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  • Assos
    The apparel designers at Assos are known for scrutinizing every last detail of the clothing that they create. It's this dedication and work ethic that continuously keeps Assos at the top of the cycling apparel world, and it's immediately apparent with everything that Swiss powerhouse produces. The new Competitive Cyclist SS Jersey Equipe Lady is no different, as it's made with Assos' signature fabrics and small details, and it's available exclusively from Competitive Cyclist. The majority of the SS Jersey Equipe was constructed from the new Assos Textile Lab Development - Type 151 fabric. This innovative material was designed with body temperature regulation in mind, as its composition works to transfer moisture at varying rates. When your body is hot, and your perspiration levels are high, the material reacts by accelerating moisture transfer away from your skin to the fabric's surface, where it dries quickly. Inversely, when your body cools down, the opposite effect results, where the evaporation process slows down, using body moisture as a means of retaining warmth. For additional body temperature control and increased moisture wicking, the SS Equipe's underarm panels have been constructed with Assos' highly elastic, lightweight mesh. The placement of this material provides you with both a free range of motion and enhanced breathability. The SS Equipe's fit is anatomically correct for the female body while in the riding position. According to Assos, the ultimate goal when designing the SS Equipe Jersey was to 'provide total comfort when in the saddle' and to allow you to reach your maximum physical capacity. In order to accomplish these objectives, the fabrics chosen for this jersey incorporate a high level of smooth, stretchy Lycra, which translates to a fit that is nonrestrictive. The pre-shaped fabric panels contour to your shape, providing you with unmatched levels of comfort and upper body support. Finishing touches on the SS Equipe Jersey include a f...
    $153.99  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    We wouldn't put our name on just any ol' kit -- it has to be something special. The Louis Garneau Competitive Cyclist Masters Team bib short is definitely something special. Aside from its stunning good looks (you're welcome) the Master Team bib short is packing all the top-shelf goodness that you've come to expect from Louis Garneau.Louis Garneau's unparalleled fit and fabrics expertise is on full display in the Masters Team bib, its blend of materials combining superb feel and flexibility with excellent muscle support in the form of precisely controlled compression. Namely, a fabric called CB Lycra Power joins forces with another called CB Lycra Pro, strategically placed across the bib's seven primary panels. The Power material stretches less and so lends the bib its compressive qualities around the leg's primary firing muscles, while the Pro fabric is a bit more flexible and places at the boundaries of the Power sections, granting exceptional comfort and flexibility. The Power Mesh bib straps are designed to feel as minimal as possible by being breathable and chafe-free, its two rear straps joining at the sternum and channeling down the center of the front of the torso to prevent uncomfortable contact. And the party trick? The Coldblack treatment of the darker panels, deflecting heat that's otherwise absorbed by dark-colored cycling apparel. Louis Garneau uses it Motion Airgel chamois in the Masters Team bib short. We won't hold it against you if you first read Airgel as Angel, because the Motion Airgel's ride is heavenly. It consists of the usual high-density padding in various thicknesses throughout. It also has the raised plateaus of padding where you want support and recessed valleys for areas you'd rather didn't bear any load.The real star of this insert, though, is the cutout in the back is made from vented mesh instead of foam, so it allows for exponentially more stretch and movement than a non-mesh panel. This is what recommends the Motion Airgel for...
    $129.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    The Louis Garneau logo has adorned many a kit in the peloton over the years, so it was a natural choice to go with LG when we designed the Competitive Cyclist Team kits. Combining a balance of support, comfort, and durability, the Competitive Cyclist Men's Power Bib Shorts will shepherd you through any ride adventure with an added dose of style that shows your support for the #GrowMTB movement. The Power Bib Shorts are made from a mix of Power+ Lycra, Pro+ Lycra, and Power Mesh that work together to create a moisture-wicking, compressive fit that will keep you cool and dry even on the warmest of days. According to Garneau, this combination of materials also increases blood circulation to the leg muscles. In theory, this means your muscles will feel perkier and less fatigued while tackling those big mountain passes compared to shorts that don't include LG's Power fabric mix. On top of promoting happy muscles, LG designed these bib shorts to reduce irritation from chafing and pressure points, providing maximal comfort across a long day in the saddle. Featuring ten panels stitched together with flatlock seams and smooth, seamless inner leg panels, the Power Bib Shorts mold to each rider's specific shaped to virtually eliminate abrasion and friction-induced irritation. LG includes its Motion Airgel chamois with a mix of multi-thickness perforated high-density foam and perforated gel inserts to provide a dry, pinch-free, and downright comfy ride. To cap it off, the Competitive Cyclist Power Bib Shorts are made with LG's Powerband leg cuffs to keep the shorts firmly in place. A back pocket allows for quick stashing of cash, a phone, or even a race radio if needed.
    $95.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    The Louis Garneau logo has adorned many a kit in the peloton over the years, so it was a natural choice to go with LG when we designed the Competitive Cyclist Team kits. Combining a balance of support, comfort, and durability, the Competitive Cyclist Men's Power Bib Shorts will shepherd you through any ride adventure with an added dose of style that shows your support for the #GrowMTB movement. The Power Bib Shorts are made from a mix of Power+ Lycra, Pro+ Lycra, and Power Mesh that work together to create a moisture-wicking, compressive fit that will keep you cool and dry even on the warmest of days. According to Garneau, this combination of materials also increases blood circulation to the leg muscles. In theory, this means your muscles will feel perkier and less fatigued while tackling those big mountain passes compared to shorts that don't include LG's Power fabric mix. On top of promoting happy muscles, LG designed these bib shorts to reduce irritation from chafing and pressure points, providing maximal comfort across a long day in the saddle. Featuring ten panels stitched together with flatlock seams and smooth, seamless inner leg panels, the Power Bib Shorts mold to each rider's specific shaped to virtually eliminate abrasion and friction-induced irritation. LG includes its Motion Airgel chamois with a mix of multi-thickness perforated high-density foam and perforated gel inserts to provide a dry, pinch-free, and downright comfy ride. To cap it off, the Competitive Cyclist Power Bib Shorts are made with LG's Powerband leg cuffs to keep the shorts firmly in place. A back pocket allows for quick stashing of cash, a phone, or even a race radio if needed.
    $95.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    We wouldn't put our name on just any ol' kit -- it has to be something special. The Louis Garneau Competitive Cyclist Masters Team bib short is definitely something special. Aside from its stunning good looks (you're welcome) the Master Team bib short is packing all the top-shelf goodness that you've come to expect from Louis Garneau.Louis Garneau's unparalleled fit and fabrics expertise is on full display in the Masters Team bib, its blend of materials combining superb feel and flexibility with excellent muscle support in the form of precisely controlled compression. Namely, a fabric called CB Lycra Power joins forces with another called CB Lycra Pro, strategically placed across the bib's seven primary panels. The Power material stretches less and so lends the bib its compressive qualities around the leg's primary firing muscles, while the Pro fabric is a bit more flexible and places at the boundaries of the Power sections, granting exceptional comfort and flexibility. The Power Mesh bib straps are designed to feel as minimal as possible by being breathable and chafe-free, its two rear straps joining at the sternum and channeling down the center of the front of the torso to prevent uncomfortable contact. And the party trick? The Coldblack treatment of the darker panels, deflecting heat that's otherwise absorbed by dark-colored cycling apparel. Louis Garneau uses it Motion Airgel chamois in the Masters Team bib short. We won't hold it against you if you first read Airgel as Angel, because the Motion Airgel's ride is heavenly. It consists of the usual high-density padding in various thicknesses throughout. It also has the raised plateaus of padding where you want support and recessed valleys for areas you'd rather didn't bear any load.The real star of this insert, though, is the cutout in the back is made from vented mesh instead of foam, so it allows for exponentially more stretch and movement than a non-mesh panel. This is what recommends the Motion Airgel for...
    $129.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Capo
    Capo and Competitive Cyclist have teamed up again, this time making a 12cm sock that's ready for all your rides and races this season. With Capo's proven design and an CC's exclusive graphic treatment, they'll keep you comfortable, dry, and looking good out there. The socks were made from Coolmax, which is both breathable and works to pull moisture from the skin. A lightweight mesh panel at the top of the foot works to promote cooling airflow, while reinforced heel and toe areas add light cushioning and durability to the socks. Capo finished off the socks with a 12cm cuff height, which works to provide both added coverage and give your lower leg muscles and ankles a light amount of compressive support. The Capo Competitive Cyclist 12cm Socks are available in sizes Small to X-Large and in the colors Black and White.
    $7.48  from Backcountry
  • Capo
    Capo and Competitive Cyclist have teamed up again, this time making a 12cm sock that's ready for all your rides and races this season. With Capo's proven design and an CC's exclusive graphic treatment, they'll keep you comfortable, dry, and looking good out there. The socks were made from Coolmax, which is both breathable and works to pull moisture from the skin. A lightweight mesh panel at the top of the foot works to promote cooling airflow, while reinforced heel and toe areas add light cushioning and durability to the socks. Capo finished off the socks with a 12cm cuff height, which works to provide both added coverage and give your lower leg muscles and ankles a light amount of compressive support. The Capo Competitive Cyclist 12cm Socks are available in sizes Small to X-Large and in the colors Black and White.
    $7.48  from Backcountry
  • Competitive Cyclist
    The Competitive Cyclist Pro Peloton socks let everyone know where you go for the best selection of premium cycling goods on the planet. They're built from nylon, with a touch of spandex to keep them snug. The nylon construction helps them pull moisture away from your skin, to keep your feet dry and fresh. And they're tall enough to sit a bit above your ankles, without being mistaken for a set of always contentious compression socks. The Competitive Cyclist Pro Peloton socks are available in four sizes, from Small, to X-Large, and in the color Black/red.
    $16.50  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Competitive Cyclist
    We're celebrating the launch of our latest professional mountain bike project with the Competitive Cyclist Grow MTB T-Shirt. We call it a project instead of a team because it's actually a combination of professional cyclists, a Junior Development Program in partnership with a Park City's own Summit Bike Club, and #GrowMTB, which constitutes the online social space where the worlds of the professional and the aspirant intersect. The aim is to share our love of racing, training, inspiration, and cycling in general all with the soft hand and light stretch of a made-in-the-USA American Apparel T-Shirt. Get growing with us.
    $11.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Competitive Cyclist
    We admit that we might be biased, but we're confident that anyone who's had the chance to ride the Crest Trail will agree that it's among the best mountain bike rides in the world. It's certainly the best ride in the region. Given that Crest is such a significant presence in Utah's mountain bike scene, we were happy that the locally owned and operated Silver Bean Coffee decided to adopt its name for our collaborative blend, the Competitive Cyclist Crest Trail Limited Edition Coffee. Silver Bean was founded by Matt and Shannon Happe (nee Bahrke) , two people who love exploring the terrain of Utah's Wasatch Mountains and then sharing their experiences over coffee. Shannon's collection of two Olympic and two World Championship mogul medals indicates her love for the snow. Matt, who originally emigrated from Nebraska to see what real snow was all about, also took well to the roads and trails of the Wasatch, founding what became one of the largest bike shops in Utah. The Happes also love their community and their sports, helping no fewer than 30 athletes on the U. S. Ski Team toward their sporting goals, contributing to local charity and community support organizations, and staying active and present in sports programs, races, and general get-outside-type events in the local scene. That local scene loves Crest, and, again, we're certain that anyone who turns a crank on any of its legendary sections will instantly agree. The technical terrain, the silky singletrack, the impossible-to-relate beauty of the mountain vistas -- Crest is something that has to be experienced to really be appreciated. Since it threads through the heart of the Wasatch Mountains, the name of one particularly formidable section, the spine, may be appropriately applied to the entire trail. It's kind of the spine of the Wasatch Mountains. For the Crest Trail Blend, Silver Bean paired some of their favorite Central and South American coffees to take advantage of American beans' iconic balance o...
    $10.00  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Competitive Cyclist
    Coffee has long been a presence in cycling. While the cycling community shares collective memories involving grand tour leaders enjoying a cup on rest days or the classic pictures of greats like Coppi having a coffee with the morning paper during six day races, most of us have also developed our own personal connection between cycling and coffee -- usually in the presence of friends and fellow cyclists. This relationship between coffee and sport is what compelled the founding of Silver Bean Coffee, and now we've had the opportunity to partner with them to create Old Ranch Roast. Silver Bean was founded by Matt and Shannon Happe (nee Bahrke) , two people who love exploring the terrain of Utah's Wasatch Mountains and then sharing their experiences over coffee. Shannon's collection of two Olympic and two World Championship mogul medals indicates her love of snow. Matt, who originally emigrated from Nebraska to see what real snow was all about, also took well to the roads and trails of the Wasatch, founding what became one of the largest bike shops in Utah. The Happes also love their community and their sports, helping no fewer than 30 athletes on the U. S. Ski Team toward their sporting goals, contributing to local charity and community support organizations, and staying active and present in sports programs, races, and general get-outside-type events in the local scene. The Old Ranch Roast blend is named for the Old Ranch Road loop, a staple ride near our home office in Park City, Utah. Given that it's surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains, the loop is relatively tame when it comes to climbing, so it accommodates all types of rides, groups, and purposes. Our memories of it include everything from mellow group rides, where we let the crank do the work while chatting with friends through cool-weather base miles, to cross-eyed hammerfest intervals in the big ring. Given our love for the ride, we had high hopes for the blend. The Old Ranch Road -- err -- Roast is a tho...
    $10.00  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Competitive Cyclist
    We?'re showing our support for the Competitive Cyclist professional mountain bike project with this classic Louis Garneau Hat. Made from 100% cotton, the one-size-fits-all cycling cap features a 5-panel design with an elastic back, and its front brim keeps you protected from the elements. The mission of #GrowMTB is not only to support our professional team of cyclists, but to encourage riders at all levels to participate in the sport of mountain biking. We hope to foster lifelong riding habits and offer a social space where riders of all levels can share their experiences.
    $14.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Competitive Cyclist
    The Competitive Cyclist Pro Peloton socks let everyone know where you go for the best selection of premium cycling goods on the planet. They're built from nylon, with a touch of spandex to keep them snug. The nylon construction helps them pull moisture away from your skin, to keep your feet dry and fresh. And they're tall enough to sit a bit above your ankles, without being mistaken for a set of always contentious compression socks. The Competitive Cyclist Pro Peloton socks are available in four sizes, from Small, to X-Large, and in the color Black/red.
    $16.50  from Backcountry
  • Competitive Cyclist
    We admit that we might be biased, but we're confident that anyone who's had the chance to ride the Crest Trail will agree that it's among the best mountain bike rides in the world. It's certainly the best ride in the region. Given that Crest is such a significant presence in Utah's mountain bike scene, we were happy that the locally owned and operated Silver Bean Coffee decided to adopt its name for our collaborative blend, the Competitive Cyclist Crest Trail Limited Edition Coffee. Silver Bean was founded by Matt and Shannon Happe (nee Bahrke) , two people who love exploring the terrain of Utah's Wasatch Mountains and then sharing their experiences over coffee. Shannon's collection of two Olympic and two World Championship mogul medals indicates her love for the snow. Matt, who originally emigrated from Nebraska to see what real snow was all about, also took well to the roads and trails of the Wasatch, founding what became one of the largest bike shops in Utah. The Happes also love their community and their sports, helping no fewer than 30 athletes on the U. S. Ski Team toward their sporting goals, contributing to local charity and community support organizations, and staying active and present in sports programs, races, and general get-outside-type events in the local scene. That local scene loves Crest, and, again, we're certain that anyone who turns a crank on any of its legendary sections will instantly agree. The technical terrain, the silky singletrack, the impossible-to-relate beauty of the mountain vistas -- Crest is something that has to be experienced to really be appreciated. Since it threads through the heart of the Wasatch Mountains, the name of one particularly formidable section, the spine, may be appropriately applied to the entire trail. It's kind of the spine of the Wasatch Mountains. For the Crest Trail Blend, Silver Bean paired some of their favorite Central and South American coffees to take advantage of American beans' iconic balance o...
    $10.00  from Backcountry
  • Competitive Cyclist
    Coffee has long been a presence in cycling. While the cycling community shares collective memories involving grand tour leaders enjoying a cup on rest days or the classic pictures of greats like Coppi having a coffee with the morning paper during six day races, most of us have also developed our own personal connection between cycling and coffee -- usually in the presence of friends and fellow cyclists. This relationship between coffee and sport is what compelled the founding of Silver Bean Coffee, and now we've had the opportunity to partner with them to create Old Ranch Roast. Silver Bean was founded by Matt and Shannon Happe (nee Bahrke) , two people who love exploring the terrain of Utah's Wasatch Mountains and then sharing their experiences over coffee. Shannon's collection of two Olympic and two World Championship mogul medals indicates her love of snow. Matt, who originally emigrated from Nebraska to see what real snow was all about, also took well to the roads and trails of the Wasatch, founding what became one of the largest bike shops in Utah. The Happes also love their community and their sports, helping no fewer than 30 athletes on the U. S. Ski Team toward their sporting goals, contributing to local charity and community support organizations, and staying active and present in sports programs, races, and general get-outside-type events in the local scene. The Old Ranch Roast blend is named for the Old Ranch Road loop, a staple ride near our home office in Park City, Utah. Given that it's surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains, the loop is relatively tame when it comes to climbing, so it accommodates all types of rides, groups, and purposes. Our memories of it include everything from mellow group rides, where we let the crank do the work while chatting with friends through cool-weather base miles, to cross-eyed hammerfest intervals in the big ring. Given our love for the ride, we had high hopes for the blend. The Old Ranch Road -- err -- Roast is a tho...
    $10.00  from Backcountry
  • Competitive Cyclist
    The Competitive Cyclist Pro Peloton socks let everyone know where you go for the best selection of premium cycling goods on the planet. They're built from nylon, with a touch of spandex to keep them snug. The nylon construction helps them pull moisture away from your skin, to keep your feet dry and fresh. And they're tall enough to sit a bit above your ankles, without being mistaken for a set of always contentious compression socks. The Competitive Cyclist Pro Peloton socks are available in four sizes, from Small, to X-Large, and in the color Black/red.
    $16.50  from Backcountry
  • Assos
    Within the walls of Assos' design facilities, the latest fabrics, fits, and design details are refined over and over again. This level of dedication derives from the Swiss apparel manufacturer priding itself on continuously being at the top of its class, tirelessly working to build the most advanced cycling apparel in the world. The newly released Competitive Cyclist SS Jersey Equipe embodies this spirit to the very last stitch, representing Assos' new short sleeve jersey design that's been finished off with an exclusive Competitive Cyclist colorway. The bulk of the Competitive Cyclist SS Jersey Equipe was constructed from the new Assos Textile Lab Development - Type 151 fabric. This innovative material was designed with body temperature regulation in mind, as its composition works to transfer moisture at varying rates. When your body is hot, and your perspiration levels are high, the material reacts by accelerating moisture transfer from your skin to the fabric's quick-drying surface. Inversely, when your body cools down, the opposite effect results, where the evaporation process slows down, using body moisture as a means of retaining warmth. For additional body temperature control and increased moisture wicking, the SS Equipe's underarm panels have been constructed with Assos' highly elastic, lightweight mesh. The placement of this material provides you with both a free range of motion and enhanced breathability. In terms of fit, the Competitive Cyclist jersey is situated between the SS. Uno s7 and SS. Mille. This translates to a contoured fit that isn't too loose or too tight, complementing most body types and those who prefer a smoothly-stretching, supportive top over a compressive, race-cut jersey. Of course, this jersey, like all Assos jerseys, has been designed to accommodate the body within the cycling position. Accordingly, you'll find that the fit feels tight and oddly contoured while standing. However, the moment that you stretch to the hoods or get ...
    $131.99  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Assos
    Within the walls of Assos' design facilities, the latest fabrics, fits, and design details are refined over and over again. This level of dedication derives from the Swiss apparel manufacturer priding itself on continuously being at the top of its class, tirelessly working to build the most advanced cycling apparel in the world. The newly released Competitive Cyclist SS Jersey Equipe embodies this spirit to the very last stitch, representing Assos' new short sleeve jersey design that's been finished off with an exclusive Competitive Cyclist colorway. The bulk of the Competitive Cyclist SS Jersey Equipe was constructed from the new Assos Textile Lab Development - Type 151 fabric. This innovative material was designed with body temperature regulation in mind, as its composition works to transfer moisture at varying rates. When your body is hot, and your perspiration levels are high, the material reacts by accelerating moisture transfer from your skin to the fabric's quick-drying surface. Inversely, when your body cools down, the opposite effect results, where the evaporation process slows down, using body moisture as a means of retaining warmth. For additional body temperature control and increased moisture wicking, the SS Equipe's underarm panels have been constructed with Assos' highly elastic, lightweight mesh. The placement of this material provides you with both a free range of motion and enhanced breathability. In terms of fit, the Competitive Cyclist jersey is situated between the SS. Uno s7 and SS. Mille. This translates to a contoured fit that isn't too loose or too tight, complementing most body types and those who prefer a smoothly-stretching, supportive top over a compressive, race-cut jersey. Of course, this jersey, like all Assos jerseys, has been designed to accommodate the body within the cycling position. Accordingly, you'll find that the fit feels tight and oddly contoured while standing. However, the moment that you stretch to the hoods or get ...
    $131.99  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Capo
    Capo and Competitive Cyclist have teamed up again, this time making a 12cm sock that's ready for all your rides and races this season. With Capo's proven design and an CC's exclusive graphic treatment, they'll keep you comfortable, dry, and looking good out there. The socks were made from Coolmax, which is both breathable and works to pull moisture from the skin. A lightweight mesh panel at the top of the foot works to promote cooling airflow, while reinforced heel and toe areas add light cushioning and durability to the socks. Capo finished off the socks with a 12cm cuff height, which works to provide both added coverage and give your lower leg muscles and ankles a light amount of compressive support. The Capo Competitive Cyclist 12cm Socks are available in sizes Small to X-Large and in the colors Black and White.
    $7.48  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Capo
    No kit is complete without the perfect accessories, which is why the Capo and Competitive Cyclist team made the Rosa 12 Socks. With Capo's proven design and an CC's exclusive graphic treatment, they'll keep you comfortable, dry, and looking sharp. The socks were made from Coolmax, which is both breathable and works to pull moisture from the skin. A lightweight mesh panel at the top of the foot works to promote cooling airflow, while reinforced heel and toe areas add light cushioning and durability to the socks. Capo finished off the socks with a 12cm cuff height, which works to provide both added coverage and give your lower leg muscles and ankles a light amount of compressive support. The Capo Competitive Cyclist Rosa 12 Socks are available in sizes Small to X-Large and in the color White.
    $6.98  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Capo
    Capo and Competitive Cyclist have teamed up again, this time making a 12cm sock that's ready for all your rides and races this season. With Capo's proven design and an CC's exclusive graphic treatment, they'll keep you comfortable, dry, and looking good out there. The socks were made from Coolmax, which is both breathable and works to pull moisture from the skin. A lightweight mesh panel at the top of the foot works to promote cooling airflow, while reinforced heel and toe areas add light cushioning and durability to the socks. Capo finished off the socks with a 12cm cuff height, which works to provide both added coverage and give your lower leg muscles and ankles a light amount of compressive support. The Capo Competitive Cyclist 12cm Socks are available in sizes Small to X-Large and in the colors Black and White.
    $7.48  from Competitive Cyclist
  • One Industries
    We're pretty picky about equipment, and gloves are one piece of the equation that definitely hasn't escaped our scrutiny. That's why we teamed up with One Industries to create the Competitive Cyclist Vapor Gloves. With a thin, unpadded palm, and a breathable mesh back, they're a full fingered masterpiece. If you want unrestricted handlebar feel, and you want to fly the flag of your favorite online bike shop, it doesn't get much better than this. The perforated Clarino palm is the key to the Vapor gloves' unrestricted handlebar feel. That connection is augmented with silicone grippers at both the palm and the fingertips. The back of the glove is equally spartan, consisting solely of stretch mesh. This helps it breathe easily and move with your hand without any binding. They're perfectly simple, just the way we like it. The One Industries Competitive Cyclist Vapor Gloves are available in five sizes, from Small to XX-Large, and in the color White/red/gray.
    $16.50  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Specialized Water Bottles
    Stay properly hydrated without dealing with a funky aftertaste when you're sipping from the 22-ounce Competitive Cyclist Water Bottle. Made in the USA with a low-density polymer, this water bottle is freezer-friendly and incredibly easy to grip when you're grinding away on long rides. Its 5-nanometer-thick silicone dioxide treatment inside the bottle keeps plastic from leaching into your precious H2O, preventing the dreaded plastic taste that comes with low-quality plastic bottles.
    $8.95  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Wisecracker
    Who said beer is not a great recovery drink? Not us. That?'s why we had to have a Wisecracker Competitive Cyclist Headset Spacer Bottle Opener. Carry it in your pocket or fit it neatly as a headset spacer under your handlebars, you?'ll never need to be without a way to open that brew on the trails again. Made from 6061 aluminum, Wisecracker bottle openers are designed to last. We?'re not messing around here. This will be a seriously durable, essential tool in your kit. The hard-black anodized finish will keep its sheen even after you?'ve cracked open hundreds of bottles. And at the same time, the 4. 8mm stack height will help you get your position on the bars absolutely spot on. And even if you don?'t want to take the five minutes to install it on your bike, at only 16 grams, you won?'t notice the weight whether you are carrying it in your cargo pants or in a saddlebag. If you love us and you love beer, what better way to join the two together than by hooking up with a Wisecracker Competitive Cyclist Headset Spacer Bottle Opener? Fits 1-1/8 headsets.
    $17.95  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    Representing a collaboration between Louis Garneau and Competitive Cyclist, with special edition graphics to commemorate the Summit Bike Club, the Louis Garneau Competitive Cyclist Masters Team Long-Sleeve Jersey is the same that's worn by the Summit Bike Club Masters team. This long-sleeve jersey is based off Louis Garneau's Elite Aero Jersey, offering an ultra-light, airy feel with enhanced aerodynamics. Fully sublimated graphics feature Competitive Cyclist's logo front and center, with POC's logo, LG's insignia, and Competitive Cyclist's #growMTB signature hashtag to promote our message of spreading trail riding skills to up-and-coming riders.
    $64.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    The Louis Garneau Competitive Cyclist Women's Power Shorts provide a supportive and comfortable ride for any cycling adventure, with a big dose of style in support of your favorite team (which is our team, of course) . The Power Shorts are made from a mix of strategically placed panels of Power+ Lycra and Pro+ Lycra, resulting in a compressive, moisture-wicking fit that will keep you cool and dry even on the warmest of days while providing just the right amount of compressive support. According to Garneau, this compression increases blood circulation to and through the leg muscles, which means your muscles will feel less fatigued while tackling that century ride than if you were in shorts that don't benefit from LG's Power fabric mix. In addition to promoting happy muscles, LG designed these shorts to maximize comfort and reduce pesky irritation from pressure points and chafing. Featuring 10 carefully placed panels, flatlock seam construction, and seamless inner leg panels, the Power Shorts mold to each rider's individual physique and nearly eliminate irritation from friction and abrasion. LG includes its women-specific Motion Airgel chamois with a combination of perforated gel inserts and multi-thickness perforated high-density foam for a dry, pinch-free, and exceptionally comfy ride. To cap it all off, the Competitive Cyclist Power Shorts are made with LG's Powerband leg cuffs and an added layer of lining at the lower back. These details serve to keep the shorts firmly in place while preventing any unwanted exposure.
    $83.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    Louis Garneau clothing has been a consistent presence in the peloton for many years, so it's no surprise the Competitive Cyclist Team chose Garneau when designing their kits. The Women's Competitive Cyclist Power Bib Shorts provide a combination of support and comfort to get you through whatever type of ride or race you throw at them. The Power Bib Shorts are constructed from a mix of Power+ Lycra, Pro+ Lycra, and Power Mesh for a moisture-wicking, compressive fit that keeps you cool and dry, and according to Garneau, increases blood circulation to the leg muscles. In theory, this means your muscles will be happier and less tired on those long endurance rides with the Power Bib Shorts compared to shorts that don't have the Power fabric mix. In addition to happier muscles, these bib shorts are also designed to increase rider comfort and reduce irritation from chafing and pressure points. Featuring 10 panels, seamless inner legs, and flatlock seam construction, the Power Bib Shorts flex to move with each rider's shape and pedal stroke to nearly eliminate irritation from abrasion and friction. Garneau adds in its women-specific Motion Airgel chamois with a mix of perforated gel inserts and multi-thickness perforated high-density foam to get rid of moisture and provide a comfy, pinch-free ride. To cap it all off, the Competitive Cyclist Power Bib Shorts are finished with Garneau's Powerband leg cuffs to keep everything firmly in place, while a back pocket allows for easy and secure stashing of cash, phones, or race radios.
    $95.97  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    Show your allegiance to your preferred bike shop this season with the Louis Garneau Competitive Cyclist Masters Team jersey. This warm-weather jersey packs all the features and high-tech fabrics that you'd expect from Louis Garneau, along with our exclusive team design.The majority of the Masters Team jersey is made with Carbon Ion fabric. The reason behind this is simple. This material features a highly breathable knit with a fabric weight that's slightly compressive (110g/m2) . This means that road vibration will have a lessened effect on the muscle groups of the torso, while maintaining a cool temperature. Also, with the calculated addition of the carbon fiber filament to the fabric knit, this material's moisture management has been exponentially advanced. And even more impressively, the carbon fiber naturally blocks out static and rogue atmospheric electrical interference for an increased anaerobic output and a delayed onset of fatigue.Louis Garneau also used Power+ Lycra in the construction of the Masters jersey. This material differs from typical Lycra with its complex knit structure. Its knit contains more Lycra per square inch, which provides more stretch and better muscle support. Basically, the more support given to the muscles, the less detriment that impact vibration poses to them. On top of this, the fabric offers compressive properties, meaning that proper bloodflow is promoted throughout the torso and upper arms. Garneau claims that the favorable circulation from the Power+ Lycra jersey increases resistance to fatigue by 10 to 20% over a long duration. The fabric also absorbs less water, and dries faster, than standard Lycra. For fit, you'll find that the Masters Team jersey is perfectly adaptable to the position and movements of cycling. In fact, Garneau cut the jersey on an anatomic contour in order to ensure this. And securing the fit are Garneau's Lazer Rev arm cuffs and a noninvasive silicone waist gripper. You'll also find that Garneau has ...
    $159.96  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Louis Garneau
    Show your allegiance to your preferred bike shop this season with the Louis Garneau Competitive Cyclist Masters Team jersey. This warm-weather jersey packs all the features and high-tech fabrics that you'd expect from Louis Garneau, along with our exclusive team design.The majority of the Masters Team jersey is made with Carbon Ion fabric. The reason behind this is simple. This material features a highly breathable knit with a fabric weight that's slightly compressive (110g/m2) . This means that road vibration will have a lessened effect on the muscle groups of the torso, while maintaining a cool temperature. Also, with the calculated addition of the carbon fiber filament to the fabric knit, this material's moisture management has been exponentially advanced. And even more impressively, the carbon fiber naturally blocks out static and rogue atmospheric electrical interference for an increased anaerobic output and a delayed onset of fatigue.Louis Garneau also used Power+ Lycra in the construction of the Masters jersey. This material differs from typical Lycra with its complex knit structure. Its knit contains more Lycra per square inch, which provides more stretch and better muscle support. Basically, the more support given to the muscles, the less detriment that impact vibration poses to them. On top of this, the fabric offers compressive properties, meaning that proper bloodflow is promoted throughout the torso and upper arms. Garneau claims that the favorable circulation from the Power+ Lycra jersey increases resistance to fatigue by 10 to 20% over a long duration. The fabric also absorbs less water, and dries faster, than standard Lycra. For fit, you'll find that the Masters Team jersey is perfectly adaptable to the position and movements of cycling. In fact, Garneau cut the jersey on an anatomic contour in order to ensure this. And securing the fit are Garneau's Lazer Rev arm cuffs and a noninvasive silicone waist gripper. You'll also find that Garneau has ...
    $159.96  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Assos
    Within the walls of Assos' design facilities, the latest fabrics, fits, and design details are refined over and over again. This level of dedication derives from the Swiss apparel manufacturer priding itself on continuously being at the top of its class, tirelessly working to build the most advanced cycling apparel in the world. The newly released Competitive Cyclist SS Jersey Equipe embodies this spirit to the very last stitch, representing Assos' new short sleeve jersey design that's been finished off with an exclusive Competitive Cyclist colorway. The bulk of the Competitive Cyclist SS Jersey Equipe was constructed from the new Assos Textile Lab Development - Type 151 fabric. This innovative material was designed with body temperature regulation in mind, as its composition works to transfer moisture at varying rates. When your body is hot, and your perspiration levels are high, the material reacts by accelerating moisture transfer from your skin to the fabric's quick-drying surface. Inversely, when your body cools down, the opposite effect results, where the evaporation process slows down, using body moisture as a means of retaining warmth. For additional body temperature control and increased moisture wicking, the SS Equipe's underarm panels have been constructed with Assos' highly elastic, lightweight mesh. The placement of this material provides you with both a free range of motion and enhanced breathability. In terms of fit, the Competitive Cyclist jersey is situated between the SS. Uno s7 and SS. Mille. This translates to a contoured fit that isn't too loose or too tight, complementing most body types and those who prefer a smoothly-stretching, supportive top over a compressive, race-cut jersey. Of course, this jersey, like all Assos jerseys, has been designed to accommodate the body within the cycling position. Accordingly, you'll find that the fit feels tight and oddly contoured while standing. However, the moment that you stretch to the hoods or get ...
    $131.99  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Craft
    In the ongoing debate between baselayer and no baselayer, the Craft Competitive Cyclist Men's Sleeveless COOL Mesh Superlight Base Layer wins out as the go-to option for those days when you just want a little bit more than a jersey up top out on the road with a dash of Competitive Cyclist flair. Made from Craft's lightweight C017 mesh fabric, this baselayer features a large-holed mesh woven with hexachannel fiber that whisks moisture away to keep you cool while providing just a hint of insulation to fend off early fall breezes. C017 also boasts exceptional elasticity for a body-hugging fit that won't constrict or pinch and stays smooth under your jersey for clean, crisp fabric lines. Strategic paneling takes advantage of these properties to provide a fit that feels nearly custom as you zip up and clip in for the ride.
    $49.95  from Competitive Cyclist
  • MiiR
    The ample 64oz MiiR Growler offers you the most charitable way to transport your beverages. While the Growler features more than a day's worth of insulating capabilities and a convenient pouring top with easy access, MiiR also includes an impact bracelet with each purchase, which allows you to track the implementation of an actual water project that's designed to provide clean water to one person for one year. One Growler equals one project and a benevolent way to say cheers.
    $49.00  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Craft
    In the ongoing debate between baselayer and no baselayer, the Craft Competitive Cyclist Men's Sleeveless COOL Mesh Superlight Base Layer wins out as the go-to option for those days when you just want a little bit more than a jersey up top out on the road with a dash of Competitive Cyclist flair. Made from Craft's lightweight C017 mesh fabric, this baselayer features a large-holed mesh woven with hexachannel fiber that whisks moisture away to keep you cool while providing just a hint of insulation to fend off early fall breezes. C017 also boasts exceptional elasticity for a body-hugging fit that won't constrict or pinch and stays smooth under your jersey for clean, crisp fabric lines. Strategic paneling takes advantage of these properties to provide a fit that feels nearly custom as you zip up and clip in for the ride.
    $49.95  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Craft
    In the ongoing debate between baselayer and no baselayer, the Craft Competitive Cyclist Men's Sleeveless COOL Mesh Superlight Base Layer wins out as the go-to option for those days when you just want a little bit more than a jersey up top out on the road with a dash of Competitive Cyclist flair. Made from Craft's lightweight C017 mesh fabric, this baselayer features a large-holed mesh woven with hexachannel fiber that whisks moisture away to keep you cool while providing just a hint of insulation to fend off early fall breezes. C017 also boasts exceptional elasticity for a body-hugging fit that won't constrict or pinch and stays smooth under your jersey for clean, crisp fabric lines. Strategic paneling takes advantage of these properties to provide a fit that feels nearly custom as you zip up and clip in for the ride.
    $49.95  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Craft
    In the ongoing debate between baselayer and no baselayer, the Craft Competitive Cyclist Men's Sleeveless COOL Mesh Superlight Base Layer wins out as the go-to option for those days when you just want a little bit more than a jersey up top out on the road with a dash of Competitive Cyclist flair. Made from Craft's lightweight C017 mesh fabric, this baselayer features a large-holed mesh woven with hexachannel fiber that whisks moisture away to keep you cool while providing just a hint of insulation to fend off early fall breezes. C017 also boasts exceptional elasticity for a body-hugging fit that won't constrict or pinch and stays smooth under your jersey for clean, crisp fabric lines. Strategic paneling takes advantage of these properties to provide a fit that feels nearly custom as you zip up and clip in for the ride.
    $49.95  from Competitive Cyclist
  • Specialized Water Bottles
    Stay properly hydrated without dealing with a funky aftertaste when you're sipping from the 22-ounce Competitive Cyclist Water Bottle. Made in the USA with a low-density polymer, this water bottle is freezer-friendly and incredibly easy to grip when you're grinding away on long rides. Its 5-nanometer-thick silicone dioxide treatment inside the bottle keeps plastic from leaching into your precious H2O, preventing the dreaded plastic taste that comes with low-quality plastic bottles.
    $8.95  from Backcountry
  • Wisecracker
    Who said beer is not a great recovery drink? Not us. That?'s why we had to have a Wisecracker Competitive Cyclist Headset Spacer Bottle Opener. Carry it in your pocket or fit it neatly as a headset spacer under your handlebars, you?'ll never need to be without a way to open that brew on the trails again. Made from 6061 aluminum, Wisecracker bottle openers are designed to last. We?'re not messing around here. This will be a seriously durable, essential tool in your kit. The hard-black anodized finish will keep its sheen even after you?'ve cracked open hundreds of bottles. And at the same time, the 4. 8mm stack height will help you get your position on the bars absolutely spot on. And even if you don?'t want to take the five minutes to install it on your bike, at only 16 grams, you won?'t notice the weight whether you are carrying it in your cargo pants or in a saddlebag. If you love us and you love beer, what better way to join the two together than by hooking up with a Wisecracker Competitive Cyclist Headset Spacer Bottle Opener? Fits 1-1/8 headsets.
    $17.95  from Backcountry
  • One Industries
    We're pretty picky about equipment, and gloves are one piece of the equation that definitely hasn't escaped our scrutiny. That's why we teamed up with One Industries to create the Competitive Cyclist Vapor Gloves. With a thin, unpadded palm, and a breathable mesh back, they're a full fingered masterpiece. If you want unrestricted handlebar feel, and you want to fly the flag of your favorite online bike shop, it doesn't get much better than this. The perforated Clarino palm is the key to the Vapor gloves' unrestricted handlebar feel. That connection is augmented with silicone grippers at both the palm and the fingertips. The back of the glove is equally spartan, consisting solely of stretch mesh. This helps it breathe easily and move with your hand without any binding. They're perfectly simple, just the way we like it. The One Industries Competitive Cyclist Vapor Gloves are available in five sizes, from Small to XX-Large, and in the color White/red/gray.
    $16.50  from Backcountry
  • Capo
    Capo and Competitive Cyclist have teamed up again, this time making a 12cm sock that's ready for all your rides and races this season. With Capo's proven design and an CC's exclusive graphic treatment, they'll keep you comfortable, dry, and looking good out there. The socks were made from Coolmax, which is both breathable and works to pull moisture from the skin. A lightweight mesh panel at the top of the foot works to promote cooling airflow, while reinforced heel and toe areas add light cushioning and durability to the socks. Capo finished off the socks with a 12cm cuff height, which works to provide both added coverage and give your lower leg muscles and ankles a light amount of compressive support. The Capo Competitive Cyclist 12cm Socks are available in sizes Small to X-Large and in the colors Black and White.
    $7.48  from Backcountry