(Photo: Jason Davis)

Velocio Bike Kit

A new company launches into the cycling apparel world

Berne Broudy

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Look good, feel good, ride better. That’s the idea behind the new cycling apparel brand Velocio, which launched earlier this year.

Velocio’s kit for men

When Kristy Scrymgeour, owner of Team Specialized-lululemon, and veteran racer and designer Brad Sheehan founded the company, they wanted to make a stylish, high-tech kit that would be as comfortable—and as high performance—as possible.  

Velocio developed a proprietary fit to support anyone from a casual commuter to an international pro. Designers built compression into the kit, streamlined the chamois, and paid close attention to details ranging from leg grippers to zipper pulls.      

Women’s clothing launched first, but men have options now, too. Velocio’s premium Italian Lycra bib is supportive and durable—it’s made from high-gauge yarns to prevent bagging and aid muscle recovery. It feels like a second skin. 

The aerodynamic jersey is made from soft, stretchy fabric with ceramic to regulate temperature and resist odor. Four back pockets—including a water-resistant zippered one—hold your essentials.

Jersey ($160) and bibs ($200),

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