Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
It’s getting cooler and for those living in more extreme winter weather zones, you might be scrambling to look for a new, warm riding jacket. Cafe Du Cycliste’s Solange riding flannel is more than just a buffalo plaid shirt. It’s a fleece jersey made from recycled yarn with three cargo pockets that’s designed to keep you warm in the coldest riding conditions. These made in the EU jerseys are available for men and women in a variety of colors and ship for free. Check out more info and photos of the Solange at Cafe Du Cycliste.
Not a race number, not a ride metric, not a social media statistic. I’m a rider, I’m out there, somewhere, for a reason or not but for the outdoors, always. I do it for me and my reasons. I am not a number.
Summer may be coming to an end, but this video from Cafe du Cycliste has all the vibes!
In a different look, Café du Cycliste took to California for their latest lookbook, entitled “Toile de Jouy.” Shooting cycling apparel is not easy but Benedict Campbell did a great job on this shoot. See the lookbook at CdC.
Cafe Du Cycliste’s apparel takes details, functionality, and looks very seriously. Case in point is their new Solenne hoodie. Made with all three in mind, this performance fabric jersey features a hood and can be worn as either a standalone or in layers. See more details at Cafe Du Cycliste.
No, not me, that’s what the video is called…
A view from the road, heading Due North from Nice to London.
There’s black gold in them thar hills! Café du Cycliste goes searching for the elusive, expensive Queen of Black Truffles.
French cycling apparel label Café du Cycliste take us on a wondrous spin through the Cols de la Bonette, Moutière and Lombarde, showcasing their 2017 Winter looks for men and women.
For those cold mountain descents and all-day winter rides, Café du Cycliste has designed the Albertine, a synthetic down cycling vest, made from Primaloft Active to provide a mix of insulation and extreme breathability. I’ve used a similar product for years and believe it or not, you’ll want to wear it more than you’d think. Check out more at Café du Cycliste.
One of my favorite road apparel companies is Café du Cycliste and this year, their spring offerings for men and women deliver both on functionality and aesthetics. Check out their offerings for yourself.
Any time cycling and the outdoor industry begins to blur its lines in terms of product design, I get a little excited. When it’s executed like this, I get stoked. The new Café du Cycliste winter line looks amazing. Check out the rest at their High Comfort look book!
Fall is my favorite riding season, particularly because of the apparel offerings and layering options. There’s nothing like climbing for hours, stripping layers to descend in the brisk, chilly air wearing a favorite jacket.
With each year’s season change come new offerings from brands, one of which I’ve been really enjoying is Café du Cycliste. They just launched their fall / winter 2014 lookbook and it’s looking great.
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Cafe du Cycliste‘s tailored approach to city riding is at home in the French Riviera as much as it is in your streets.
Nice is the home base for French cycling apparel company Café du Cycliste. They know the roads, climbs and descents like the back of their well worn in cycling mits. The surrounding Alpes Maritimes region offers some of the best riding in France, and is accessible by numerous scenic roads.
CdC want to welcome you to Nice by laying it all out in the ultimate local’s only guide. Head over to Café du Cycliste to see their Guide to Riding in Nice and the Côte d’Azur.
Check out more at the CdC Lookbook!