Searching for the most stylish cycling clothing brands to up your game? You know of Rapha and Café du Cycliste, of course. But is there anything similar or even better? Something that looks and feels just as great? But also makes you a member of the in-crowd?
We got you covered with our selection of the top 5 coolest cycling clothes brands in 2020.
Attaquer clothes are designed in Australia and made in Italy. Their kit will surely get you noticed. If you’re brave enough to wear it. But you could also mix it up with other more subtle clothes. Then spice it up with their famous FUCK YEAH gloves. Epic!
Attaquer is an attitude. A shake up. Not conforming to the ‘rules’ of old world cycling. We make innovative performance cycling apparel, not for the faint hearted.
Another Australian brand with a particular focus on quality and design. Their designs are stunning and refreshingly eye-catching.
MAAP is committed to developing the art and progression of cycling through a considered approach to style, innovation and performance.
David Millar is arguably the coolest Brit ever seen on a racing bike. This is his third chapter in professional life. Racing doped, return to racing clean and then CHPT3. Their clothes are made in collaboration with Castelli, but with unique twists, only a hipster racer can envision.
We created CHPT3 to shape the future of cycling. We wanted to be the lab through which new material technologies come to life, where new types of cycling can form, where we don’t have to make compromises
Lumiere is a boutique brand from Melbourne. Yes, Australia again. You see the pattern. And patterns are what these guys do best. Also known for excellent racing fit.
Designed in Melbourne, Australia, we produce premium cycling apparel for discerning cyclists who appreciate distinctively different cycling garments.
Simple and elegant can be cool too, no? Sure, especially if it comes from Japan. High-quality clothes, made in Italy, with great attention to details. Subtle but instantly recognized.
In 2007, Hideto Suzuki started creating beautiful and functional apparel to complement his cycling lifestyle in Tokyo. Since then, he has gone on to create a number of award-winning collections based on his belief that each feature of a garment can improve function and performance, not simply aesthetics.