For the diehard rider, car-less commuter or cycle-lover, your daily wardrobe is all about strategy. But who’s to restrict your attire to spandex, or say you can’t be stylish? Clintonville resident Esther Dwyer’s go-to outfit is almost always a dress or skirt, proving that there are no rules and you can make (almost) anything work on two wheels.
Skirt, top, coat, scarf and shoes from Substance in the Short North. Brooks Pickwick backpack and bike basket from Paradise Garage.
Whether it’s a tour, recreation or form of release after a long day, any road-bike rider wants to stay cool in clothing that’s functional and comfortable, but also isn’t an eyesore. Brody Wakefield knows his way around any bike, and when he’s out on the road, he sports the latest in affordable, stylish apparel.
Castelli Prologo 3 jersey, Endurance bib, Fox Racing DH socks, Castelli Rosso Corsa gloves, Mavic shoes and Giro Atmos helmet from roll:.
It doesn’t take a professional to look good on a bike – but it’s a different story when it comes to racing well. Enter Katie Arnold, local girl turned pro cyclocross racer. After competing for three years, she’s one of the fastest ladies in the sport, so this might be your only chance to glimpse her riding attire in focus.
Endura Xtract jersey and Humvee Lite shorts from roll:. Shoes and helmet, her own.