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IB14: Pedal Pushers Club Peddles New Styles, Women’s Tanks, Even Drunk Cyclist Tech Tees

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Pedal Pushers Club New Shirts tank (3)

Always one of our favorite ride-inspired casual clothing companies, Pedal Pushers had some new goods to add to their growing range. Classics like the city tees and tongue-in-cheek “Don’t be such a Roadie” t-shirts aren’t going anywhere so if you have a past favorite, many of them are still there. If you’re looking for women’s tank tops or technical tees, there are some new options after the break…

Pedal Pushers Club New Shirts tank (1)

Currently available in 3 different graphics, the Women’s tank is a tri-blend racerback tank top version of their popular shirts. Available in s-xl, the Tanks sell for $21 each.

Pedal Pushers Club New Shirts tank (2)

The first jersey in their new Tech Tee range, you can fly the Drunk Cyclist colors for $38. Cut like a t-shirt but with the technical fabric of a jersey, the Tech Tee offers UPF 50+ protection from the sun along with PURE-tech moisture wicking. Better yet, they’re made in the USA and available in S-XXL.

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anonymous
anonymous
8 years ago

Indeed, with all this urban apparel, don’t be a roadie is right.

You should be a sidewalkie. Or an indoorie. Or an underwaterie.

ken
ken
8 years ago

What’s with all the hate on roadies, there cyclists too. A big contributing portion at that. How about, don’t be such a hipster…

ken
ken
8 years ago

Sorry, hipsterie…

Pascii
Pascii
8 years ago

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anonymous
anonymous
8 years ago

Yes, we all know the authentic urban cyclist is too good for roads. Have to bunnyhop up onto the sidewalks and run into pedestrians.

CJ
CJ
8 years ago

Just because i shave my legs, doesnt necessarily mean im a princess…

wheelz
wheelz
8 years ago

I’m a roadie, and a XC guy, and formerly a DHer. I take “don’t be such a roadie” to mean stop displaying the worst attitudes of some roadies we all know. In my experience, the people who are truely strong racers are kind and humble since they know they have nothing to prove. It’s the people who imagine they are better than they really are (results don’t lie) who often have the worst attitude and give roadies a bad name.

Cool t-shirts BTW. I’ve just added two to my Christmas wish list.

wako29
wako29
8 years ago

@wheelz: +1

PsiSquared
PsiSquared
8 years ago

Now if we can just right the bad attitudes of cyclists that aren’t roadies, we can make progress.

hipsterscum
hipsterscum
8 years ago

If you’ve ridden in Brooklyn you wouldn’t have the Brooklyn Bridge in your logo. A+ on the roadie shirt, though, gonna wear it while I drink beer after my Cat 3 pack finishes next year.

cbj
cbj
8 years ago

My idea make one where on the back it says: It’s not a race

Robo
Robo
8 years ago

As a roadie, who knows plenty of dbag roadies, I love that shirt.

Rico
Rico
8 years ago

BR where the new Vittoria wheels? Sidi new colors and model 2015? You guys are slackin!

j/k

ayyggss
ayyggss
8 years ago

Philadelphia = major city
Boston = major city
Brooklyn = Boro of a major city
NYC = the actual city

brett
8 years ago

Blows my mind that people are able to get themselves worked about a cycling t-shirt. Relax, I assure you everyone here rides road bikes. Frankly it just flowed a little better than “don’t be a such pretentious weight weenie” (and as to the hipster allegations, I can also assure you there isn’t a single fixie in the place)

thanks for the post, BR!
-Brett @ The Pedal Pushers

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