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Clothing Roundup: Fall Gear from Rapha, Jorts, Recycled Fabric from State Co & more

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There’s a lot of new gear coming out and lots of clothing to match. No matter what type of riding you do, there’s something here for you; Post-Consumer Recycled Fabric, casual wear, socks, and even some sweet jorts to rock on/off the podium. Here’s a glimpse of the latest and greatest new clothing hitting the trails.

State Bicycle Co Post-Consumer Recycled Fabric Kits

As riders, we must ensure that we take care of our outside playground and preserve it for future generations. That is why State Bicycle Co. went about using recycled/recyclable materials in this product and packaging. Each jersey and bib set is constructed with Repereve recycled polyester – made from 100% post-consumer waste (primarily water bottles).

How does riding in a recycled water bottle jersey feel? State Co. claims the fabrics are woven in a tight-knit circular mesh so that the rider notices no physical difference between the recycled material and other traditional options. Recycled Kit Line is available in a performance cut, with premium grippers on both the jersey and bibs.


  • Jersey $79.99
  • Bibshorts $89.99
  • Full Kit $150.00


Snēk Cycling Mountain and Desert Collections

As cyclists, when we’re not on the bike, we like to see the landscape and scenery of the places we love to ride. Snēks new collection represents just that; the Wasatch Mountains of Northern Utah and Southern Utah’s red desert rock. The collections include high-quality merino socks, casual hats, and cotton tees that will match many styles.

The merino socks provide odor, temperature, and moisture regulations for all-day comfort and multi-day ride sessions, while the hat and tee are must-haves for the post-ride chill session. The low profile trucker hat features a quality woven label of the Wasatch Mountains, and the 5-panel hat features a soft, packable brim makes it easy to stuff in a jersey pocket. The collections are complemented by a unique dot pattern tee shirt design of the landscapes.


  • 5-Panel hat: $27.00
  • Merino Wool Socks: $18.00
  • Cotton T-shirt: $25.00


Ripton & Co Jorts

After a soft launch in December 2019 of their performance jorts, the Ripton & Co. team has reimagined their flagship product. Now in two washes (light and dark), with a refined fit and added features, Ripton & Co. claim these are the most advanced technical jorts ever made.

Clothing Round up Womens Action Jorts MTB

The jorts themselves are composed of a hyper-thin 8.5 oz 38% weft stretch fabric, with a soft feel, ready to hit the trails out of the box – Available for both men and women.

Clothing Round up Womens MTB

Ripton & Co.

Price: $89.00

Feetures Release Cycling Sock

Feetures are mostly recognized as a running sock, claimed to be “Americas #1 running sock,” and they just entered the bike lane. The sock carries many of the same characteristics of the classic Feetures socks; adding padding in the footbed and various cushioning levels. The 7″ height is sure to attract the cycling crowd along with ultra-thin levels of the sock available for hot summer riding.

Price: $15.00


Rapha Pro Team Long Sleeve Jersey

Now that the weather feels more like fall in some regions, riders are reaching for the long sleeve kit and leg warmers. Rapha arrives right on time with its new Pro Team Long Sleeve jersey. Rapha claims its new jersey is warm when you need it but breathable as well, comprised of high-end elastane rich fabric. Made from 88% Polyester 12% Elastane, this jersey will definitely stretch to keep you comfy on long fall rides, with enough give to stuff the pockets full.

Available for both Men and Women, the range is designed to cover every aspect of training and racing, combining performance and comfort for those who demand the very best.

Price: $130.00


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