If you're like most of us, your entire life isn't just riding a bike. Your machine may carry you from appointment to errand to home throughout the day, but once you've arrived at each subsequent destination, it's left locked up, leaning against a classroom wall, or to its own devices against a bank's front window. The bike doesn't follow you through your whole life, and with Club Ride Apparel's Sprint Hooded Women's Jersey, neither does the Lycra you often wear on it. The Sprint is made from a buttery-soft, subtly heathered jersey knit that's reminiscent of ironically vintage t-shirts from back when they were sincerely cool. It's also one of the most breathable shirts we've ever donned, Lycra or otherwise, and it dries almost immediately. Despite those properties, it still offers a bit of protection for comfortably enjoying autumn singletrack or late-night returns. The shirt features Club Ride's Comfort Fit, so it's got an eye toward relaxed layering. In case of winter, add thermal underthings. The RideLight reflective elements will help keep you visible in the low-light conditions that you may encounter if you linger too long at the top of the trail while admiring the fall foliage. Long-armed ladies will appreciate the thumbholes, as they help to keep the sleeves down.
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