New Cafe du Cycliste products

Cafe du Cycliste have released some nice new cycle wears. This is what they say about it; “Following on from the success of our men cycling wear, we are pleased to launch woman specific Yolande long sleeve merino jersey and Madeleine gilet. Those are aimed for the road cycling Sartorial Girls.” Headset Press can vouch for the gilet as we reviewed the gents version here, the new colour-way is available for both sexes. Their jersey will certainly live up to the same quality too. Check the lovely long sleeve merino jersey here and the wind proof, water-repellant gilet here in the female specific versions. They also have gents versions here and here. I reckon these two combined are an ace choice for cooler riding. Check out more here and if you happen to be in London Mosquito Bikes stock Cafe du Cycliste.

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