You're not always riding an hors catagorie climb, and sometimes groceries need to be purchased and bars must be visited. The Louis Garneau Seattle Jacket is the go-to jacket for your everyday riding. The Seattle Jacket is light enough to keep in your just-in-case bag, and is functional enough to keep you dry inside and out after hours of city riding. Don't let the rain get in the way of your fun, or your business.The Louis Garneau Seattle Jacket is the waterproof staple for any urban rider. Constructed from Max 2.5 fabric that's laminated with a polyurethane membrane, the Seattle Jacket breathes, wicks, and repels wind and rain. But Louis Garneau designed the jacket to keep water out, not just off, and incorporated all sealed seams, Velcro cinches at the wrist, and a removable hood that fits over your helmet. For a precise fit, the Seattle Jacket has a semi-relaxed shape and drawstrings at the hood and hem. The most important features for the urban landscape are the reflective piping on the sleeves, front and back reflective logos, and the zip and flap rear pocket.The Louis Garneau Seattle Jacket is available in six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the colors India Ink and Yellow.
Have a job interview in Olympia later this month and will be spending a half-day or two in Seattle for the first time. Any recommendations on how to spend my time other than drinking coffee and quoting Frasier?Read More »
My fellow cyclists, I'm hoping you can share your wisdom and guidance with me. I'm moving to Seattle area beginning of August and I'm looking for places to live, Kent came up on my radar (I have a dog and cat) since its more pet friendly and much cheaper than downtown. However, my office is in DT ar ... Read More »
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Fave routes? I'm probably packing on the lighter side, still debating between 100% camping or maybe a night at a motel. I know the most direct route that shares the big event in July should have plenty of services, just not sure how much will be available if I take a more wes ... Read More »
Fave routes? I'm probably packing on the lighter side, still debating between 100% camping or maybe a night at a motel. I know the most direct route that shares the big event in July should have plenty of services, just not sure how much will be available if I take a more western, scenic route. A ... Read More »