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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…

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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Twin Six

Graphic designers – Brent Gale and Ryan Carlson – founded Twin Six in 2004 with one humble ambition: “to change the face of cycling apparel”. Their fresh, energetic designs broke the mould in a market dominated by replica pro kits and licensed apparel. Since then, they’ve stayed at the leading edge of bike fashion. Always…

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dhb

dhb is the cycling own-brand label of wiggle.com – the giant online UK sports retailer. They are an affordable and stylish option for road cyclists, always well-stocked and with a strong line of products for women as well as men. dhb has separate lines for commuters, racers and long-distance riders.  

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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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Milltag cycling kit - featured

Milltag

UK-based Milltag is best known for high-quality custom kits and exciting design collaborations with top artists from around the world. They’ve created bespoke kits for bands, clubs, charities, events. But a lot of the good stuff is also available to buy in their online store. All their kit is visually arresting and ethically manufactured. But…

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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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Chapeau! cycling kit - featured

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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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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Rapha cycling kit - featured

Rapha

Rapha is a London-based clothing company that needs little introduction. It epitomises the style, culture and attitude of contemporary road biking. In 12 years, Rapha hasn’t wavered from its core vision: to design without compromise for the most discerning of riders. Offering a vast catalogue of high-performance cycling apparel for men and women, Rapha has become instantly recognisable thanks to…

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