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Posts tagged cycling kit
My pal, Keith Morlen raced in Milford Ohio this past weekend. It was a little wet.
I think his wife took these.
I hope I’m still riding bikes when I’m Keith’s age… no offense Keith!
Guys and gal from the local bike shop, Clarksville Schwinn, took part in the Norton Healthcare Bike to Beat Cancer fundraiser today in Louisville, Ky! Yay!
Ordered in April from Twin Six, the Art Crank colab. jerseys have shipped and I received mine today. I picked a men’s small because although I am a woman my shoulders disagree with clothes cut for the “female figure”.
Wish the jersey had one of those great sticky rubber bands around the bottom hem to hold it down to my bibs, but it’s cool, it’s fits nice, looks great, build seems great. We’ll see how it works in the 100 and above degree temperatures we get here in the humid Ohio Valley.
Really hope Twin Six decides to make bib shorts to match, I’ll definitely pick up a pair!
My first Twin Six jersey and I’m very satisfied! Thanks ya’ll!
Also… if you’re not familiar with Art Crank, check it out, it’s a Poster Party for Bike People!
As well, if you want some cycling gear not plastered with logos to make you a billboard for some company that isn’t giving you shit, throw all of your money at Twin Six.
Added bonus, the jersey is made in the U.S.A. STOKED.
Saw this Showers Pass Rouge Hoodie on Pedal Consumption and I got the wants… I don’t have a good close fitting cold/wet jacket. I like this color too although it wouldn’t match my kit at all, but whatever, I’m not looking at me when I’m riding.
”People are always asking what is a good winter hoodie for street riding… since I live in one of the most wet climates. Showers Pass based in Portland are experts in finding remedies for cold weather and rain. TheirRogue Hoodie which claims to be fiercely weather resistant technical hoodie is just that. Features a 3-layer waterproof softshell Artex material ideal for temperatures 55 degrees and below.
See more details @ Showers Pass.”
Great photos of the A.D Ruff gravesite in Kentucky found on the Crazy Guy On A Bike Bicycle Touring blog, which is current, and a good read!