Fans of Rivendell are well aware that the brand does much more than make comfortable and classic bikes for cruising, touring, and exploring. Their clothing over the years have been legendary, so while a blind apparel pre-order might be scary in some sectors, you can rest assured that Rivendell knows what they’re doing. Check out their Cheviot Wool Sweater pre-order for more information.
Rocky Mountain reached out to local jersey manufacturers, Cima Coppi to create 100% merino wool short and long sleeve jerseys featuring their 1980’s throwback logo. They’re in stock now in small quantities, so hurry over to Rocky Mountain.
Sometimes, the simplest designs are the ones that become favorites. You don’t even have to explain the inspiration for the new Elevation wool socks from the Athletic. We get it. Available in Plum and Royal.
Fall is here and everyone’s already got their favorite flannel or wool overshirt aching to get pulled out of the closet. For those looking for their next favorite shirt, check out these new Pendleton Wool shirts from Kitsbow. The Icon has perforated stretch gussets at the shoulders for increased mobility and ventilation. In case you find yourself Rubber Side Up on the trail, there are even laser cut 3X Dry Schoeller panels strategically placed over shoulders and elbows for abrasion resistance.
See more on The Icon at Kitsbow.
These new Cedar Cycling standard short and long sleeve jerseys look amazing. I’m way into the color choices too. Stoked to see the women and men’s line taking off for this brand. Scoop up some Made in the USA goodness at Cedar Cycling today and check out more photos below.