Ground Effect Cadence Jerseys

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $45.00

Product Description

Cooler climes call for like-minded clothing. Arm yourself with the Cadence thermal top when the evenings are no longer balmy, or on those epic multi-day adventures into the back of beyond. Our lightweight micro-fleece 100 is irresistibly smooth making it the ideal thermal layer to wear directly against your skin. It hates water - wicking sweat away from your body to avoid chilling and dries fast if you take an unplanned swim.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jesse1 a Cross Country Rider from Martinsburg, WV

Date Reviewed: December 20, 2002

Strengths:    Fit, style, function, price, comfort, light weight.

Weaknesses:    Can't try it on first for fitting purposes.

Bottom Line:   
This jersey has a real nice feel about it. Very soft! It feels like a sleeping bag from the warmth! For me, it fits pretty nice. I used it on a cool (52 deg F.) windy day and was very impressed with the comfort level. PolyPro just can't compare with this. The Cadence was surprisingly wind resistant. And when I did work up a sweat on the hills, it seemed to get the moisture away from my skin quiker than CoolMax. The orange is a little "bright", but it's best to be seen, eh?

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Favorite Ride:   with out spiderwebs!

Price Paid:    $45.00

Purchased At:   Ground Effects web s

Similar Products Used:   Performance coolmax products, polypro, lycra.

Bike Setup:   A new Fuji Team, a 2000 Trek 6500, and a old alum Raliegh "clunker".

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Cadence/Gear changes

Been riding for about 18 months as a supplement to running and recently have been increasing my distances. I typically ride alone but this past weekend rode with a couple of friends. I noticed that their cadence was much higher than mine as typically I only use the outer front gear - apparently th ... Read More »

Sigma BC1609 cadence sensor?

Hi! I bought a new bike and I got Sigma BC1609(wired) bike computer with it but without cadence sensor. My question is how to mount cadence sensor(I've read somewhere that it is possible)? Do I have to get another bike computer mount or it can be mounted on existing one? [URL=" ... Read More »

For Android Phone, Best HRM and Cadence Gear??

I have a basic computer, but now I want to add a heart rate monitor and cadence for data purposes. Are there a cadence and heart rate accessories that work well with an Android phone?? I've tried searching and I read about bluetooth devices using up too much energy, are there any Ant+ that work ... Read More »

What is the slowest cadence you can go?

12%+ grade, 70 gear inches (44/16) Stand on pedal and let the weight sink down each stroke. Cadence feels like it may be 5 or so (if not, it sure feels like it) I need to yank on the handlebar more but it's kind of sketchy without clipless pedals. Flat handlebars is too far back for ... Read More »

What is your cadence like?

I'm finding myself very comfortable with a cadence of 105-110 rpm for harder efforts and feel pretty relaxed at 95 rpm, with a zone 1 pace at about 85. I'm glad my harder effort is around 105: the 1 hour world record is consistently set with cadences around 105.Read More »

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