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Stylish

Style’s a subjective thing, but some brands clearly know the fashion game.
Look no further if you’re the kind of rider who’s Instagraming your kit combos before hitting the road.
These brands show what happens when fashion designers get into bikes
and start obsessing about whether their socks match their gloves…

Ornot cycling kit - featured

Ornot

Ornot believes you shouldn’t spend a ton of money on bike clothing just to be a rolling billboard for a brand. As they put it: “we try to keep the design in check for minimal coffee line embarrassment.” Ornot’s kit is simple and classy – a brand for the rider who still remembers that cycling…

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Morvelo cycling kit - featured

Morvelo

UK-based Morvelo design for every kind of cyclist – and they make some of the coolest kits around. Founders Oli and Dave started out with 25+ years’ racing experience, £500 and a box of T-Shirts. Now Morvelo is one of the ‘go to’ brands for fashion-conscious riders. In their own words: “The Morvelo philosophy isn’t…

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Vulpine

In 2012, British entrepreneur Nick Hussey set about creating bike kit to challenge the snobbery and cliqueness from some parts of the cycling industry. The result is Vulpine: a fresh, fun and accessible brand that ‘looks beautiful and works superbly’ – both on and off the bike. Vulpine is instantly recognisable thanks to its designs…

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The Pedla

Pedla is one of a number of new Australian roadwear brands pushing the envelope when it comes to performance and style. They are a lean, boutique brand operating out of Melbourne who produce limited runs (or seasons) of beautiful cycling couture. In their own words: “kit that looks as good as it performs”. Fabrics are…

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Cadence cycling kit - featured

Cadence

In 2003 visual artist Dustin Klein took elements of San Francisco’s bike messenger culture as the inspiration for a complete collection of performance cycling kit. Cadence was born. This is good-looking, high performance gear. Over 13 years, Cadence has diversified to cater for all kinds of cycling: road, dirt, commuting, touring. And they also have…

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Black Sheep

Black Sheep Cycling is one of a bunch of exciting new clothing brands to come out of Australia in the last few years. They’ve made a name for themselves with eye-catching, artistic and limited edition kits. As their name suggests, they want their riders to stand out from the crowd, so these seasonal kits are…

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Cafe du Cycliste

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Isadore cycling kit - featured

Isadore

Brothers Martin and Peter Velits are professional cyclists who’ve competed in the world’s biggest road races, including the Tour de France and many Classics. They founded Isadore Apparel to make the kind of kit they’d always wanted to wear, after years wearing other people’s branded kit. In Peter’s words: “We know how hard cycling can be,…

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Stolen Goat cycling kit - Featured Image

Stolen Goat

This has to be one of the more unusual brand names in bike clothing. According to founder – Tim – goats like getting off the beaten track, climbing hills and sniffing out coffee (!). Rather like your modern road cyclist. ‘Stolen’ adds a whiff of extra adventure. Tim created the brand to ‘work less and…

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