This year, that #indoorslife got me searching for a quality pair of shorts for the trainer. Perfect timing that Machines for Freedom released their brand new Essential Cycling Short in May. I bought a pair with my own hard-earned money for the low, low price of $148 USD and intend to ride every penny out of them.Continue reading “The Domestique Critique: Machines for Freedom Essential Short”
“Diverse populations of women are featured on the brand’s Lookbooks and bibs and jerseys come in a variety of sizes to fit a wide-range of body types. Representation and inclusivity matter to Machines for Freedom and it’s abundantly clear that it’s important to the company ethos.”
Look at you, Forbes, writing about women’s inclusivity as business. FINALLY.
I must start by quickly acknowledging my persistent disbelief that, on WomensKit, I am about to review a face mask. However, for a killer coronavirus that requires face masks to be a continued part of my kit, I think it best to accept this new accessory as a wise decision and a respectful tool to protecting myself and others. Continue reading “The Domestique Critique – Victory Chimp Face Mask”
Rapha have joined forces with US-based recreational brand Outdoor Voices that’s on a mission to Get The World Moving. At Rapha, we ride together. Outdoor Voices believes that Doing Things – moving your body and having fun with friends – is the surest way to a happy and healthy life.
The collection consists of a Jersey, Wind Jacket, High-Waisted Shorts, Cargo Bib Shorts, Bar Bag, Light Support Bra, Cap, Socks and a Cropped T-Shirt.
Well, well, well – cycling as high fashion in Vogue of all places. I’ll take it! NORMALIZE CYCLING FOR ALL!
I’m super confused why you would choose to wear a Kalf Jersey and Assos shorts but want a handlebar basket and sneakers for flat pedals. But, hey, GO GLAMOUR for promoting the bike. Get everyone riding!
Quite arguably, they missed a few. If we’re talking high end = chic, then yes, they definitely missed a few. But the UK keeps to their own now so…
The cycling and outdoor industries have mostly ignored racism, paralyzed by privilege and challenged to use it for good.
I’m neither pro- nor anti-base layer, but for me it depends on the kit. What is your feeling about it? Do you have a favorite base layer? Share it!