October 25, 2016
by The Editors of Bicycling
For superb comfort on long rides, I want a kit that fits well, breathes on hot days, and has a chamois comfy enough to stand up to hours of pedaling. Lately, I reach for the Pactimo Ascent Air 2.0 bibs and jersey.
This kit is part of the brand's mid-range "Pro" fit. It's slim, but not constricting-the same benchmark that I hold my comfiest tees to. The sleeves are on the long side, and the collar is high, too-I felt very covered-up when I wore it (which isn't a bad thing, especially on sunny days)....
Simple mountain bike gear for technical trails by Matt Phillips / Bicycling Magazine When a clothing company’s motto includes “raised on the road,” it might not be the first place you would think to look for mountain ...
“…get one of these Velcro kilts from Pactimo.” by Ben Delaney & Josh Patterson / Bike Radar “If you’ve been riding bikes for a while, you’ve been there: changing conspicuously between street clothes and riding ...
Ann’s story on how she got into cycling and what she is doing now to help women continue in the sport. by Ann Trombley, Coach, Author, National Champion Looking back on my cycling career, my first training rides wer...
November 28, 2016
November 18, 2016
I tested out the new Women’s Apex kit recently, and was pretty impressed. The Apex Jersey is super lightweight and breathable. The back and sleeves are made of a mesh-like fabric that offers great air flow on hot days and wicks moisture really well, even while wearing a hydration pack.
November 17, 2016
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