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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…

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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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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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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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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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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7mesh

7mesh was formed by a three industrious Canadians, Calum Davidson, Tyler Jordan and Ian Martin in 2013. Their vision was to create innovative and technical clothing for both roadies and mountain bikers. With their experience in the technical outdoor clothing industry, the Squamish locals had the idea of providing cyclists with clothing perfect for the…

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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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MAAP

Created and designed in Melbourne Australia, and distributed through select cycling stores, MAAP produce premium cycling apparel for men and women who appreciate quality, design and art. MAAP’s philosophy is all about creating cycling staples with longevity; combining timeless style with premium quality and performance fabrics. Their products are proven on the road, in real…

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