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We asked a few of our in-store experts what gear they're excited about heading into fall. 
They happily suggested a few key items that are in stock right now that can make a difference in your fall and winter riding - We look at some base layers and outerwear suggestions from our clothing buyer, Dani Dance. Clinton Ellinger, our parts and accessories specialist gives us his picks for new lighting options.


Base Layer Picks

Proper layering starts with a good base layer. They wick sweat away from your skin, giving you a better chance of staying warm and dry. Whether you choose synthetic, like the Craft Dry Active, or a merino/polyester blend like the Castelli Bandito and the Smartwool Intraknit, they should all keep you comfortable and last for years if you take care of them. Our clothing expert Dani Dance chose these baselayers for their performance and good looks.

Castelli Bandito Sleeveless

Sleeveless lightweight wool core body warmer provides warmth even when wet. 48% merino, 47% recycled polyester, 5% elastane fabric gives the warmth of wool with the durability and wicking of polyester.

Smartwool Intraknit

Fabric combines the moisture management, temperature regulation, and odor resistance of Merino with the softness and cooling properties of TENCEL™ Lyocell fabric. Mesh ventilation seamlessly knit in keeps the body dry and comfortable during high-intensity activities. 51% Merino Wool, 22% Polyester, 21% Lyocell, 6% Elastane. Slim fit.

Craft Comfort Dry Active

Ultra soft, comfortable, seamless short sleeve tee perfect for just about anything. Body mapped structure and flatlock seams for optimal body movement. Fabric is 30% Polyamide Recycled 30% Polyamide 40% Polyester. 

Outerwear Picks

The challenge for riding year long in the PNW is staying comfortable. Because the weather is variable, every day is a challenge to stay dry and not overheat. Temperatures are often mild, so choosing outerwear that breathes while keeping the rain and grime off you is the key. Our clothing buyer Dani Dance has picked some of her favorite light and packable outerwear pieces. Have a look…

Endura GV500 pants

3-layer construction and weighing only 70gsm ExoShell40™ delivers minimal pack size, great breathability and high durability. 

7mesh Thunder Pants

Built with two different weights of GORE-TEX® Pro the Thunder Pant offers unparalleled water protection, best-in-class breathability and exceptional durability. Dial in the perfect fit with cut to length cuffs.

7mesh Copilot Jacket

Copilot is the ultimate back up shell - a durable, waterproof, windproof GORE-TEX Paclite® Plus jacket that packs down into its rear pocket AND clips to your bike for riding in changeable conditions. Features an over the helmet hood for ultimate wet weather versatility.

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Light Picks

We asked our parts and accessories specialist Clinton Ellinger what was new with lights and he said: “Use them…all the time.” Lights are about both seeing and being seen. They're one of the best ways to make yourself more visible to other road users. 

For commuting or riding after dark your front light should to be a high-output beam style lighting system to see well ahead of you. They are much brighter than safety lights, and they help you see where you’re going in nearly all conditions.

Front, side and rear safety lights help motorists see you in dim light conditions. The brightest ones also improve your visibility in the daytime. The main differences between safety light models are in mounting options and the number of LEDs. Lights have improved quite a bit over the years and the current crop all boast USB-recharging, long run times, and great power output. Take advantage of this special offer and get up to speed with new lights.

Blackburn Grid side lights

The Grid Side Beacon was designed to work with head/tail lights to keep you more visible from a full 360 degrees. Mount to either side of your fork with reusable silicone straps. Weather proof and rechargeable. Has up to 6 hour run time!

NiteRider VMAX rear light

NiteRider’s first taillight featuring COB (Chip-on-Board) LEDs -  it emits highly visible flash patterns in a smaller, more compact package. Feather weight makes it a wearable safety light—clip onto straps, belt loops. Features mode memory, will power ON in the last mode used.

Lezyne 1200+ headlight

8 LEDs give 1,200 lumens and 60-hour max runtime,and great visibility in all conditions.
Waterproof USB-C 2A+ fast charging capability allows for convenient recharging. CNC-machined aluminum construction with cooling fins ensures durability and efficient heat dissipation. 

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