We’re pleased to introduce our second presale for 2019, going on now until May 19, 2019. Like the kit we released earlier this year, the colors are a charcoal grey and steel blue. New for our spring team collection we are offering a team specific jersey, designed for our Development Team, arm warmers and base layers.
The Chicagoland Area Bicycle Dealers Association (CABDA) came to San Diego on Jan 16-17. We were pleasantly surprised to see brands from across the country show up for the 2 -day regional trade show. The exhibitor list was quite impressive, and gave us an opportunity to see some of the latest trends in cycling up close. Here we give you some of our favorite products from the show.
We’re pleased to introduce our second cycling kit for presale until Jan 17. Like the first, we have partnered with Eliel Cycling to offer a product that not only looks amazing, but will offer riders premium comfort, fit and utility. Months in the making, we wanted to create a design that was clean and meaningful.
The Ridgeline Jacket and Slate Vests are designed for performance and versatility. Form-fitting, lightweight and easily packable, these layers will be a welcome addition to your fall and winter adventures. Both feature windproof fronts and breathable mesh backs. Large back pockets provide additional storage.
It gets cold, you add more layers. We created a new vintage illustration and threw it on the perfect template, a classic zip-up hoodie. This jacket is currently pre-sale only with an estimated delivery of Oct. 27. Once pre-orders close, retail cost will be $55.
We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with Eliel Cycling, one of the world's premier cycling apparel manufacturers. Together this partnership will deliver inspiring content, a series of gravel rides here in Southern California and our premium cycling kit for pre-order. We have also created our very first socks, as well as a new 100% organic cotton Rothera Cycling Cap design now available at special pre-order pricing! SHOP THE COLLECTION
We've seen companies are rapidly introducing new gravel specific bikes, wheels, tires and many other products as they seek to answer the needs of riders in this quickly growing category. But is there a demand for gravel specific clothing? Or are current road and mountain specific apparel offerings sufficient.