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Winter Apparel

Explore Our Vast Selection of Clothing

With one of the largest selections of apparel in New England, you are sure to find just want you need for your next ride. Most of our apparel is available to ship anywhere in the Continental US. Orders over $149 ship free (Exclusions Apply)

Long Sleeve Jerseys & Baselayers

Don't let the icy air keep you from enjoying a bike ride. Long sleeve jerseys keep your torso and arms insulated against cold air, while baselayers worn next to skin transport moisture and sweat to the garment’s surface to evaporate while you keep pedaling comfortably. 


Just because the days are shorter doesn't mean riding is over. To protect against the cold air while riding we recommend a vest or windbreaker. If you want something more insulated, try a softshell jacket. It has a windproof outer layer and a comfortable stretch material to keep you going on the bike.

Tights & Pants

Keeping your legs warm can keep you going longer. Thermal tights and pants aren't as easy take off and put on again while you're riding, so they are an all-day choice. They insulate while transferring moisture efficiently - both sweat that you produce and splashes from puddles and rain. 


Time flies and seasons change, but with the right additions, you can keep going as the weather gets cold. Gloves are vital for keeping a solid grip on your handlebars, for protecting against wind and rain, and for keeping your fingers warm enough to enjoy your ride.

Thermal Accessories

Adding accessories like arm or knee/leg warmers can help add layers to your existing kit. Neck and face coverings protect tender skin against the chilly winds. And a good pair of socks keep your feet warmer in colder weather and drier in rainy conditions. 

Winter Shoes

Keep your feet warm! Ensuring your feet are dry and warm is essential to enjoying winter riding. With a wide selection of shoe covers and winter shoes, we have what you need for your next ride.

Don't Forget Lights

Shorter days means less light to ride in. Whether you are venturing out early as the sun is coming up or staying out after the sun goes down, lights are always good to have. Shop our selection of lights below.