The Domestique Critique: RedWhite The BIB

RedWhite is an anomaly in the cycling clothing industry - they only focus on bibshorts. Specifically, endurance bibshorts. The bibshorts are designed with long rides of 4 to 5 hours or more in mind. RedWhite was started in 2014 by two men based in Singapore so it took them awhile to develop a women's short,... Continue Reading →

The Domestique Critique: Dotout

I first came to know Dotout at Interbike in Las Vegas. I had seen their Instagram but there is no denying that touching a fabric is far superior to staring at a screen wondering if it would look right on you. Dotout is a fairly new brand on the market, coming out of Italy. They... Continue Reading →

The Domestique Critique: Arrueda

I love this jersey. Like ham and pineapple on pizza, you either love it or you hate it. I bought it straight away, and was impressed with the quality and comfort and now I love it even more. Arrueda is a Spanish company started in 2014 making custom cycling kit, and now sells designs to... Continue Reading →

WomensKit x Cub House Holiday Ride

This past Sunday we joined forces with the Cub House shop (home to Team Dream and Ringtail cycling apparel brands) to ride our local loop in Los Angeles. We had a sleepy start in the foggy morning but had a ripping good time on the beautiful climbs around Mt. Washington and Rose Bowl neighborhoods. Back... Continue Reading →

Makeup and Cycling

At the WomensKit holiday ride this past weekend, I was asked about my makeup. If I ride 4 times a week, it's a sure bet that at least 2 of those rides is in makeup. I ride frequently on week nights and that means riding in the same makeup I wore to the office. Has... Continue Reading →

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