Hear that? It’s the subjective gasp that inevitably accompanies the reveal of any new kit design. It’s been almost five years since our first kit was released, so an update was well overdue. As you’ll see, the 2020 Carbon Addiction kit is completely different to the original. We were keen to do that, really just … More 2020 Carbon Addiction Kit – Available Now
PRISM launches centralised racing platform, Buncheur, and it’s free. If there’s anything guaranteed to get up our nose, it’s burglars. If there’s anything guaranteed to get us excited, it’s club racing. So, with this in mind, we were intrigued when we were recently contacted by Prism Hubbardproof Apparel about a new initiative they’ve just launched … More The end of burglars?
Forget skin suit. There have been plenty of cyclists who’ve gone the birthday suit over the years, usually in the interest of publicity. In more recent times Britain’s former Track World and Olympic Champion Victoria Pendleton has revealed all for the cameras on several occasions, including a pre-2012 London Olympics shoot for GQ magazine. While … More RAW POWER
Not sure what it’s like where you live. But here in NSW there’s been plenty of chat and, yes, aggravation in 2015 with regards to the wearing of registered club kit in bike races. Over the past few years there’s been a noticeable rise in the number of ‘sponsored teams’, whereby club members race in … More Return of the sponsored team kit saga…
Never heard of Bodhi? Don’t worry, neither had I until this striking and beautifully-made riding kit arrived at my doorstep. However now I’ve had the chance to take a closer look – and wear it on a few rides, of course – I think it’s safe to suggest we might be hearing a lot more … More REVIEW: Bodhi ‘Black Eye’ Riding Kit
You can never have too much kit, right? The official Carbon Addiction kit is now available, exclusively manufactured in Europe by high quality Belgian brand, Bodhi. Click here for price and size details.
We’ve posted about terrible cycling kits on Carbon Addiction before. But after stumbling across the truly dreadful design (immediately below) from a Columbian women’s team recently, it made us think perhaps it’s time to put things to a vote. Here you’ll find what we feel are five of the all-time worst cycling kit designs plus Mario Cipollini. Let us know which you … More POLL: Worst kit ever?
Every day another brand of cycling kit seems to come along. It’s not so surprising I guess when you consider how much our sport continues to grow. A bit like buying a new car, the explosion of choice in the past five years or so mean there’s something out there for virtually any type of cyclist, from … More Could this be the best cycling kit you’ve never heard of?
A century or so ago when life was simpler, so too were cycling shoes. Long before marketing departments ruled the world, a rider’s feet were far more humbly shod than they are today. Typically boasting leather and laces with perhaps timber insoles and even toeclips, most looked pretty similar and by all reports performed pretty similarly too. … More My, what a lovely pair
The below ad and subsequent shit storm appeared on Facebook this week, posted by one of Australia’s finest domestic sprinters of the past decade and former National Criterium Champion, Anthony Giacoppo. The moment I saw it I knew there’d be more trouble than Dutch Corner during prohibition. And indeed there was. For whilst there are … More To wear or not to wear