Some clothing pieces in my internet travels that have grabbed my attention.
Warm, inviting, and cozy are not words you associate with booths at the Sea Otter Classic. To be able to make people feel welcome, even kids and women, it is a great compliment! A quick peek in photos of the Cyclelogical Gear booth.
Hangers made out of rims, spokes and shrader valves.
It has been raining non-stop in Charlotte, NC, I’m not complaining as we have been in a drought.
My morning was pleasant thanks to freshly installed fenders and a Gore Paclite (waterproof) jacket.
How about you, are you wimping out of riding because of rain? Suck it up guys.
Excuse my grammar, sent from my mobile phone.
Make sure.to add me on Twitter @bikeshopgirlcom
The comment was made on my Basic Short article that cycling clothes aren’t always needed. I believe this is true so I made the comment on Twitter to see what everyone thinks or wears. The response is overwhelming and now I sit wishing I had used hash tags in twitter to be able to keep all the comments together for you all to read.
The answers were wide spread from “Yes, every time I ride I wear cycling clothes” to “No, I don’t own spandex or even a technical t-shirt.” Now I’m doing some research on well priced clothing that can double as cycling and everyday wear.