• Reinforced elbow patches
• Colors: grey, moss
• $115 USD
• Won't crack in cold weather
• Made in Bellingham, Washington
• Fits most wheel sizes and fork combinations
• $24 USD
• Half–sleeve raglan tee design
• Moisture-wicking finish
• Drop back hem
• Standard fit
• 100% Polyester
• Cool Wik fabric which is silky to the touch & breathable in the heat
• Comes in two colours: "Grey Forest Creatures" & "Green Grizzly Camo"
• $55 USD
• Wet weather riding shorts
• 84% nylon/16% spandex
• Water resistance of 10k breathability/20k permeability
• Two zippered front vents, two waterproof zippered side pockets
• Sizes: 28 - 38
• Colors: black, blue
• $129 USD
• 13,000 g/m2/24h breathability
• 18,000 mm water resistance
• Sealed zips
• Hood large enough to fit over helmets
• From sizes XS to XL (model - 5ft 11, 76kg wearing a medium)
• Exterior: 95% Polyamid, 5% Polyester, Interior: 100% Polyester
• Men's and women's cuts
• Air vents to keep you cool
• Waterproof pockets
I honestly think you guys need to re-shoot the video with somebody getting absolutely mashed in mud and all sorts of random crap the typical rider may encounter when out on a winter ride, turned up to 11 tho for our viewing pleasure. For example if the rider comes across a puddle then we would expect no less than a fire hose to the chest to simulate this encounter
I think we can all agree this needs to go on Pink Bikes to-do list.
She says she hasn't ridden in that jersey yet.
It's great how we know these articles are aboit stuff they haven't used yet we still click and read their uninformed opinions (and supply a few of our own).
IIRC, that's a pretty low value even for skiing, and skiing is a lower sweat output, lower humidity sport by far.
How does taping the two together add another £100 to the price??
very popular design on paper cups a few years ago... maybe only in the US
While this is a great idea, the bike industry, as it often does, is charging a lot for it.
Edit; look into a gorka suit.
The one on the left looks like it's made of '80s jet-ski pad rejects, and the one on the right looks like it was cut out of a Mexican Sombrero.
And they're double what the I paid for my last fender.
Good 'ole PB..never saw an advertiser's product they didn't 'like'
I usually don't respond to your posts because they're all so damn negative, but I'm curious. And for what it's worth, Ground Keeper don't advertise on PB - they're a really small operation, run by people who ride