There are literally 101 reasons to watch women’s professional cycling in 2021. The racing is less predictable, the courses more dynamic and the actors actually have some character – are just some of the stand out reasons.This season will see the first women’s Paris-Roubaix, more multi-day events and, if things go well, an intriguing battle for Olympic glory in Tokyo, too.
Fat Lass at the Back is making a second return to WomensKit…because it’s that darn good. This time Josie has tested the Fearless Fabulous Female jersey in a 38 inch bust size and this is her full report.Continue reading “The Domestique Critique: Fat Lass at the Back Fearless Fabulous Female Cycling Jersey”
As cyclists, we all got hit pretty hard with quarantine in 2020. I started the new year relaunching WomensKit after maternity leave and was very excited to test ride the IRIS kit for a review. Then lockdown happened, and it was unsafe (and at times, against the law) to ride outside and it’s unfortunately taken me much too long to post my review on this kit. All, forgive me.Continue reading “The Domestique Critique: IRIS Catch-up Jersey and Signature Bib Short II”
Reposted from BikeItalia.it with permission from Pure Velo.
Written by Pinar Pinzuti 24 June 2020
Cycling clothing for women far from the usual patterns: the goal of Pure Velo, a company with headquarters in the United Kingdom but which produces in Italy and looks to the world, is to give women who ride the bike the opportunity to wear comfortable and feminine garments, while maintaining the characteristics of technical fabrics (such as lightness, breathability and resistance). Something you can pedal comfortably with but can carry without problems even after getting off the bike. Continue reading “Meet Pure Velo: women’s bike clothing made in Italy”
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.
“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!