Why should I wear more clothes in summer? That's quite illogical, isn't it? We've looked into the matter and provide 3 good reasons why wearing a singlet when road cycling in high temperatures makes perfect sense.
What should you wear in summer when you’re out on your road bike? Less is more, is often the motto. But is that really true? No, we don’t think so. Especially in high temperatures and sweaty activities, you benefit from a first, close-fitting baselayer on your body. We have summarised the three most important reasons for this:
We are convinced that our road bike singlets are unique. They offer decisive advantages over other models:
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Shirt, functional singlet, baselayer, functional underwear. Whatever you want to call it, a baselayer under your jersey has many advantages and helps you get the most out of yourself and your rides. High temperatures are more bearable for the body and sweating has never been so pleasant. Find out why functional underwear also makes sense in summer for other sweaty sports.
Functional underwear in the summer heat? That still sounds very unusual for many sports enthusiasts. In this blog article we explain why sports underwear is very comfortable, especially in summer, and what advantages it offers.
Loyal companions - the perfect pants for the mountain tour. There are some points to have a closer look at in order to find the right outdoor pants.
The optimal cycling undershorts follow all your movements and prevent unpleasant pressure and friction during your bike ride. But what should the perfect cycling undershorts offer?
There are probably only a few products that have to be one thing above all: functional. In the case of a rain jacket, this is completely true. People often look for a jacket that is 100 % waterproof. But if the rain jacket is mainly used for sports, it has to fulfil another core function: It must be breathable so that you don't sweat from the inside out and moisture can be transported away from the body.
The biker's most sensitive point of contact with his bike is on the saddle. This is where it is decided whether a ride becomes a pleasure or an torture. That's why you should pay particular attention to high quality when buying cycling shorts.