Snowboarder with a bike racing problem... Bike Apparel Buyer @ Backcountry.com.
Team Europcar the Course helmet at the Tour Down Under in 100 degree heat!!
Kyuong, Id suggest an XS
I love this bike first for the super light and stiff platform, which every road racer demands, but Ridley goes beyond with smooth cable routing and a parts kit that give you a solid ride that continues working in conditions like this.
Super machining and never loosens up.
Ive been using the Zxelliums for a few years and love the new upper on the ultimate.
New carbon wrap creates more support on the in-step area, while maintaining massive amounts of mesh for hot feet.
I also size these like my Salomon running shoes.
Normally, I don't go for cargos... but Levi's nailed it here.
The cargos feature a slimmed down fit that doesn't make you look like you just walked out of the Army/Navy store and the beefed up fabric/stitching make these great for wear and tear on the bike or in the shop.
The cargo pockets are also smaller than I was expecting and positioned for easy access when pedaling.
Super durable fabric and water resistant coating also make these great for camping, climbing or winter weather.
Id recommend these as the slim alternative to 'Mountain Khakis'
This helmet beat my expectations in the summer, but the added coverage makes winter riding much more comfortable.
Additionally, the Roc-loc air retention system would make me buy this helmet on fit alone.
The system's forehead pad is slightly positioned away from foam, reducing any pressure points caused by different head shapes.
This bib short is most similar to the Free Aero with a longer inseam, which I think is perfect for colder weather and pairs perfect with the NanoFlex leg warmer.
The combination of stretch and durability make these a great all-season option... Not only reserved for cycling adventures; also awesome for camping, hiking and log-pulling.
Love this jacket because of the bomber protection in the front and neck.. while the lighter mesh like back keeps you from over heating. Wouldn't recommend for wet weather. Tron camo also gets you some good looks.
I've been a super fan of SIDI forever. They've always had the best fit and performance. The only thing I didnt like was the weight... This is all changed now with the new wire system. I'm not sure how cycling shoes could get any better!
Love the semi athletic fit. The Insulation adds warmth in the right places. Works great for extra warmth in athletic winter activites, but also looks awesome for one the town advantures.
My girl friend wanted a super warm down jacket that didnt make her look like a mountainer... Result; She is happy.