Since the 2012 Tour de France schedule releases, the cycling lovers begin to prepare their jerseys to welcome the vital sports event. We know the best known cycling jerseys are probably the yellow jersey from the Tour de France and the pink jersey from the Giro d’Italia, but not everyone want to choose these team cycling jerseys. How to choose a favorite 2012 cycling jersey? A quality cycling jersey manufactured especially for cycling is critical for casual and regular riders alike.
First, ability to move is important to a user-friendly jersey. Riding is a vigorous and repetitive action and the jersey should allow flexible arm and shoulder action. Shoulders and cuffs should hug the body. The material should be light, but contour the body closely – who wants to be barreling down a slope with jersey flapping behind or, whoops, an immodest moment?
The second point is to remember that the cycling jerseys are freedom from risk. Why are there many colorful cycling jerseys such as eye-popping yellow, red, green, blue colors; patterns with checks, lines, dots, logos, photographs; and neon fabrics? Because above all, the cycling jersey must furnish risk avoidance and protection; in the riding arena, that means high visibility. Every bike athlete from the littlest to professional needs to be sure she can be easily spotted and safely avoided by other users on the roads.
The third is to seek the comfortable cycling jerseys. While the cloth should be featherweight, for cold weather riding, the jersey should be long-sleeved and warm. In any weather, wicking, or the process of transporting sweat from the skin to the atmosphere to allow cooling is crucial. Airiness is also a consideration – for example, many riding jerseys feature front zippers so that the biker can control air flow. Another aspect of ease is the availability of pockets for supplies, usually located on the back of the jersey.
There are only 3 months left for the 2012 Tour de France, are you prepared the cycling jerseys to celebrate it?