Look, Mom! I’m a Pro!


I felt like a cycling pro when all geared up for the roads of Greenville, SC on this high-performance carbon fiber Jamis Bike from Pedal Chic (which is on sale by the way)!  This exclusively designed jersey by Giordana is lightweight & comfortable for any trip you wish to take this Spring.  This jersey also looks great paired with black bike shorts or all black Giordana arm warmers during cooler weather!

The women’s specific slim fit gloves by Giordana are anatomically padded & constructed with Lycra & Microfiber fabrics.  Reflective logos have also been constructed on the gloves for increased visibility. (Always stay safe, ladies!)  The Pedal Chic Tri Box attaches easily to most stems which will give you instant, easy access to your essentials (iPhone, keys, or that Starbucks gift card you’ve been meaning to use) while on the go.

The Easton Bell Giro Santee II shoe has a timeless design & comfortable, supportive fit.  A supple synthetic upper adjusts quickly & precisely with three wide straps, & an Aegis® anti-microbial EVA sockliner underfoot stays comfortable through extended pedaling to keep your feet happy during your longer rides. The stiff injected nylon outsole is outfitted with new Universal Cleat Mount system that accommodates both three-bolt & two-bolt cleat/pedal systems for easy integration with whatever pedals you prefer!  (Very sensible!)



SHOP THE LOOK:

Custom Pedal Chic Jersey – Giordana – $89.00

Giordana – Strada Gel Gloves – $32.00

Hawley – Pedal Chic Tri Box Black – $24.00

Easton Bell – Giro Sante II – $102.00

Jamis – 2012 Jamis Xenith Comp – ON SALE for $1,375.00

*Lazer Helmet & All Black Cycling Pants are also available for purchase in-store at Pedal Chic!


651 B South Main Street

Greenville, SC 29601

864.242.CHIC (2442)

http://www.pedalchic.com

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Shop online TODAY & save 10% using code SAVE10

FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $75


“Once you start cycling, the city opens up for you. No longer are you fighting it, hot and frustrated; no longer are you at the mercy of bus drivers, roadworks, decisions made by others and over which you have no control. Believe me, once you’ve tasted this freedom, you’re hooked.”

– Deborah Moggach

Regards,

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4 Comments on Look, Mom! I’m a Pro!

  1. Sophia Tinsley
    April 3, 2015 at 2:59 pm (4 years ago)

    I love the colors! And it’s so sporty-looking!

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    • Richard
      August 7, 2015 at 9:05 pm (3 years ago)

      This sounds like such a woerdnful cause! Helping others out and getting great exercise at the same time. I had no idea Santa Barbara was so involved, this makes visiting this already amazing city that much more fulfilling. Cycling in SB is the only way to go-healthy, green and fun! You really can’t beat it. I was just in town and it was a great time being under the sun biking the path ways along the beach and exploring the city the proper way. Stayed at the Sandman Inn (www.thesandmaninn.com). Downtown and affordable.

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