Cedar Cycling directly for wholesale or pick up one of these rad jerseys in the PiNP Web Shop. Everyone has been incredibly supportive and most importantly, very impressed with these!

Jan 31, 2013 1 comment
Cedar Cycling PiNP Merino Jersey Now Available

Last year, at NAHBS, I met Jeremy and Neil from Cedar Cycling, a new cycling wear brand. Using high-end Australian merino wool blend fabric and local manufacturing in California, I knew Cedar was really doing something genuine and legit. Over a bottle of bourbon, we discussed working on a jersey. But since they had barely just launched their brand, we knew it would be some time before we’d have samples.

Earlier in the summer, I met up with them in SF to look at fabrics and discuss the jersey in detail. Then, a few weeks ago, I finally got my hands on one. I was really, really impressed. This is one of the nicest jerseys I’ve ever owned. We worked really hard getting everything right, especially the fit. It’s form-fitting, without being race cut. The sleeves sit just right and the front lies flat on your chest.

One of my biggest qualms with a lot of jerseys that I own is the pocket room. Especially during the winter. You end up stuffing arm warmers, a gillet and gloves into your pockets on the daily. Three generous open rear pockets hold all your ride essentials, plus two hidden zippered pockets to keep your valuables safe. The whole jersey is held in place by silicone gripper imported from Italy. The fit is true to size. I wear a large shirt and a large jersey.

It fits great and is incredibly comfortable. What I’m trying to say is, this is far from just a new “colorway”…

Pre-order one at the PiNP Web Shop today! These will be shipped on January 18th.

*One small note, our factory sewed up all of the jerseys with the rear pocket purple trim except for the mediums. Medium jerseys will have a grey pocket trim, matching the jersey. See this picture. Everything else is the same. Sorry!

Jan 9, 2013 22 comments