The new Hoy Vulpine range of clothing will be available to buy for the first time at the London Bike Show later this week.
Café du Cycliste has a new superlight jersey in its range for spring/summer, along with new colour options for existing designs in the clothing range.
The brand, based on the on the French Riviera, has added the new Fleurette jersey (€120), for both men and women, to its Sur Le Bitume performance range. Intended for hot weather, it's made from a lightweight (130g/m2), stretchy fabric that’s designed to shift moisture away from your body.
We told you about Giro’s New Road range when we first saw it at Eurobike last month, and here’s a quick video we did at the time to show you what’s on offer…
The range is extensive, comprising over 60 products: shorts, trousers, shoes, gloves, shirts, base layers, socks… pretty much everything. The common denominator is that it’s all intended to have a performance aspect to it while being suitable to wear off the bike too.
New London-based bike clothing company Road Rags are offering a range of men and women’s merino wool seamless garments all made in England.
The clothing is aimed at urban cyclists, the idea being that you can wear it on the bike and then keep it on in the office, out on the town or whatever – without looking like you’ve just stepped off the bike or smelling like a locker room.
Sitting somewhere between an outer and a mid layer, the Surface Snugflex Hoodie is a useful, unobtrusive bit of kit for city riding.