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|Castelli Ergo Bib Knickers - Men's
When you're prepared, the shoulder seasons can be the most enjoyable times to ride. The weather is moderate, the sun is usually shining, and the roads are clear for cycling. However, wearing your summer bib or winter pants are going to leave you either soaked in sweat or shiveringly cold. When...
|Castelli Nanoflex Bib Knickers - Men's
There is something about riding in pants that feels a bit off. Maybe the full-length feeling is too rooted in our daily lives, and inhibits the power of our existential cycling experience? Or it could be that knickers are just really comfortable. The Castelli Nanoflex Bib Knickers take comfort to...
|Castelli Presto Due Bib Knicker - Men's - Men's
On the surface, Castelli designed its Presto Due Bib Knickers to look fast. In fact, one of the meanings for Presto in Italian is fast, which is why the knickers incorporate flowing lines and generous swatches of contrasting color. But, when you dig a little deeper into the design and...
|Castelli Sorpasso Bib Knickers - Men's
Given the long hours that real base miles require, your winter gear ought to be at least as comfortable as the stuff you ride and race in during the peak of your season. The pad should remain comfortable over the course of a five-hour ride. The materials should feature little bulk while...
|Castelli Velocissimo Bib Knickers - Men's
Without comfort, where would we be? Probably sleeping on beds of nails and wearing suits of armor while we ride. The Castelli Velocissimo Bib Knickers are made for pure comfort, because sometimes the weather calls for a pant's break to be a few inches higher. The Velocissimo uses a warming design...
|Castelli Velocissimo Bib Tights - Men's
With the temperatures dropping, and the holiday weight belt stacking, you might be feeling less and less motivated to ride. However, this is only the temperature playing games with your evolving brain. When winter tells you to put on pounds and stay in the back of a warm cave, and Castelli says...