We compare 7 of the best waterproof cycling pants for men and women. This post has everything you need to know to choose the best cycling pants. Includes a chart comparing 7 of the best waterproof cycling pants; reviews and videos; plus information about how to choose the best cycling pants, explaining the technology that produces pants that are both waterproof and breathable.
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This in-depth post is about how to choose great waterproof cycling pants. It explains how waterproofness and breathability work in waterproof cycling pants, and explains all aspects that you should consider to make the best choice of waterproof cycling pants.
Just because you’re jumping on your bike, doesn’t mean you have to change your entire outfit. More and more innovative brands are popping up that bridge the gap between sporty apparel and regular, everyday clothes. There’s no prerequisite to dress up in Lycra just because you’re riding a bicycle. In fact, there are many options when it comes to pants that are both stylish and functional. Here are three of my favorite regular pants that do a great job as cycling pants: DUER No Sweat Pants, Resolute Bay Cycling Jeans, and SPOKE Bulletproof Chinos.
This is a review of my all-time favorite waterproof cycling jacket, the Showers Pass Elite 2.1 Waterproof Cycling Jacket. This jacket has it all, in terms of construction, features, and design.
7 of the Best Waterproof Bike Panniers compared, including panniers for commuting and touring. We include a comparative chart, videos, and reviews, to help you choose a pannier for bike touring or commuting that will keep your stuff organized and dry. It’s vitally important for most bike commuters and all people doing cycle tours to have great bike panniers. We have put together this list of 7 of the best waterproof bike panniers, based on our decades of experience.
This in-depth post with videos compares 7 of the best women’s cycling jackets, including windproof and waterproof cycling jackets. Includes a detailed table comparing the jackets, and explains the difference between windproof vs waterproof jackets. Whether you are looking for a waterproof cycling jacket, a windproof cycling jacket, or both – something in this post should do the trick!
This post highlights and compares 7 of the best waterproof cycling jackets for men and women for cycling in rainy weather. A premium waterproof cycling jackets keeps rainwater out, while letting your sweat and body heat escape, so that you can stay dry, while also maintaining a comfortable core temperature as you cycle. Check out these 7 excellent cycling jackets, and decide which one is right for you.
In this post we present, for your convenience, quick links to our most popular posts on waterproof cycling gear. This includes waterproof cycling jackets, cycling pants, cycling balaclavas and winter cycling gloves. We hope this post will be a handy reference point for you to quickly find the information you need to be able to cycle in comfort this fall and winter.
This page presents and reviews the best available waterproof cycling gear to help you keep cycling comfortably through the rainy season. We hope you find it useful! We have included waterproof jackets, waterproof cycling pants, waterproof gloves, and warm balaclavas. If these reviews help you to find the product you are looking for, please be […]
This in-depth post explains how waterproofness and breathability work in waterproof cycling jackets, and explains all important aspects of these jackets, so that you will know how to choose the best waterproof cycling jacket! Includes how the fabric in waterproof cycling jackets works, and the technology behind creating fabrics that are both breathable and waterproof, as developed by Gore-Tex. All of this will help you to make the best choice of waterproof cycling jacket for your needs.
Here’s my full review of the comfy, stylish Showers Pass Rogue Cycling Pants. I have been looking for some more stylish cycling clothes for quite some time. Full lycra/spandex is just not appropriate to meet for lunch or run errands. It hasn’t been easy to find pants that look good but are also functional. I want something quite styling – but on the other hand, I did not want to look like a Pearl Jam refugee in mountain bike attire either. This hasn’t been easy. However, I am really happy with the Showers Pass Rogue Cycling Pants. These pants are designed for men, but work well for women.
So, here is my review of the Two Wheel Gear Classic 3.0 Garment Pannier! Joe recently reviewed the Two Wheel Gear Classic 3.0 Garment Pannier. I thought I would add my own review of this pannier set. I am sure many readers would like a woman’s perspective on this unique pannier, designed for cycle commuters who want to look like the boss when they get to the office. Read all about this unique cycling pannier, which is ideal for professionals who cycle to work. Get a workout on the way to work, and look like a boss when you get there!
This post provides tips for keeping your feet warm and dry for winter cycling. It’s not easy, but it can be done with proper planning and the right gear. The post includes tips on some nifty gear that will help to keep your feet warm and dry. We also recommend FREE items that will help keep your feet dry – you already have these, but you might not have thought of wearing them on your feet!
In my experience being a woman bike commuter has some extra challenges. I’ve figured out some ways to deal with them – here are my top 9 tips for women bike commuters!
Every cyclist needs a complete guide to stretching, to prevent cycling knee and hip pain, and injuries in general. This post explains why cyclists need to stretch, describes the focus areas that cyclists need to prioritize, and introduces you to the most important stretches you need to do to prevent pain. Cycling knee and hip pain in particular is a major concern for many cyclists. The stretches in this post are an easy way to prevent cycling knee pain and hip pain. We also include some basic exercises, if you want to be even more proactive! This post also includes two videos to show you how easy these moves actually are.
7 of the Best Cycling Jerseys explains all about how technical cycling jerseys work, and offers you a comparative choice of 7 of the very best. Cycling jerseys are technical garments that use lightweight, sweat-wicking fabrics to keep you cool, dry, and comfortable while cycling. This post has a chart comparing 7 of the best cycling jerseys, plus reviews to help you choose the best cycling jersey for your needs.
In this gift guide for cyclists we offer suggestion for the 80 best gifts for cyclists in 2020, grouped into price ranges. Whether you are looking for a Secret Santa gift under $15, or something very special for the cyclist you love (where price is no object) – we have you covered! Our suggestions are based on the items that our readers consistently buy and enjoy. And also on products that we personally use and love. We have a handy chart that shows you all of our top gift picks at a glance. After that, we have more details about our top suggestions, plus handy links to many more gift choices.
Here are links to our best and most popular posts about cold weather cycling. Whether you are planning to get your bike ready for winter, wondering if you should buy that super-bright flashing bike light (spoiler … maybe hold off on that one), or wondering how you are going to stay warm and dry on your bike, we have you covered! Our most popular winter cycling posts include advice on how to cycle safely in winter, how to dress for winter cycling, which waterproof panniers to use to protect your stuff, how to use bike lights without annoying other cyclists, and how to get your bike ready for winter.
During the coronavirus lockdown, cities around the world discovered the wonders of clean air, responding with literally “concrete” measures to encourage more citizens to bicycle. This post reports on some of the global changes to cycling that we are seeing due to the Coronavirus (COVID 19).
Many people set out to do bike commuting – and give up because it just does not work out. That’s not because they can’t do it – it’s just because they make some beginner mistakes. Here are the top 7 most common mistakes that people make when they try to become bike commuters.