Little Kit: Adidas Adistar

Little Kit: Adidas Adistar

On Saturday we had the pleasure of riding with a delightful bunch of cyclists to try out the new Adidas Adistar kit. 

The weather was perfect, the company was lovely and the kit is super comfy. The women's bodysuit is perfect, we don't know why all bibs aren't designed in the same way with the vest top and a zip. We rode about 30 miles and the padding was just right, not too much and not too little. All of the fabrics are really soft and there are no uncomfortable, annoying zips or seams. Everything felt like a glove. The pockets on the jersey are a really good size too. The jacket was another great item which fit really well and was perfect for when it got a little cooler in the afternoon. Obviously the fingerless gloves are just what we need to take pictures whilst we're riding. 

Not only do we absolutely love the fit and feel of the Adistar kit but it looks super slick too. The prices are a lot more affordable than Rapha but it's definitely not lacking in quality. We're big fans of the Adistar kit and we'll most likely be living in the bodysuit and jersey all through summer so apologies in advance for wearing the same kit in our pictures.

We had a great ride around the city with the others, check the links below to see what they get up to on two wheels!

Luke and Rudy from the awesome cycling team 5th Floor, check Luke's adventures riding across America too! - Pedalling For Pints.

The lovely Lorna of Queen of the Mile which is a site for women's distance running, cycling and triathlon as well as general fitness.

A woman who loves a mammoth challenge - Sophie of Challenge sophie

All images by the incredibly talented Jon Baines.

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