The Rapha Club Jersey is a modern classic made from richly-colored Sportwool. It's ideal for training rides, club races, and sterner challenges. The tailored shoulders, short zip and chest band give the Club jersey a timeless look. The quality construction and performance details make it a delight to own and use.The Club Jersey features details sure to make your mouth water -- artful embroidery on the right rear pocket pays homage to three legendary men of cycling: Rik Van Looy, the first rider to win all five of cycling's monuments (Green jersey), Jaques Anquetil, the first to win all three grand tours and the Tour de France five times, without so much as messing up his hair (Blue jersey), Dario Pegoretti, a pioneer of the TIG welded bicycle frame and known for artful and complex finish work (Pink jersey).Even though we live in an era of NASA-certified synthetics, don't discount the value of wool. The 60/40 polyester/wool blend in the Club Jersey keeps you plenty cool because the wool's complex natural fibers work hard to attract moisture vapor and draw it away from your skin. The fabric feels soft and luxurious as well as keeping you dry and cool. It's also naturally anti-bacterial and odor resistant (no more unwelcome stains and smells). It has natural elasticity for comfort and natural UV protection. And it's durable and easy to care for -- machine washable and quick to dry.The Rapha Club Jersey is available in Blue, Green, and Pink and comes in five sizes from Small to XX-Large. The Club Jersey has a slender cut with tailored shoulders. It has both standard cargo pockets and one zippered, valuables pocket. It has button holes for your iPod cable, and is cut slightly longer in the back.
"D@mn, I'm slow."
Met up with the local cycling club today for the first time. Well, I went to the meeting place. The club organizer was the only other person that showed. Nice guy. Didn't ride off and leave me like he easily could have but by the 3rd loop he was almost riding off and leaving me ... Read More »
...to hear live music. Can't remember the last time that happened.
The performer was our friend and neighbor Paul Guzzone, the location was the legendary [URL="http://turningpointcafe.com/"]Turning Point[/URL] (Piermont, NY) and the occasion was a release party for his new CD, 'Chasing the Moon'. ... Read More »
Does anyone have a local club leader that they find annoying? I recently "joined" on one ride and found them to be a decent group of people but the facebook posts just drive me insane. Telling people they are "weak" for not going on rides, not showing up for certain events and so on.
Anyone else ... Read More »
Our next upcoming event is the Palomar Challenge. This event is scheduled for Saturday June 22nd and is based out of the Lake Henshaw resort. You have a choice of rides from 24 to 62 miles with fantastic scenery and enjoying some of the finest back roads in San Diego county. You will be ... Read More »
Just curious if anyone has any recommendations or reviews for bike clubs in Toronto?
I'm looking for a balance between riding but also social, good people etc...
While I am new to cycling, I'm not new to the sport as I've followed the pros for years. I'm also very athletic and at some poin ... Read More »