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Louis Garneau

Louis Garneau is a Canadian ex-Olympic cyclist that began his company in the early 1980s. His ambitions were to wear his clothing brand during the 1984 Olympic Games and to produce quality garments for cyclists everywhere. Starting in his parent’s garage, he built his company into a leading brand in the cycling industry. The company…

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Chapeau!

Chapeau! is a bike clothing brand for the people. Think unpretentious and down to earth – with a touch of class and a dash of British cheekiness. Their kit is designed to look good, work hard but not break the bank. They want people to ask nice questions about your kit as you queue for…

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SUGOi

Sugoi is a road cycling and running brand that was founded in 1987 in Vancouver. Their clothing and gloves have exceptional breathability and moisture-wicking properties. Sugoi apparel is of high quality and sets new standards for fit and functionality. Their wide range of clothing means that Sugoi is popular among road cyclists, mountain bikers, and…

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Attaquer

Australian-based Attaquer are breaking all the rules normally associated with cycling apparel. ‘Fearless design’ they call it. All we know is this: cover Italian performance wear with front and back peacock feathers and you’re going to turn heads. Attaquer do a range of kits: wild, limited edition full kits (get ’em early while they last);…

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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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De Marchi

De Marchi is one of the world’s oldest cycling clothing brands and their passion for heritage shows in the design of their products. Founded just a few months after world war II in 1946, by Emilio De Marchi. The brand became famous for using merino wool to make cycling jerseys and shorts. De Marchi is…

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