Some brands put comfort above all else.
They’re the ones with technology, fabrics or tailoring that make riding your bike a pleasure.
They’ll keep you warm when it’s cold, cool when it’s hot, reduce chafe, and give you great-fitting kit,
even if you don’t have the exact proportions of an Olympic athlete.
Amreet Singh and Yuva Viswanathan founded RedWhite in Singapore in 2014 after a punishing 200km ride. Frustrated by the lack of bib shorts designed to make long rides bearable, they decided to create their own. Six months later RedWhite launched The BIB – designed specifically for ultra-distance riders. The chamois is breathable, anti-bacterial and thermal-moulded…View
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,…View
Established in 1979, with the sole purpose of crafting the best cycling clothing on the market. Giordana Cycling was born in America and made in Italy. In the founder’s words, “it’s the best of both worlds”! Their cycling clothing combines Italian craftsmanship and style. It is a premium brand with the performance to more than…View
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…View
Bontrager has been on an interesting journey. In the 80s Keith Bontrager, a former motorcycle racer, made his name designing and building cutting edge mountain bikes. In 1995, the Trek Bicycle Corporation acquired Bontrager Cycles and kept Keith on as president. Keith continued to innovate at Trek – focusing mainly on Bontrager-branded bike components. Nowadays,…View
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…View
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…View
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…View
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…View
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