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NYC Velo is proud to add Nonetheless Garments to our apparel selection. The first piece from the Chicago-based company is the NeoShell Heavy Duty Jean which, like all of the Nonetheless offerings, is handmade in their hometown. The Jean is made of Polartec’s NeoShell material which, as of this writing, has over two times the airflow of any other waterproof textile and offers four-way stretch technology. The price for this Best-in-Class pair of all-weather pants is $258, and available now @ NYC Velo.
About Nonetheless, in their own words:
Nonetheless Garments deliver the best of both worlds to the core commuter. Waterproof technology has remained about the same since the very first hard shell. Breathability is achieved through diffusion: moisture and heat create enough pressure that moisture vapor finally passes through the fabric. Soft shells trade waterproofness for greater breathability by making use of convection: a constant exchange of air allows more moisture vapor to escape. The airflow in conventional waterproof / breathables is close to zero whether you’re active or not. Breathability claims for these fabrics are typically based on static testing conditions. So the second you walk outside, the claims are irrelevant. A more accurate measure of breathability is found with Dynamic Breathability Testing which accounts for real world conditions like wind and movement. This pant was designed as a hybrid with traditional jean touch points and refined trouser elements.
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As the NYC Velo Winter Speciale continues, all In-Stock Chrome gear is on sale! This means that all Chrome messenger bags (including the Citizen, the Metropolis, the Yalta, the Pawn, the Bravo, the Dually, the Sherman, the Krakow, the Olaf, and the Cardiel ORT) are up to 50% off. Chrome apparel (including the merino wool Cobra and Pasha, the waterproof Storm Cobra, and the Ike Windshirt) is up to 50% off. Chrome’s innovative shoes (including the Kursk, the Kursk Pro, the Midway, and the Southside Pro) are up to 50% off.
As always, the Winter Speciale applies to in-stock items only, and once they’re gone, they’re GONE! Call or stop by the shop to check out the selection in detail.
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Most cyclists who ride in the city have appropriately prepared their bikes and hardware for the weather, yet the most important question still stands unanswered: how to save our faces and ears from Old Man Winter?
Some wrap themselves in scarves and don their regular winter caps (a ski cap, for example). While these are viable options, proper fit and comfort will most certainly be compromised. Cold air has a nasty tendency to rip right through that knit scarf (or pashmina if you’re fancy) and your helmet will most likely not fit correctly over a traditional bulky winter cap. No surprise, the bike shop stocks options designed to effectively cure these problems.
To keep the ears and head warm (and to rock some biker style) Giro developed the Merino Winter Cap. Made with merino wool (and a micro brim) , the Winter Cap will definitely keep the wearer’s head nice and toasty warm. Along with the natural fibers there, the Winter Cap incorporated a surprising tech feature: the inclusion of X-Static. X-Static is silver that is bonded to textile fabrics (Merino in this case) and acts as an antimicrobial agent, meaning (in layman’s terms) that if you sweat a lot your fancy wool cap won’t stink.
To cover the face for rides after the mercury plummets, Gore developed the Facewarmer (which also covers the ears). The biggest plus of the facewarmer is that it is offered with WindStopper fabric. WindStopper is a product developed by DuPont Industries under their Gore label and can be found in various articles of active clothing, including pants, gloves, and jackets, and is designed to act (as the name suggests) as a windproof barrier. The Facewarmer also incorporates an opening for the nose and several holes for the mouth to allow for unencumbered breathing.
Winter Storm Nemo (thanks TWC) says, “stop by today to check out our winter gear and show old man winter who’s boss.”
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This week’s Speciale features two custom made NYC Velo Classic Wool Jerseys, fresh off the looms. Inspired by the true hardmen of cycling, when a racer carried his own water and didn’t wait for an attack signal from a radio, ’cause he attacked when he damn well pleased.
Like the jersey introduced last fall from Cima Coppi, the new jersey design is a long sleeve merino wool model with red “flocked” lettering on the front. These new jerseys are made by Woolistic in Switzerland, have a 1/4 zip on the front and 3 rear pockets.
The new version, the ‘Gruppo Sportivo Ciclistico’ or ‘Cycling Sports Group’ jersey, is a head nod to the famed Italian cycling clubs which nurtured so many legends.
Until March 31st (of this year) either jersey (either in-person or on our webstore) is specially priced at $160 (a savings of $30). The sale is limited to stock on hand.
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Winter Sale: All In-stock Nau Clothing is 40% off
The latest items in our Winter Season Speciale feature styles from Nau’s current Fall/Winter clothing line.
Be ready for the next cold snap with jackets and shirts crafted from sustainable fabrics and using methods intended to reduce our impact on the environment. Tailored and technical, the intricate details of Nau’s purpose-built clothing are unsurpassed. Items available in the Speciale are the Highline jacket, the Riding Jacket, and the Wax-on shirt.
As always with our Winter Speciale Series, the availability of sale items is on a first-come-first-served basis. All of NYC Velo’s stock (once they’re gone, they’re gone, all sales final) of All Nau clothing is 40% off. We won’t (and can’t) go any lower, so now’s the time to buy!
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It’s wintertime in the city, which means (to cyclists) a great time to re-up on gear at prices that aren’t seen “in-season”. The first item in our Winter SPECIALE series are the 2012 Fi’zi:k R1 and R3 shoe models (including the “Donna” women’s model). All of NYC Velo’s stock (once they’re gone, they’re gone & all sales final) of these shoes are 40% off, pricing that includes (for the R1 at least) custom molding the SIDAS insole to the foot of the rider.
For additional info on the Fi’zi:k shoes associated with this sale, check out our NEWS Post on theme here.
As always, feel free to contact us at the shop for additional info.
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Fall is here, and winter’s right around the corner, stop by NYC Velo to check out our selection of new outerwear styles from Mission Workshop, Chrome, Search and State, and Nau. Many of the pieces deliver excellent on-the-bike performance yet don’t look out of place once the ride is over.
Every so often (perhaps not often enough) a group of motivated souls grows weary of the status quo, tired of searching, waiting and sifting through the standard offerings, adrift in a sea of sameness, and strikes out on their own. In comes Swrve. Founded during the summer of 2005 and hailing from the City of Angels, Swrve has quickly established itself as a design and fabric-savvy cycling apparel brand that is no doubt causing the producers of those aforementioned standard offerings to take note.
We took notice of Swrve a few years back because of the quality of their products and their Made-in-the-USA swrve_blk line, and have been expanding our representation of their collection ever since. The duo of Matt and Muriel have been steering the ship in the right direction, as evidenced by the Waxed Cycling jacket, wool sweaters, and wool caps. We are happy to be a part of their team and we thank them for participating in our Q&A! So, without further ado…
NYC VELO: What bikes do you both rides?
Swrve (Matt): There are a couple that have been in heavy rotation for me lately, a triple three fabrication (333Fab) road bike (it makes me feel faster than I am) and a Sycip internally geared belt drive errand bike (“mine goes to 11″). Muriel has been riding her Ritchey Swiss Cross.
NYCV: What’s your favorite ride?
Swrve (Matt): There is a loop i like from the shop that goes into the Angeles National Forest. It amazes me every time in just a 15 or 20 minute ride that scenery changes so much I can forget that we live in a big city. I also like it because I can easily customize the distance and hills depending on how I’m feeling. Then there are always the evening rush hour grocery runs that are so satisfying in so many ways.
NYCV: What’s your favorite post-ride food?
Swrve (Matt): Depends on what is in the fridge. For Muriel it’s ALWAYS chocolate (pre, during, and post-ride.)
NYCV: What is one thing you always carry on a ride?
Swrve (Matt): The usual (flat fix kit and small tools), I don’t want to be stranded in the middle of nowhere or in a cellular dead zone. Oh, and a set of keys so i don’t get locked out.
NYCV: What’s next?
Swrve (Matt): The world! Then a nap, or maybe the other way around.
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The NYC Velo staff put its collective minds together to come up with what was supposed to be a top 10 Holiday gift list. Upon reviewing all of the great new products available to cyclists, the team couldn’t limit the list to 10, so we settled on 14. To see this stellar gear in person, come on by the shop!
1. Chrome Salvage Messenger Bag – $160
Purpose meets re-purpose with the very limited edition Chrome Salvage Series. The classic Citizen bags are crafted in Chico, CA from reclaimed US Army tents and duffel bags. All bags in the series are numbered and limited to stock on hand – once they’re gone, they’re gone.
2. Chain L – $10
Every cyclist knows that a well maintained bicycle is a fast one. One of the best ways to keep things running smoothly is to run a properly lubricated chain, but no cyclist wants to be stuck working on their bike when there’s good riding to be had. Well, that’s where Chain-L excels! With it’s High Mileage Formula, there’s no need to reapply until the odometer clicks 1000 miles! We can’t think of better a gift than more time in the saddle and less time in the shop.
3. Gore Countdown Glove – $80
Gore’s Countdown gloves are light, but in no way lightweight. These heavy duty gloves are an essential accessory for any long winter ride, on or off-road, and are indispensable on rainy adventures. They feature durable GORE-TEX® fabric which is waterproof, windproof, and breathable, keeping you dry and comfortable – they guarantee it.
4. Arundle Mandible Water Bottle Cage – $60
Carbon bottle cages have become must-haves for serious cyclists. The Mandible has such an incredible grip that even River Road won’t be able to launch your bottle from its perch. At 24 grams per cage, thanks to the carbon-wrapped foam core, there’s no need to worry about hauling around unnecessary weight. Arundel even offers two mounting options for hard-to-fit compact frames. Coincidentally, the Mandible cage fits an NYC Velo water bottle perfectly.
5. Brooks Trouser Strap – $30
From Brooks, the venerable British brand better known for producing the finest leather saddles in the industry, comes the leather trouser strap. These straps stylishly keep your favorite trousers from becoming destroyed in the chain ring and are available in black, brown, and honey.
6. Nau Highline Blazer – $395
Inspired by traditional outerwear, this two-layer woven wool flannel blazer is designed with a polyester laminate which adds water-proofness to the naturally insulating, breathable and odor-resistance of wool, making it ideal for travel. Nau designs its garments to be eco-friendly, in this case using recycled and recyclable fibers in construction. Additionally, buy making durability and long-lifespan a priority of the product’s design, Nau ensures that, in the long run, fewer garments will need to be made, and that customers will get many miles out of their Highlines.
7. Chrome Over The Calf Wool Socks – $18
From the makers of some of the best messenger bags money can buy come some of the best socks money can buy. These high performance socks are made in North Carolina from natural merino wool, a material that regulates body temperature to keep the wearer warm while drawing moisture away from the skin.
8. Swrve Belgian Merino Wool Cycling Cap – $50
The Swrve Belgian cap is part of their _blk label division – limited edition items made with special fabrics and subtle detailing for the discerning rider. These caps are made with two layers of fine 100% itch-free New Zealand Merino Wool. This cap keeps heads toasty warm while the stylish wearer spreads holiday cheer, even if it’s wet outside. Merino wool naturally resists odor and regulates temperature, and there is no need to worry about wearing it around the hearth, because it’s fire proof!
9. Lezyne Pressure Drive Mini Pump – $40
With it’s durable and attractive machined aluminum construction, the Lezyne pump has won design awards world wide. To cyclists, this mens that regardless of the conditions, the pump will be there to help. Riders will also appreciate how easy the pump is to use, the Lezyne mini pump’s flexible hose is valve safe, and will accommodate both presta and schraeder valves.
10. Swrve Merino Wool Shortsleeve Jersey – $ 125
Swrve _blk label items use the most technologically advanced fabric available today. Crafted in the USA, this limited edition polo has a traditional 3-button placket and collar mixed with the trim fit of a cycling jersey. Made of fine 100% New Zealand merino wool, this jersey is functional on a bike, and stylish off.
11. Rouleur Annual #5 – $65
The photographers and writers of Rouleur have once again traveled to bike races far and wide to find the wonderful – along with a smattering of the weird – for the fifth installment of the Rouleur Annual Hardback.
12. Mission Workshop Faroe Marino Wool Pullover – $195
The Faroe is a semi-fitted pullover that works to bridge the gap between environments. Crafted in Vancouver, its soft and durable Ponti woven merino wool construction makes it perfect for both the morning commute and drinks at the bar. The Faroe includes a touring-style rear zippered pocket and extended sleeves to ensure proper coverage for the ride home.
13. Zipp 303 Firecrest Wheelset – $2695
Zipp’s revolutionary Firecrest™ line of wheels has brought victory over the famed cobbles of the Paris-Roubaix and the Tour of Flanders to those riders fortunate enough to employ them. Finally, the same rim-shaping technology that propelled Fabian Cancellara to the podium is available with the convenience of a clincher. At 1,498g a pair they have been called “lightning in a bottle”, and Zipp’s signature ABLC™ rim dimples shave additional, valuable, seconds. To complete the package, Zipp has refined its venerable 88/188 hubset, reshaping the hub body and pushing the non-drive-side flange and bearing out by 7.5 mm on the rear hub, thus increasing overall stiffness and strength.
14. Fizik Curve Saddle – $280
In traditional bike saddles, comfort is offered by a layer of foam on top of a hard, usually plastic, base. With the Kurve saddle from phonetically-focused saddle manufacturer Fizik, comfort is provided by the base itself. The Kurve’s dynamic interface is designed to suspend the rider like a hammock, adapting to the rider’s every twist and turn. The saddle is equipped with an interchangeable tension system, allowing the rider to customize the saddle’s flex between two different tuners (soft and hard). The rider can personalize the saddle tension by simply changing a screw-on insert, leading to regular comparisons to Brooks saddles and the label, “a Brooks saddle from the future” by Wired Magazine. in line with the other saddle offerings from Fizik, riders can choose between three versions of the Kurve – the Snake, Bull, and Chameleon – each designed for different levels of rider flexibility.
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