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Leading Cycling Apparel | Biemme Cycling Short Sleeve Jersey | USA

 Classic Cycling >  One of the Leading Cycling Apparel Stores for Men and Women. We carry industry’s top-notch leading brands like Giordana, Castelli, Nalini, Le-Col, Bianchi Milano, Sportful and many more cycling apparel and accessories.

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Every week we put some of the leading branded Cycling Jersey, Bib shorts and cycling shorts on a clearance or offer a coupon. We are happy to try and prices match our competitor’s price.

Identity is a summer cycling jersey designed for hot days. As all the Summer Clothes: Biemme Cycling Short Sleeve Jersey it provides optimal comfort and freshness favoring the air circulation. Identity jersey is made with the Mondrian fabric.

Tech Specs
  1. Race Fit Mondrian fabric with stretch side panels in Jersey fabric
  2. 3 Open back pocket
  3. Mandarin V-neck collar
  4. Reflective band on the sides of the pockets
  5. 3/4 Invisible zip
  6. Straight fit
  7. Made in Italy

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Get A New Look With Latest Le Col Cycling Bib Shorts @ Class

The HC Range: Le Col HC Cycling Bib Shorts have specifically been designed to be a combination of performance function and style! We have selected a top end gel chamois for the HC bib shorts, giving you unrivaled comfort mile after mile! New laser cut bib straps sit flat against the skin for maximum comfort.

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Features:

  1. High-quality gel chamois
  2. Laser cut straps
  3. Silicone "gummy gripper"
  4. Reflective strips

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Giordana Astana Pro Cycling Jersey | Men's Cycling Apparel | Cycling Accessory

The Astana Fr-C Pro Cycling Team Short Sleeve Jersey is built with 16 panels of quality level fabrics, which have been Specifically Designed For Giordana and are strategically utilized right through the jersey. The four needle flat seams are constructed of eight strong but fine threads and offer dual color contrast accents. All of this combines to create a particular lightweight, breathable, and race ready jersey. Classic Cycling > One of the largest Online Cycling Apparel And Accessory Store.

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Tech Specs:

  1. Exclusive four-way stretch front panel fabric
  2. Soft fabric waistband by way of light elastic at the interior
  3. Breathable mesh under the arms
  4. Wonderful lightweight back panel
  5. 190 E has woven elastic at the sleeve cuffs and the rear waistband
  6. Two reflective tabs on each side of the jersey

Four total pockets:

  1. Three cargo pockets with pocket lip 
  2. 4th  zip pocket

Cycling Jersey and Bib Shorts clearance for Cycling Lovers!

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Giordana Moda Team : Tenax Pro Short Sleeve Jersey | Men's Cycling Clothes

The Giordana Moda Tenax Pro Jersey introduces a more relaxed fit compared to our FR-C Pro and Scatto Pro jerseys. Multiple fabrics are used, including a microfiber polyester fabric on the torso of the jersey and at the back of the neck. A relaxed Men's Summer Cycling Jersey should never be a sloppy or ill-fitting and the combination of these fabrics creates a perfect and comfortable fit for cyclists.                   

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Tech Specs:

  1. Lightweight Asteria 2.0 with 2% Spandex on the shoulders and sleeves
  2. Turned arm cuffs
  3. Rear elastic gripper
  4. Reflective tab on the left side
  5. Four total pockets: three rear cargo pockets
  6. Pocket lip and a fourth pocket on the left side of the jersey

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