Eventually, the weather’s going to change for the cooler and stay that way, and when it does, you’re going to want to be prepared. And by prepared, we don’t mean have a cozy place set up in your house or garage for your trainer.
Riding outside is something you can do pretty much all year in Oklahoma if you have the right apparel. With the right gear, you can ride comfortably when it’s 50, 40, even 35 outside. We draw the line at road riding when it’s lower than 35 cause that’s just crazay.
Fred already stocked up on Fall and Winter riding gear, and went so far as to gather together what you might need for a ride in a specific temperature range for a little show-and-tell.
You’ll notice there’s a lot of Endura stuff in the above pics. Endura is a Scottish company founded in the ‘90s that sorta blew up and now they’re a global industry leader. Their gear is designed for European autumns and winters, and as such, is more than robust enough to handle what we get here in the States.
We carry Endura because it’s good stuff, and Fred believes in it. We did that blog about the Endura bib shorts awhile back. Since then, I’ve gotten a pair and hyperbole aside, they’re pretty magical. Easily the best bib shorts I’ve ever had.
I bring that, and all of this, up for a specific reason … This Thursday, Friday and Saturday, we’re having a little apparel sale. Fall and Winter gear is 15 percent off, and Summer gear, including those really awesome Endura FS260 Pro SL bibshorts, is on sale for 20 percent off.
Three days only, kids. Get in and get yours. We had a Fall gear preview last weekend after the Sunday Coffee ride. There was enough cool stuff to fill out a Christmas list for you or the cyclist in your family.
Come see us.