The best essential Nike cycling gear is gear that you can take out with you on your bike, whether you are in a competitive race, or a just riding for your own enjoyment on a weekend some time. Wearing Nike cycling gear will also tell your fellow riders that you mean business and that you are a serious competitor. Whether for day time or night time riding, Nike cycling gear will see you through. These pieces of gear encapsulate all kinds of clothing from shorts to jerseys to even knee warmers.
- Nike LIVESTRONG Stretch Running Cycling Shorts. The Nike "LiveStrong" Stretch Running Cycling Shorts are very lightweight and "dri-fit" shorts that feature both an internal waistcord as well as an elastic waist. It comes complete with Nike's Swoosh trademark on your left, upper hip.
- Team Radio Shack Jersey by Nike. The Team Radio Shack Jersey by Nike is the official cycling jersey of Lance Armstrong and company for the 2010 cycling season. This baby comes with a design that has as its intent the movement of moisture off of your skin more quickly. It is recommended when ordering that you order one size larger than your normal size as this jersey has a habit of running too small.
- Nike Elite Full-Finger Gloves. Nike Elite Full-Finger Gloves are sure to come in handy for most cyclists. Designed to supplement your bike riding perfectly, these gloves feature breathable and functionally articulated palms along with Sphere Dry backs which wick. For total control, this essential cycling gear has grippy silicone embedded in its palms and fingertips.
- Nike 2010 Men's Radio Shack Cycling Knee Warmers. This piece of essential cycling gear by Nike is a one size fits all deal and is made in Italy. It is made out of dryarn fabric and comes in a dark grey color.
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