|Team Garmin-Cervelo sets the pace at the front of the pack.|
5. It's not "PRO" to wear anything else. If you want to look "Euro-Pro," take it to the next level by showing up at a group ride only half-dressed to ride with bib shorts on, straps dangling down by your side, brandishing a cotton cycling t-shirt and cycling cap. Continue getting dressed in the parking lot with less than five minutes to go and still roll up to the start on time perfectly assembled.
3. Chamois stays put. Traditional cycling shorts can tend to slip down a little over time, and the seatpad can move with them. The result? Potential for chafing, saddle sores, and unhappy times. Keeping that seatpad/chamois snug to the body and in place plays a large part in bib shorts being found by most, if not all, to be the most comfortable option for a riding short.
|Castelli's top-of-the-line Progetto X2 chamois packs a powerful punch. Sculpted foam layers, gel inserts designed to relieve pressure off soft tissue areas, and a perforated, highly breathable top chamois layer guarantee maximum comfort for those long days in the saddle.|
|Pearl Izumi Women's Drop Tail Bibs give |
female riders the ability to go easily when on the go.
|Coming soon: new and improved|
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