Performance cycling jackets have come a long way in recent years, and Capo's HiVis super reflective jacket, Sugoi's RSE NeoShell rain jacket, and Sportful's Hot Pack Ultralight Jacket offer three distinct options for riding when the sun ain't shining.
The guys at Capo Cycling continue to present some of the best looking in-line kits around, and the Dorato steps up quality and design at mid-range prices. Here’s a look at the Dorato thermal jacket, short sleeved jersey, bib shorts, leg warmers, Piemonte Wind gloves & booties, and Euro wool socks.
The Padrone jersey and bibs shorts are Capo's topline compression fabric based kit, and show the evolution and extension of the brand Capo can be proud of, and most guys should feel pretty good wearing. I also look at new base layers, super light wind vest & arm warmers, socks, and their new Pittards leather gloves.
We’ve been watching, using and reviewing the Capo kit for a few years now, and although only 4 years old, the brand’s success has been driven by presenting consistently good product for all seasons. Their latest Winter kit is a nice evolution, with almost every piece getting an update.
Hell no, we're not done with Interbike. Bottom line, there's too much stuff to try and cram it all in to a week or two. What was the coolest thing this year? It's inside... along with a lot of cool stuff from Serotta, Capo, Scicon, Sidi, Genuine Innovations, and TRP Brakes.
Capoforma have been making the PEZ house kit for years. Capoforma isn't only a custom brand though, they also turn out a few slick stock items. Here's a look at the new Atlas and Modena kits ready for the rest of the Summer.
Going to the Giro is more than seeing a bellissima bike race, it’s also a chance to visit the actual factories of the coolest cycling brands. My trip to this year’s race was not complete until I’d dropped in on Marcelo Bergamo and his family at their factory near Milan, to see exactly how the PEZCycling custom kit is made…