To kick off the start of 31 Days of Giveaways, Club Ride has stepped up to the plate to give away a full riding kit for men and women.
On the men’s side, the Shaka Flannel II is an addition to this year’s fall line, designed for cool weather riding, and looking cool too (of course). The flannel is built with a wicking poly yarn, has ventilation under the arms and a small stash pocket in the back. The Mountain Surf Short has been updated with a mid-weight stretch fabric, a water and dirt-repellant finish, interior waistband adjustments and a seamless crotch gusset to keep you comfortable. Under the short’s shell, the Airliner bib is Club Ride’s top-of-the-line chamois. The stretch-mesh fabric and triple-density foam will keep you cool and comfortable for rides long and short.
For women, the Sprint Hoody is built with polyester-spandex to create a maximum range of motion along with thumb loops to keep you warm. Ventilation panels in the back regulate body temperature while on the move, and the hip-side storage pocket keeps your valuables safe and secure. The Passage shorts are constructed with a double-weave fabric to provide durability and stretch, while the rear yoke and crotch gusset provide an additional range of motion. To wear beneath the Passage short is the Quick Drop bib. The bib features a drop seat for easy bathroom breaks and uses 3D molded triple density foam for lasting comfort while riding.
The total kits from Club Ride are valued at $520.
About Club Ride:
No longer do you need to sacrifice performance for comfort. Be as comfortable in the pub as you are on your bike. Club Ride clothing is for the ride and everything after.
About 31 Days of Giveaways:
Summer is behind us and many people are turning towards skiing or snowboarding, hanging up the bike for months on end. To make sure you don’t forget biking altogether, over 31 days we are giving away prizes from some of the best brands in the bike industry. Register only for your favorite products, or register every day--your chances of winning are refreshed each morning. Check back daily for a rundown on what’s up for grabs, and don’t forget about your bike while the mountains are white.