1 to 20 of  36 products for fsa kforce carbon 28mm colnago c50 cx1 road seatpost

No exact matches found for fsa kforce carbon 28mm colnago c50 cx1 road seatpost

36 similar items found

CLD 105 Complete Bike-2015 Black/Black, 43cm

If you're anything like us, you wear many different hats in your life, and this variable lifestyle translates to the saddle, too. You've got room on your cycling calendar for sportives, interval-laden training rides, all-out hammer fests, and everything in between. The Colnago CLD 105 Complete Bike is the ideal machine for all these cycling applications, and it represents the right blend of ride quality, reliable components, and value for the cyclist who loves to ride but doesn't necessarily live to race. Colnago stresses that, though this is a women's bike, it's not just a pink-and-shrink job. Like the line-topping C60 and V1-R frames, the CLD's carbon fiber is 100% sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world -- guaranteed perfect, every time, so you don't have to worry about random structural failures. That's why it's the only material Boeing will use in its aircraft and Colnago will use in its carbon frames. While Colnago designed the CLD from the ground-up to be a woman's bike, it does share certain dimensions with the now-retired M10, which was the Italian manufacturer's flagship monocoque frameset before the advent of the all-new V1-R. CLD has a slightly taller head tube and shorter chainstays for a seat tube angle that better accommodates a woman's body. These changes are subtle but welcome; they increase comfort and expand fit options with a more flexible stack height while preserving a race-ready geometry that confidently holds lines through sweeping corners on fast descents. As you'd expect from a Colnago, the CLD also places a premium a gentle ride without sacrificing responsiveness. The tapered head tube, built-up bottom bracket, and shaped chainstays ensure efficient power transfer while compliant, flattened seatstays net compliance. The oversized legs on the carbon fork also absorb road noise and complement the secure handling of the t...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$2,699.00 See It
CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike-2015

Disc brakes and electronic shifting are looking strong as the technology that's likely to shape the industry going forward. If you're like some of us, though, then the prospect of digital drivetrains doesn't appeal quite as much as the improved stopping power of hydraulic brakes. Fortunately, Colnago's CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike includes that stopping power, but not at the cost of the tactile feel of cable-actuated derailleurs. This is especially welcome when you consider all the trickle-down features that populate the tech sheet of Shimano's latest mechanical Ultegra group. But the frame is still the heart of any ride, and the CX Zero Disc's relatively long wheelbase, high stack, and short reach make it ideal for endurance riding when compared with traditionally aggressive racing frames like the C60. The CX Zero's seatstays are thinned and slightly flattened to absorb hits and road noise, and the chainstays spring from the bottom bracket with a stiff vertical thickness that tapers into an up-curve where they meet the rear dropout. These chainstays take advantage of the CX Zero's stiff, oversized spine to ensure that all the power transferred through the tapered head tube, thick down tube, and built-up bottom bracket goes straight into the road. Despite its plush ride, this frames shape and geometry still recommend it as a racing machine. While the geometry and disc brake mounts are the frame's defining features, the quality of carbon fiber used in its build would make it a star in any other manufacturer's line. Over nine different types of carbon appear throughout the CX Zero Evo's construction, all of which are sourced exclusively from Toray's Japanese factory. This is the most consistent carbon fiber in the world, guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Colnago is the only manufacturer able to use 100% Japanese carbon fiber in its frames. Except for...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$4,899.00 See It
CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike-2015 Matte Grey/Red, 56cm

Disc brakes and electronic shifting are looking strong as the technology that's likely to shape the industry going forward. If you're like some of us, though, then the prospect of digital drivetrains doesn't appeal quite as much as the improved stopping power of hydraulic brakes. Fortunately, Colnago's CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike includes that stopping power, but not at the cost of the tactile feel of cable-actuated derailleurs. This is especially welcome when you consider all the trickle-down features that populate the tech sheet of Shimano's latest mechanical Ultegra group. But the frame is still the heart of any ride, and the CX Zero Disc's relatively long wheelbase, high stack, and short reach make it ideal for endurance riding when compared with traditionally aggressive racing frames like the C60. The CX Zero's seatstays are thinned and slightly flattened to absorb hits and road noise, and the chainstays spring from the bottom bracket with a stiff vertical thickness that tapers into an up-curve where they meet the rear dropout. These chainstays take advantage of the CX Zero's stiff, oversized spine to ensure that all the power transferred through the tapered head tube, thick down tube, and built-up bottom bracket goes straight into the road. Despite its plush ride, this frames shape and geometry still recommend it as a racing machine. While the geometry and disc brake mounts are the frame's defining features, the quality of carbon fiber used in its build would make it a star in any other manufacturer's line. Over nine different types of carbon appear throughout the CX Zero Evo's construction, all of which are sourced exclusively from Toray's Japanese factory. This is the most consistent carbon fiber in the world, guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Colnago is the only manufacturer able to use 100% Japanese carbon fiber in its frames. Except for...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$4,899.00 See It
CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike-2015 Matte Grey/Red, 54cm

Disc brakes and electronic shifting are looking strong as the technology that's likely to shape the industry going forward. If you're like some of us, though, then the prospect of digital drivetrains doesn't appeal quite as much as the improved stopping power of hydraulic brakes. Fortunately, Colnago's CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike includes that stopping power, but not at the cost of the tactile feel of cable-actuated derailleurs. This is especially welcome when you consider all the trickle-down features that populate the tech sheet of Shimano's latest mechanical Ultegra group. But the frame is still the heart of any ride, and the CX Zero Disc's relatively long wheelbase, high stack, and short reach make it ideal for endurance riding when compared with traditionally aggressive racing frames like the C60. The CX Zero's seatstays are thinned and slightly flattened to absorb hits and road noise, and the chainstays spring from the bottom bracket with a stiff vertical thickness that tapers into an up-curve where they meet the rear dropout. These chainstays take advantage of the CX Zero's stiff, oversized spine to ensure that all the power transferred through the tapered head tube, thick down tube, and built-up bottom bracket goes straight into the road. Despite its plush ride, this frames shape and geometry still recommend it as a racing machine. While the geometry and disc brake mounts are the frame's defining features, the quality of carbon fiber used in its build would make it a star in any other manufacturer's line. Over nine different types of carbon appear throughout the CX Zero Evo's construction, all of which are sourced exclusively from Toray's Japanese factory. This is the most consistent carbon fiber in the world, guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Colnago is the only manufacturer able to use 100% Japanese carbon fiber in its frames. Except for...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$4,899.00 See It
CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike-2015 Matte Grey/Red, 50cm

Disc brakes and electronic shifting are looking strong as the technology that's likely to shape the industry going forward. If you're like some of us, though, then the prospect of digital drivetrains doesn't appeal quite as much as the improved stopping power of hydraulic brakes. Fortunately, Colnago's CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike includes that stopping power, but not at the cost of the tactile feel of cable-actuated derailleurs. This is especially welcome when you consider all the trickle-down features that populate the tech sheet of Shimano's latest mechanical Ultegra group. But the frame is still the heart of any ride, and the CX Zero Disc's relatively long wheelbase, high stack, and short reach make it ideal for endurance riding when compared with traditionally aggressive racing frames like the C60. The CX Zero's seatstays are thinned and slightly flattened to absorb hits and road noise, and the chainstays spring from the bottom bracket with a stiff vertical thickness that tapers into an up-curve where they meet the rear dropout. These chainstays take advantage of the CX Zero's stiff, oversized spine to ensure that all the power transferred through the tapered head tube, thick down tube, and built-up bottom bracket goes straight into the road. Despite its plush ride, this frames shape and geometry still recommend it as a racing machine. While the geometry and disc brake mounts are the frame's defining features, the quality of carbon fiber used in its build would make it a star in any other manufacturer's line. Over nine different types of carbon appear throughout the CX Zero Evo's construction, all of which are sourced exclusively from Toray's Japanese factory. This is the most consistent carbon fiber in the world, guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Colnago is the only manufacturer able to use 100% Japanese carbon fiber in its frames. Except for...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$4,899.00 See It
CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike-2015 Black/Yellow, 52cm

Disc brakes and electronic shifting are looking strong as the technology that's likely to shape the industry going forward. If you're like some of us, though, then the prospect of digital drivetrains doesn't appeal quite as much as the improved stopping power of hydraulic brakes. Fortunately, Colnago's CX Zero Disc Ultegra Complete Bike includes that stopping power, but not at the cost of the tactile feel of cable-actuated derailleurs. This is especially welcome when you consider all the trickle-down features that populate the tech sheet of Shimano's latest mechanical Ultegra group. But the frame is still the heart of any ride, and the CX Zero Disc's relatively long wheelbase, high stack, and short reach make it ideal for endurance riding when compared with traditionally aggressive racing frames like the C60. The CX Zero's seatstays are thinned and slightly flattened to absorb hits and road noise, and the chainstays spring from the bottom bracket with a stiff vertical thickness that tapers into an up-curve where they meet the rear dropout. These chainstays take advantage of the CX Zero's stiff, oversized spine to ensure that all the power transferred through the tapered head tube, thick down tube, and built-up bottom bracket goes straight into the road. Despite its plush ride, this frames shape and geometry still recommend it as a racing machine. While the geometry and disc brake mounts are the frame's defining features, the quality of carbon fiber used in its build would make it a star in any other manufacturer's line. Over nine different types of carbon appear throughout the CX Zero Evo's construction, all of which are sourced exclusively from Toray's Japanese factory. This is the most consistent carbon fiber in the world, guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Colnago is the only manufacturer able to use 100% Japanese carbon fiber in its frames. Except for...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$4,899.00 See It
World Cup 105 Complete Bike-2015 Black, 56cm

If the aggressive, race-ready feel of the World Cup SL Complete Bike's frameset is any indication, then Colnago definitely wants us to rethink the viability of aluminum in a 'cross bike. "Trust me," says the frame, "I can do everything that you see the pros do on carbon but at a fraction of the cost." We admit to some initial skepticism -- not least of all because framesets can't actually talk -- but the World Cup's ride quickly dispelled our misgivings. In fact, the frame's power transmission and low weight make us question why we ever got into carbon 'cross bikes to begin with. Colnago managed to smooth the typically harsh ride of double-butted aluminum. While it's not as plush as some carbon frames, it does manage to dissipate road noise and trail chatter without hammering your arms or body or hampering your feel for the terrain. It still retains all of aluminum's power transmitting stiffness, though, so it doesn't leave a lot of wasted watts on the course when you're hammering out of corners, while the extended reach of the rear stays accommodates bigger tires and allows for clearance of mud and debris. One of our favorite features of the World Cup SL is the curved bar running from the top tube to the seat tube. This was allegedly added at the behest of one Mr. Albert, the then-world champion, in order to effortlessly and comfortably shoulder the bike for hills and obstacles. The tight, compact geometry and low head tube and rake make for aggressive handling while the bike's underneath you -- virtually the same geometry that Albert rode while wearing the rainbow stripes in 2013. While the bike's kit isn't quite on par with what Albert rode, its durability is more than welcome for our more humble applications. The drivetrain showcases Shimano's new 105 11-speed with FSA's no-nonsense Omega Compact crankset. The World Cup also includes the reliability of SRAM's disc brakes, which many of us feel are the best option for 'cross racing today because they brake con...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$1,949.00 See It
Master Gloves Black, XL - Men's

Colnago's Master Gloves are the ultimate way to complement the superb ride quality of frames like the new C60 or the legendary steel Master itself. The gloves' ergonomic bodies combine two materials, a stretchy, ventilating material and a soft toweling that gently wipes sweat from your face and brow. Colnago did away with fastening devices, opting instead for a slip-on design that doesn't abrade other clothing with hook-and-loop patches. The palm is lightly cushioned and grippy, so it absorbs road noise but not at the cost of losing touch with your handlebars, and the gloves are made in Italy from Italian materials, so they also keep you in touch with the Italian heritage at the heart of your name Colnago frameset.

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$27.47 See It
C59 Jersey White, M - Men's

When it comes to cycling clothing, the name Colnago speaks for itself. It doesn't need bright colors, loud patterns, and aggressive branding. Instead, items like the C59 Jersey rely on elegant, understated styling and an innovative array of details affecting fit and function to represent them. And when you're astride one of Colnago's frames -- which often incorporate vibrant colors and hand-painted designs -- you may as well just accept that everyone will be looking at your bike, anyway. The C59 Jersey's body consists primarily of Dry 3 Next material, which is made of hollow polypropylene fibers that transport moisture more efficiently because of their larger effective surface area. It's also shot through with threads of Lastol, an elastic material that not only resists degrees Fahrenheit but also offers a degree of abrasion resistance, keeping you cool and the jersey safe from signs of wear. The back panel provides a counterpoint to the front's accommodating stretch, keeping the jersey comfortably compressive and maintaining the jersey's semi-race fit, and the whole article has an SPF rating of 50. The C59 Jersey is finished with a few details that indicate Colnago knows as much about clothing as it does about frames, including anti-odor, pro-ventilation mesh inserts under the arms, a sleeve design that doesn't restrict or leave an extra pinch of material flapping in the breeze, and an elastic hem with gel grip to maintain coverage. Finally, the ordinary complement of three rear pockets is made extraordinary with the advent of a sweat-proof barrier and no-sag support frame. This means you can load your pockets up with smartphones and multi-tools without fear of drowning them or of your pockets deforming till they bounce on your saddle. Reflective elements included on the pockets help keep you visible in low-light conditions.

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$89.98 See It
Winter Deluxe Bib Tights Black, L - Men's

We admit that there are many winter weekends when at least some of us would rather stay in our pajamas, curled up on the couch with a cup of coffee and the Sunday paper instead of venturing out into the cold, brisk air for a training ride. But we also recognize that those miles won't accumulate on their own, so clothing like Colnago's Winter Deluxe Bib Tights, which are basically pajamas you can ride in, are the first step in winter training. OK, they're not actually pajamas. They do keep you warm, though, courtesy of their Thermo Roubaix HT fabric. Thermo Roubaix HT is made of hollow core fibers, which increases the material's wicking properties and creates countless micro pockets of trapped air to act as insulation -- basically the same principle that makes Merino wool such a quality insulator. The benefits of Thermo Roubaix are also evident in the tights' elasticity and abrasion resistance. The bibs are Lycra, which allows for unrestricted movement and doesn't add an extra layer of insulation to your upper body, so you'll retain control over layering. The extra, ventilating mesh insert between the shoulder blades mean you won't retain excess heat, though. The tights include EIT's endurance-minded chamois, the C10, for comfort that lasts throughout your winter base miles. Its variable topography of padding is built with an open-cell, high-density foam placed strategically to keep pressure where you want it while protecting sensitive areas. Each discrete panel is linked with a highly stretching material so they can move independently, and the whole chamois is shaped so that you fit into it when you pull the tights on rather than force it to conform to your body. The overall shape of the tights accommodates your legs and hips in the same way, but you won't appreciate the ergonomic fit's true benefits until you're stretched out in the saddle, grinding through those base miles. Stirrups help to maintain this comfortable fit and reflective elements help keep you v...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$119.98 See It
Winter Deluxe Bib Tights - Men's

We admit that there are many winter weekends when at least some of us would rather stay in our pajamas, curled up on the couch with a cup of coffee and the Sunday paper instead of venturing out into the cold, brisk air for a training ride. But we also recognize that those miles won't accumulate on their own, so clothing like Colnago's Winter Deluxe Bib Tights, which are basically pajamas you can ride in, are the first step in winter training. OK, they're not actually pajamas. They do keep you warm, though, courtesy of their Thermo Roubaix HT fabric. Thermo Roubaix HT is made of hollow core fibers, which increases the material's wicking properties and creates countless micro pockets of trapped air to act as insulation -- basically the same principle that makes Merino wool such a quality insulator. The benefits of Thermo Roubaix are also evident in the tights' elasticity and abrasion resistance. The bibs are Lycra, which allows for unrestricted movement and doesn't add an extra layer of insulation to your upper body, so you'll retain control over layering. The extra, ventilating mesh insert between the shoulder blades mean you won't retain excess heat, though. The tights include EIT's endurance-minded chamois, the C10, for comfort that lasts throughout your winter base miles. Its variable topography of padding is built with an open-cell, high-density foam placed strategically to keep pressure where you want it while protecting sensitive areas. Each discrete panel is linked with a highly stretching material so they can move independently, and the whole chamois is shaped so that you fit into it when you pull the tights on rather than force it to conform to your body. The overall shape of the tights accommodates your legs and hips in the same way, but you won't appreciate the ergonomic fit's true benefits until you're stretched out in the saddle, grinding through those base miles. Stirrups help to maintain this comfortable fit and reflective elements help keep you v...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$119.98 See It
C59 Jersey White, L - Men's

When it comes to cycling clothing, the name Colnago speaks for itself. It doesn't need bright colors, loud patterns, and aggressive branding. Instead, items like the C59 Jersey rely on elegant, understated styling and an innovative array of details affecting fit and function to represent them. And when you're astride one of Colnago's frames -- which often incorporate vibrant colors and hand-painted designs -- you may as well just accept that everyone will be looking at your bike, anyway. The C59 Jersey's body consists primarily of Dry 3 Next material, which is made of hollow polypropylene fibers that transport moisture more efficiently because of their larger effective surface area. It's also shot through with threads of Lastol, an elastic material that not only resists degrees Fahrenheit but also offers a degree of abrasion resistance, keeping you cool and the jersey safe from signs of wear. The back panel provides a counterpoint to the front's accommodating stretch, keeping the jersey comfortably compressive and maintaining the jersey's semi-race fit, and the whole article has an SPF rating of 50. The C59 Jersey is finished with a few details that indicate Colnago knows as much about clothing as it does about frames, including anti-odor, pro-ventilation mesh inserts under the arms, a sleeve design that doesn't restrict or leave an extra pinch of material flapping in the breeze, and an elastic hem with gel grip to maintain coverage. Finally, the ordinary complement of three rear pockets is made extraordinary with the advent of a sweat-proof barrier and no-sag support frame. This means you can load your pockets up with smartphones and multi-tools without fear of drowning them or of your pockets deforming till they bounce on your saddle. Reflective elements included on the pockets help keep you visible in low-light conditions.

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$89.98 See It
C59 Jersey - Men's

When it comes to cycling clothing, the name Colnago speaks for itself. It doesn't need bright colors, loud patterns, and aggressive branding. Instead, items like the C59 Jersey rely on elegant, understated styling and an innovative array of details affecting fit and function to represent them. And when you're astride one of Colnago's frames -- which often incorporate vibrant colors and hand-painted designs -- you may as well just accept that everyone will be looking at your bike, anyway. The C59 Jersey's body consists primarily of Dry 3 Next material, which is made of hollow polypropylene fibers that transport moisture more efficiently because of their larger effective surface area. It's also shot through with threads of Lastol, an elastic material that not only resists degrees Fahrenheit but also offers a degree of abrasion resistance, keeping you cool and the jersey safe from signs of wear. The back panel provides a counterpoint to the front's accommodating stretch, keeping the jersey comfortably compressive and maintaining the jersey's semi-race fit, and the whole article has an SPF rating of 50. The C59 Jersey is finished with a few details that indicate Colnago knows as much about clothing as it does about frames, including anti-odor, pro-ventilation mesh inserts under the arms, a sleeve design that doesn't restrict or leave an extra pinch of material flapping in the breeze, and an elastic hem with gel grip to maintain coverage. Finally, the ordinary complement of three rear pockets is made extraordinary with the advent of a sweat-proof barrier and no-sag support frame. This means you can load your pockets up with smartphones and multi-tools without fear of drowning them or of your pockets deforming till they bounce on your saddle. Reflective elements included on the pockets help keep you visible in low-light conditions.

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$89.98 See It
C59 Jersey Black, S - Men's

When it comes to cycling clothing, the name Colnago speaks for itself. It doesn't need bright colors, loud patterns, and aggressive branding. Instead, items like the C59 Jersey rely on elegant, understated styling and an innovative array of details affecting fit and function to represent them. And when you're astride one of Colnago's frames -- which often incorporate vibrant colors and hand-painted designs -- you may as well just accept that everyone will be looking at your bike, anyway. The C59 Jersey's body consists primarily of Dry 3 Next material, which is made of hollow polypropylene fibers that transport moisture more efficiently because of their larger effective surface area. It's also shot through with threads of Lastol, an elastic material that not only resists degrees Fahrenheit but also offers a degree of abrasion resistance, keeping you cool and the jersey safe from signs of wear. The back panel provides a counterpoint to the front's accommodating stretch, keeping the jersey comfortably compressive and maintaining the jersey's semi-race fit, and the whole article has an SPF rating of 50. The C59 Jersey is finished with a few details that indicate Colnago knows as much about clothing as it does about frames, including anti-odor, pro-ventilation mesh inserts under the arms, a sleeve design that doesn't restrict or leave an extra pinch of material flapping in the breeze, and an elastic hem with gel grip to maintain coverage. Finally, the ordinary complement of three rear pockets is made extraordinary with the advent of a sweat-proof barrier and no-sag support frame. This means you can load your pockets up with smartphones and multi-tools without fear of drowning them or of your pockets deforming till they bounce on your saddle. Reflective elements included on the pockets help keep you visible in low-light conditions.

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$89.98 See It
Winter Deluxe Bib Tights Black, XXL - Men's

We admit that there are many winter weekends when at least some of us would rather stay in our pajamas, curled up on the couch with a cup of coffee and the Sunday paper instead of venturing out into the cold, brisk air for a training ride. But we also recognize that those miles won't accumulate on their own, so clothing like Colnago's Winter Deluxe Bib Tights, which are basically pajamas you can ride in, are the first step in winter training. OK, they're not actually pajamas. They do keep you warm, though, courtesy of their Thermo Roubaix HT fabric. Thermo Roubaix HT is made of hollow core fibers, which increases the material's wicking properties and creates countless micro pockets of trapped air to act as insulation -- basically the same principle that makes Merino wool such a quality insulator. The benefits of Thermo Roubaix are also evident in the tights' elasticity and abrasion resistance. The bibs are Lycra, which allows for unrestricted movement and doesn't add an extra layer of insulation to your upper body, so you'll retain control over layering. The extra, ventilating mesh insert between the shoulder blades mean you won't retain excess heat, though. The tights include EIT's endurance-minded chamois, the C10, for comfort that lasts throughout your winter base miles. Its variable topography of padding is built with an open-cell, high-density foam placed strategically to keep pressure where you want it while protecting sensitive areas. Each discrete panel is linked with a highly stretching material so they can move independently, and the whole chamois is shaped so that you fit into it when you pull the tights on rather than force it to conform to your body. The overall shape of the tights accommodates your legs and hips in the same way, but you won't appreciate the ergonomic fit's true benefits until you're stretched out in the saddle, grinding through those base miles. Stirrups help to maintain this comfortable fit and reflective elements help keep you v...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$119.98 See It
C59 Jersey White, XL - Men's

When it comes to cycling clothing, the name Colnago speaks for itself. It doesn't need bright colors, loud patterns, and aggressive branding. Instead, items like the C59 Jersey rely on elegant, understated styling and an innovative array of details affecting fit and function to represent them. And when you're astride one of Colnago's frames -- which often incorporate vibrant colors and hand-painted designs -- you may as well just accept that everyone will be looking at your bike, anyway. The C59 Jersey's body consists primarily of Dry 3 Next material, which is made of hollow polypropylene fibers that transport moisture more efficiently because of their larger effective surface area. It's also shot through with threads of Lastol, an elastic material that not only resists degrees Fahrenheit but also offers a degree of abrasion resistance, keeping you cool and the jersey safe from signs of wear. The back panel provides a counterpoint to the front's accommodating stretch, keeping the jersey comfortably compressive and maintaining the jersey's semi-race fit, and the whole article has an SPF rating of 50. The C59 Jersey is finished with a few details that indicate Colnago knows as much about clothing as it does about frames, including anti-odor, pro-ventilation mesh inserts under the arms, a sleeve design that doesn't restrict or leave an extra pinch of material flapping in the breeze, and an elastic hem with gel grip to maintain coverage. Finally, the ordinary complement of three rear pockets is made extraordinary with the advent of a sweat-proof barrier and no-sag support frame. This means you can load your pockets up with smartphones and multi-tools without fear of drowning them or of your pockets deforming till they bounce on your saddle. Reflective elements included on the pockets help keep you visible in low-light conditions.

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$89.98 See It
C59 Jersey Black, XXL - Men's

When it comes to cycling clothing, the name Colnago speaks for itself. It doesn't need bright colors, loud patterns, and aggressive branding. Instead, items like the C59 Jersey rely on elegant, understated styling and an innovative array of details affecting fit and function to represent them. And when you're astride one of Colnago's frames -- which often incorporate vibrant colors and hand-painted designs -- you may as well just accept that everyone will be looking at your bike, anyway. The C59 Jersey's body consists primarily of Dry 3 Next material, which is made of hollow polypropylene fibers that transport moisture more efficiently because of their larger effective surface area. It's also shot through with threads of Lastol, an elastic material that not only resists degrees Fahrenheit but also offers a degree of abrasion resistance, keeping you cool and the jersey safe from signs of wear. The back panel provides a counterpoint to the front's accommodating stretch, keeping the jersey comfortably compressive and maintaining the jersey's semi-race fit, and the whole article has an SPF rating of 50. The C59 Jersey is finished with a few details that indicate Colnago knows as much about clothing as it does about frames, including anti-odor, pro-ventilation mesh inserts under the arms, a sleeve design that doesn't restrict or leave an extra pinch of material flapping in the breeze, and an elastic hem with gel grip to maintain coverage. Finally, the ordinary complement of three rear pockets is made extraordinary with the advent of a sweat-proof barrier and no-sag support frame. This means you can load your pockets up with smartphones and multi-tools without fear of drowning them or of your pockets deforming till they bounce on your saddle. Reflective elements included on the pockets help keep you visible in low-light conditions.

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$89.98 See It
Winter Deluxe Bib Tights Black, M - Men's

We admit that there are many winter weekends when at least some of us would rather stay in our pajamas, curled up on the couch with a cup of coffee and the Sunday paper instead of venturing out into the cold, brisk air for a training ride. But we also recognize that those miles won't accumulate on their own, so clothing like Colnago's Winter Deluxe Bib Tights, which are basically pajamas you can ride in, are the first step in winter training. OK, they're not actually pajamas. They do keep you warm, though, courtesy of their Thermo Roubaix HT fabric. Thermo Roubaix HT is made of hollow core fibers, which increases the material's wicking properties and creates countless micro pockets of trapped air to act as insulation -- basically the same principle that makes Merino wool such a quality insulator. The benefits of Thermo Roubaix are also evident in the tights' elasticity and abrasion resistance. The bibs are Lycra, which allows for unrestricted movement and doesn't add an extra layer of insulation to your upper body, so you'll retain control over layering. The extra, ventilating mesh insert between the shoulder blades mean you won't retain excess heat, though. The tights include EIT's endurance-minded chamois, the C10, for comfort that lasts throughout your winter base miles. Its variable topography of padding is built with an open-cell, high-density foam placed strategically to keep pressure where you want it while protecting sensitive areas. Each discrete panel is linked with a highly stretching material so they can move independently, and the whole chamois is shaped so that you fit into it when you pull the tights on rather than force it to conform to your body. The overall shape of the tights accommodates your legs and hips in the same way, but you won't appreciate the ergonomic fit's true benefits until you're stretched out in the saddle, grinding through those base miles. Stirrups help to maintain this comfortable fit and reflective elements help keep you v...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$119.98 See It
Winter Deluxe Bib Tights Black, XL - Men's

We admit that there are many winter weekends when at least some of us would rather stay in our pajamas, curled up on the couch with a cup of coffee and the Sunday paper instead of venturing out into the cold, brisk air for a training ride. But we also recognize that those miles won't accumulate on their own, so clothing like Colnago's Winter Deluxe Bib Tights, which are basically pajamas you can ride in, are the first step in winter training. OK, they're not actually pajamas. They do keep you warm, though, courtesy of their Thermo Roubaix HT fabric. Thermo Roubaix HT is made of hollow core fibers, which increases the material's wicking properties and creates countless micro pockets of trapped air to act as insulation -- basically the same principle that makes Merino wool such a quality insulator. The benefits of Thermo Roubaix are also evident in the tights' elasticity and abrasion resistance. The bibs are Lycra, which allows for unrestricted movement and doesn't add an extra layer of insulation to your upper body, so you'll retain control over layering. The extra, ventilating mesh insert between the shoulder blades mean you won't retain excess heat, though. The tights include EIT's endurance-minded chamois, the C10, for comfort that lasts throughout your winter base miles. Its variable topography of padding is built with an open-cell, high-density foam placed strategically to keep pressure where you want it while protecting sensitive areas. Each discrete panel is linked with a highly stretching material so they can move independently, and the whole chamois is shaped so that you fit into it when you pull the tights on rather than force it to conform to your body. The overall shape of the tights accommodates your legs and hips in the same way, but you won't appreciate the ergonomic fit's true benefits until you're stretched out in the saddle, grinding through those base miles. Stirrups help to maintain this comfortable fit and reflective elements help keep you v...

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$119.98 See It
Master Gloves Black, L - Men's

Colnago's Master Gloves are the ultimate way to complement the superb ride quality of frames like the new C60 or the legendary steel Master itself. The gloves' ergonomic bodies combine two materials, a stretchy, ventilating material and a soft toweling that gently wipes sweat from your face and brow. Colnago did away with fastening devices, opting instead for a slip-on design that doesn't abrade other clothing with hook-and-loop patches. The palm is lightly cushioned and grippy, so it absorbs road noise but not at the cost of losing touch with your handlebars, and the gloves are made in Italy from Italian materials, so they also keep you in touch with the Italian heritage at the heart of your name Colnago frameset.

more >>
Competitive Cyclist
$27.47 See It
Search within results
  • Find by Price
    • $ to $