What do you think of their list so far this year?
Femme Velo is more than cycling clothing. They are a brand, yes, but a community, a club, and truly an inspiration for getting more women to ride. Designing cycling kit for women is a natural extension for the woman/bicycle concept. Continue reading
Less is more when it comes to Velocio’s Ultralight Jersey. Ultra-minimal, ultra-breathable, and ultra-light describe this Celestial offering from Velocio. Continue reading
The cycling cap is both the ultimate accessory and a time-tested functional item, giving you every reason to own about ten of them. Tom Owens shares his pick of the best…Cycling caps really come into their own in the summer, when a lightweight barrier between your brainbox and helmet can
Here’s a good problem to have: more choice! Brand new label on the market, PUSHR, is from Toronto and is ready to turn your kit game upside down. Show them some support for an excellent women’s collection!
Welcome to the first ever PUSHR blog post! It’s an exciting time and a bit of a landmark for us. Seriously, you won’t believe the hard work it has taken to get here, but it’s all been worth it.
Source: The Launch of PUSHR!
Art of Endurance is yet another Australian kit brand with unique designs to offer women. I mean, I’m starting to get jealous I don’t live in Australia. I feel like everyone there is the most well-dressed cyclist on the planet. Art of Endurance can help you stand out even more.
I had the chance to ride in the Tesselate kit for a few months. It’s always exciting to roll up to a group ride and show off a kit. The Tesselate is a striking design, offered in pink and light blue, inspired by the many mountains climbed in training and is a play on the humble triangle as a metaphor for the daily challenges we face and overcome. Continue reading