Performance Bicycle Racing Team – Introduction

Here at Performance Bicycle we are proud to introduce our first elite women’s cycling team:

In a partnership with SpokesWomen Syndicate, an organization dedicated to getting more women into the sport of cycling, the Performance Bicycle Racing Team is set to make its debut for the 2010 season.

The Performance Bicycle Racing Team is an elite women’s cycling team, composed of women who have reached USA cycling category 1 or 2 status. The 2010 Performance Bicycle Racing Team is made up of cyclists Cara Applegate, Evie Boswell-Vilt, Kirsten Davis, Kathryn Okenatez-Mahoney, Chris Tommerdahl, Dana Treiber Martin, Nicole Vincent-Jordan, Gina Voci and Bergen Watterson. The team is supported by professional mentors and development team leaders Annie Lux, Ainhoa Perez-Diez and Hadley Trotter. Primarily focused on road bike racing, the team also includes top and professional level mountain bike, triathlete and cyclocross riders as well.

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Product Profile – Performance Ultra Jersey

The new Performance Ultra Short Sleeve Jersey is our version of that jersey that you reach for on warm days when you just want to ride.  When you don’t want to be a rolling billboard, but still want the features and style of a competitive jersey.

Of course, it’s got the technical fabric you’re looking for: 100% channeled micro-polyester fabric to wick moisture away from your skin and into the outer layer of the fabric, for quick evaporation, plus a UPF 24+ rating to give you plenty of sun protection (so you can work on that classic cyclist’s tan).

But it’s also got a form-fitted design that features mesh inserts (outlined in natty contrasting piping) running all the way from the collar to the back of the jersey, to allow for cooling airflow without having to unzip the full-length zipper.  This is a serious jersey with understated style and the features to match: Read more of this post


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