If you love your Rapha Classic Jersey but wish it had more color, these Trade Team Jerseys might be for you. Check out the full stock at Rapha and don’t forget to pick up the matching cap.
“Following up on the 5 Decades T-Shirt collection from last year…
1962 was the year that marked the return of trade teams to the Tour de France, to replace the previous national line ups. This trio of special edition Rapha jerseys celebrate the three teams and riders who topped the podium that year. The 49th edition of the Tour saw newcomer Raymond Poulidor of Mercier take the third step whilst Belgian Jozef Planckaert of Flandria narrowly lost out to Jacques Anquetil of the iconic St. Raphaël team.”
Looking great. Also, hey Ben!
This is incredible and I don’t even know what to say, other than I can’t wait to see it on someone. See more at Tokyo Fixed and check out their full jersey collection here.
It’s Merckx Mondays (in the Northern Hemisphere anyway) and I’m back in the land of Eddy Merckx. Not Belgium, Melbourne. As far as I’m concerned, classic Eddy Merckx bicycles in Australia is pronounced “F Y X O”. Andy’s supplied the world with great photos of classic steel bicycles over the years and his new 7-FYXO kits are looking great. Pick up the 7-FYXO Jersey here and the FYXO classic bibs here.
Don’t miss the full FYXO photoset here.
Splinter Camo is one of the best patterns from WWII and these vests look amazing. I just ordered mine, check out the details below. Props to Tracko andENDO. These look great.
“There is nothing like a good vest for the Spring time. It’s in the 50s when you leave home and it can be 20 to 30 degrees warmer by the middle of the day. I’ve worn this vest over a lightweight jersey with arm-warmers when it’s 50 degrees and I’ve worn it unzipped and flapping in the wind when it’s 80 degrees. Vests are one of the most versatile pieces of outerwear you can own, on the bike or off. We chose camouflage because we wanted something that would disappear, allowing it to be worn with anything.”
You can see more images…HERE!
Pre-Order runs through April 30th, 2013. Production lead time is 6 weeks.
In Kyle‘s words:
Pre-swoop These Colors Ride…HERE!
Pre-swoop The New Wave…HERE!
Pre-swoop Rule #14 Unisex Bib…HERE!
You can also see more images of the kit…HERE!
After months upon months of design, development and prototyping, the Giro New Road line is now available at select shops. I’ve had hands on experience with many of these pieces and I’m very impressed with the concept and construction. While they look like casual silhouettes, these jerseys are part of an innovative design that allows you to access pockets on the bib “briefs”. Some of these products are meant to work as a kit and others are to be treated as a normal jersey. It’s hard to describe but the product photos below explain better than I can.
The technical, merino blends fit great and have clean, modern lines but most importantly for me, the New Road line is made in the USA and is still affordable. I have and will commend Giro for developing, designing and manufacturing this product line in the state of California.
There’s more to come but for now, you can see the product shots below.
Photos by Ben Ingham
Check out the newest offerings from Rapha’s SS13 line. I’m pumped to see some more women’s offerings and as always, the full line looks great. See more from the Spring Summer 2013 Lookbook for Training & Racing here and the women’s bib shorts here.
Hey Cindy and Mal!
I know there’s been a lot of cool products for sale in recent weeks but you’ve had plenty of time to preoder one of these rad kits, or just the bibs, or the jersey. Either way, tonight at midnight PST, Tracko‘s closing out the first half of the order. So if you want yours soon, get on it.
Preorder These Colors Ride…here.
Preorder The New Wave…here.
Preorder Rule #14 Unisex Bib…here.
You can also see more images of the kit here and a sizing chart here.
Kyle Kelley rarely does product reviews but when he does, they’re very thoughtful and well written. In the latest Trackosaurus Rex review, Kyle looks at domestic warm weather cycling gear, like the SWRVE _BLK Label Merino Wool Full-Zip Sweater. Head over to Tracko to get the scoop.
A back to back Tracko post? This one’s worth it.
Kyle just posted this pre-order notice for his new Endo Customs-made Tracko kits up on Instagram. I don’t usually wear a kit when I ride my track bike, but I don’t care. I’m ordering one anyway. This dude is largely responsible for the popularity of track bikes and his site has been a favorite of mine, since forever (sorry Andy, yours is too!). Everything he touches turns to gold and unlike those Ramblin Rolls, there’s enough of these kits to go around.
Pre-order the Tracko kits until February 28th here.