Showing posts with label Cycling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cycling. Show all posts

Friday, September 23, 2011

Six Six One Long Sleeve Protection, Subgear Compression

Compression + Padding = Subgear Compression 

In a never ending pursuit of innovation in protection, SIXSIXONE introduces Subgear. Subgear combines the advantages of anti-microbial compression top garment with the protection of Intella-foam and EVA foam. The result is the perfect undergarment for motocross.
  • Mesh window in the upper back area for added breathability
  • SubGear utilizes an anti-microbial 4-Way compression fabric called Dri-Kool.
  • Wicks moisture off skin while keeping the rider cool, even on hot days.
  • Strategic amounts of Intella-Foam are light and absorb sudden hard impacts more than traditional EVA foam four times its thickness.
  • Flat-lock stitching eliminates irritating seams.

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Pedaler Clothing

Easy and Simple, got to love that.
All garment inventory and descriptions are now updated! If you select a garment and then get sold out upon completion of your order, someone beat you to it. I’ll try and keep the buttons as updated as possible. Unworn, unused, untested returns are accepted within 10 days after your receipt. Please call for a return confirmation number. Orders will take 1-3 days to process then a package tracking number will be sent to you.

pedaler (at) pedalerclothing (dot) com or call 877.315.PDLR.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Grease Monkey Wipes, Low Tech Solution, High Results!

busted a chain, changed a tire and your hands are lets say a little dirty. Well Grease Monkey to the rescue. These packs store on your bike, messenger bag or car, when you get into a situation that calls for dirty hands, no more pants to bail you out.

Grease Monkey Wipes are the premier individually packaged cleaning wipes for cyclists and triathletes.
Each pre-moistened wipe uses a natural citrus-based formula to handle heavy duty cleaning, including grease and grime.
Grease Monkey Wipes are perfect for cleaning up post ride or after a mid-ride repair and should be carried by roadies, mountain bikers, triathletes, cyclocross riders, bike messengers, and bike commuters. Keep Grease Monkey Wipes in your saddle bag, bento box, jersey pocket, post-race bag, transition bag, messenger bag, backpack, toolbox, workshop, or wherever you play dirty.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Chrome, the next Timbiktu (maybe)

Looking out for functional stuff is hard Timbuktu makes some of the best bags, they used to be part of the USAT Membership. That being said you just can't wear their bags out. However it seems like there is a new player in the works, ok maybe not new but up and coming CHROME, Chrome was founded in Boulder, CO by a couple of guys who needed a bag that lasted forever. They began sewing in their garage using the toughest material they could find. A company came out of that with a philosophy of building stuff that would function well in tough conditions and would last a lifetime.

Eight years later we moved our operations to San Francisco. Today, our production has outgrown the garage and we make our products all over the world. We remain committed to using the best materials, hardware and design to bring products to our customers that they can count on.

There's not a lot of nonsense in our gear, just materials and construction that serve a purpose and last a lifetime. We stand behind everything we make.

Now they make much more then just bags (don't they all), their Light Weight Shins Slate

  • Made of 4-way Tweeve™ Durastretch™ fabric, a durable, breathable fabric, that retains its shape and is also water-repellant
  • Cut high in back and low in front
  • Keeper pockets
  • Lightly padded chamois seat and inseam
  • Reinforced hem
  • Zipper and secured cargos
  • Articulated knees
  • Got to like when companies see a need and address it. 

    Monday, September 29, 2008

    CycleOps, Club Pro 300PT

    Now back in late 1998 through 2003 Schwinn had a great Spin bike called the Johny G. Since then the bike world has taken a new look fitness, you have the people that will do the spin classes and you will have the avid triathlete who want a little more. Along came CycleOps, they added things like power, hr data, interactive display with a large, easy-to-read LCD screen, time, cadence, and energy expenditure, stores data files on proprietary USB stick and Power Agent Software for a complete analysis of your workouts, best of all it is Mac and PC compatible, more than you can say about Polar.

    If you are looking for the best off season trainer look know further the Club Pro 300pt is the real thing.

    Friday, April 11, 2008

    Specialized S-Works 2D helmet, SUPERLIGHT

    It must feel great to be ridding like you were a kid again, nothing on your head screaming down your street or hill with not a care in the world for safety. This is the lightest helmet in the world and yes you will feel like a kid again. Specialized has something called, Kevlar Intermatrix, "patented uni-directional Kevlar fiber internal reinforcement holds everything together. This InnerMatrix with carbon bridges effectively supports the dual density foam, allows wide-open airflow to vents, and since it's bulletproof Kevlar, decreases overall weight without compromising strength." Whatever, it looks cool, makes it lightweight and changes how you once thought of helmets.

    Now go be a kid again!

    Thursday, February 28, 2008

    Pearl iZumi - AMFIB Lobster Glove

    Winter riding can be tough and like skiing finding gloves that work are even tougher.Pearl iZUMi has come up with a unique solution to the problem, split the fingers, two and two, for mountain biking you have two for braking while still holding on the the bar.
    Split finger design for maximum warmth
    •Fully insulated waterproof protection
    •Ripstop fabric shell is lightweight and durable
    •Reflective piping for nighttime visibility
    •Microfleece wiping surface
    •Split finger design makes it easy to use brake levers
    •Pittards® leather palm for excellent grip and durability
    •Contents: Palm: 80% Pittards® Leather/20% Olefin, Shell Back: 80% Nylon/10% Polyester/10% Polyurethane, Lining: 100% Polyester

    You got to like companies that push the limit and find better ways to stay outside.

    Sunday, February 10, 2008

    Cycle Caddy, golf just got interesting!

    Golf has some good aspects, mostly being outside and for the pro's they at least walk from tee to tee. For most golf is about getting away and sitting in a golf Kart. One thing that Europe has on the U.S. is they let you do things a little different, like allowing you to ride instead of take a kart. Along come the Golf Caddy, attach to bike and pull your clubs around the course. This is great and so simple. The site is in German so, but the images speak for themselves.
    Check it out, Cycle Caddy