Gloves can come in any color, so long as it's black. This is a popular sentiment, one by which His Lanceness -- and by extension, all his teams -- lived. There is an undeniable businesslike air to all-black, and one that hews to a timeless aesthetic. Giordana called on these intangibles when designing its Sport Gloves.Three different kinds of microfiber are used to build this comfortable, long-wearing glove that will not only stand up to sweat, and dirt, and gravel, but epic battles with your washing machine. Thin, stretchy microfiber covers most of the back to give the glove a snug feel. The thumb down to the cuff is covered with a thicker terry-like wicking microfiber for wiping your nose and forehead, while the palm has a thicker, suede-like microfiber for durability, shock absorption, and crash protection. It is strategically padded so that there's just enough cushion.A hook-and-loop tab at the wrist secures the glove, while on the palm side of the cuff there is an Italian tricolor pull tab for both flavor and an easy way to tug the glove.The Giordana Sport Gloves come in one color, Black. Sizes run from Small to X-Large.
Been saving up to buy my first proper road bike all summer, and now I'm torn between buying the 2013 Roubaix Sport, which comes in at the top of my budget. Or, waiting to see how the 2014 models price out.
Based on what I know about the the 2014s, they will all feature SL4 frames with internal cabl ... Read More »
The standard wheels on the new 2014 GTR (shimano and sram versions) are apparently a Fulcrum Racing Sport, see Details section on:
[url=http://www.wilier.it/en/products/road-bike/gtr/]GTR, categoria bici: Road Bike | Wilier Triestina[/url]
Probably a Wilier specific build of Fulcrum wheels. But does ... Read More »
I've been combing the craigslist ads for a couple months now searching for an old road bike to use as a commuter. I recently saw an ad for an 86 schwinn world sport. I may have a chance to go look at it tomorrow. The owner wants $75 and says it's in good condition.
I've been riding an old, dep ... Read More »
I am itching to pick up one or two vintage sport touring steel bikes (70s to 90s). Will use them more for the sport aspect rather than touring. I realize none will be lightweight but being on the lighter side would be appreciated. Also inexpensive used prices would also be appreciated. I am not fami ... Read More »