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Showcase: Ted Baker – Raising The Handlebars

A new season is upon us. Unfortunately that season is autumn heading into winter. Summer is over kids, go home. Sorry.
The good news is that with the new season comes new clothes lines. The better news is that brands are finally waking up to the fact that most regular cyclists don’t want to be lycra-clad. They don’t even want cycling clothes. They want stylish clothes they can cycle in. Hoorah.
One brand that has come out all guns blazing on this front for the new season, is Ted Baker, with their all-new, aptly named, ‘Raising the Handlebars‘ range. And they’ve hit the nail right on the head.
Check out some of the new additions below, and find more on our Pinterest page – which, if you haven’t visited recently, is now a haven of all the best stylish cycling clothes from across the web (click here to immerse yourself in cycling style).

Click here to see the whole Raising The Handlebar range from Ted Baker.

Ted Baker Cycling Blazer
Ted Baker Cycling Clothes
Ted Baker Cycling Jacket
Ted Baker Cycling Shirt
Ted Baker Cycling Shirt

Click here to see the whole Raising The Handlebar range from Ted Baker.

Pete Reynolds


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Pete Reynolds

Pete is the co-founder and editor of Discerning Cyclist. He commutes by bike daily from his home to his co-working space. Originally from Wirral, UK, Pete now lives in Spain. When visiting a new city, Pete loves nothing more than to explore it on two wheels. See Pete's Muck Rack profile

2 Responses

  1. Kevin says:

    I have to say, these look amazing.

    My problem is that I start sweating as soon as I see my bike and these clothes don’t really deserve such treatment πŸ™

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