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Lumiere cycling kit - featured

Lumiere

In early 2015, Lumiere founders Matt and Joe, set themselves a challenge: if they could create kit they were proud of, kit they’d love to ride in, they’d release it for sale to the public. Luckily for us, they succeeded. The first thing you notice about Lumiere is the striking design. This isn’t the work…

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Fat Lad at the Back - cycling kit - featured

Fat Lad at the Back

Fat Lad At The Back (FLAB) was founded by self-proclaimed ‘fat lad’ Richard Bye after he saw a gap in the market for quality cycling gear in real men’s and women’s sizes. Manufactured by a family-run company in Italy, FLAB’s kit is designed to flatter the physique of ‘Mr or Mrs Average’. It has given confidence…

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La Passione

LA PASSIONE is an exciting new Italian bike clothing company. They stand for high quality, well-designed, Italian-made cycling kit – at a price everyone can afford. They use the same high-end factories and materials as other performance brands, but do not sell through retailers, which keeps the price down. La Passione is a brand for those who want…

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Le Col

Le Col is the brainchild of Yanto Barker – an international cyclist with team GB for more than ten years. He’s used his knowledge of elite training and competition to create a new line of high performance kit. All products go through a rigorous two-step testing process – first by Yanto himself and then by…

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Gore Bike Wear

In 1969, L. Gore & Associates invented Gore-Tex, a game-changing performance fabric still used by many leading brands for outdoor wear. In 1985, L. Gore & Associates started experimenting with waterproof, windproof and breathable bike clothing. They didn’t look back. Now Gore Bike Wear is one of the biggest and most trusted names when it…

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Pearl Izumi cycling kit - Featured Image

Pearl Izumi

Japan, 1964: Hiro Shimizu was racing bikes for the Japanese national team. By chance, at the Asian Championships he got to ride in a special Italian-made nylon jersey – different from the cotton jerseys of his teammates. Hiro’s father – Kinji – worked in the clothing industry. He became fascinated by this new style of…

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