by Jacquelyn Herbert
Apace is a kit brand founded in 2012 in India, with a broad range of gear for cycling, running and triathlon. With an in-house design team, purpose-made fabrics, customized color palette, and a wide range of products, apace offers performance wear that does not break the bank. Functionality is key for good performance apparel, and apace design revolves around functionality. The well-designed and purpose-made apparel will satisfy the elite athlete, as well as the weekend warrior. Continue reading “The Domestique Critique – Apace Peloton Jersey”
by Josie Lynn Lanuza
Fat Lad/Lass at the Back debuted as a kit brand in 2013 with a focus on a fit for all bodies on bikes. In fact, Fat Lass at the Back put the curve in women’s kit – their kit comes with boobs, hips and waists because women do! They have put thousands of hours of research into the ways women lay down to ensure a fit that is perfect for any body.
Everyone on a bike deserves well-fitting kit and Fat Lass filled the lack of cycling clothing on the market for larger sizes. Continue reading “The Domestique Critique – Fat Lad at the Back Lasses Purple Petal Jersey”
Two Des Moines women weren’t pleased with the selection of women’s cycling apparel so they started making it themselves.
Velorosa Cycling launched one year ago after co-owners Kim Hopkins and Lisa Carponelli say they saw a need for women’s cycling gear that fits a woman’s body.
Iowa Women Creating Cycling Apparel for a Woman’s Body & Style
That’s what I’m talking about! BY WOMEN, FOR WOMEN.
VeloSister has arrived!
Velo Sister™ is an online shop and community for women who love cycling. The shop sells women-specific cycling themed t-shirts, vests, hoodies and more.
All of the clothing is ethically sourced and a percentage of the profits goes to charities supporting women in cycling and beyond. Velo Sister™ helps you look good, feel good and do good.