A good pair of cycling shorts is a girl’s best friend. We’ve carefully selected a mix of options for all types of rides. Stop in and we’ll happily show you the way to chamois nirvana.

We carry several shorts, skorts, and skirts from Terry. We love Terry for so many reasons, including the shorts’ elastic-free waist, breathable padding, and excellent wicking fabric. Terry shorts are constantly on “best of” lists and continue to impress. We have shorts made for spin classes and shorter rides as well as performance oriented aggressive riders. And they are made in the USA!

Twin Six

We love the Standard Bib Short by Twin Six. With an “everything you need and nothing you don’t” mindset, Twin Six created a small batch of pro level women’s bibs with an unassuming vibe, catering to those who appreciate the finer things.


When we first put on the Velocio Signature Bib shorts all we could muster was a stunned “wow.” Talk about next level, these bibs are it. Made from Italian Lycra fabric for exceptional feel, durability and comfort. The Signature Bib Short’s front panel is made from a sheer stretch mesh that acts to stabilize the braces (straps). Supportive and light-feeling, these are bibs designed from the ground up to meet the highest standards of fit and performance, employing a custom, top-of-the-line Elastic Interface Technology (EIT) chamois by Cytech.

A great bib short is the best foundation for longer, faster rides. But bibs can also be a challenge when nature calls. Giro has come to the rescue with the Women’s Ride Halter Bib. Simply remove the halter, pull down the bibs, and you’re ready to go. You don’t even need to unzip your jersey. Made with premium Italian fabrics to ensure optimal compression and comfort, and tailored the fit so that each seam works with your body in motion. A storage pocket at the lower back provides freedom to choose your top layers too, so that you can keep going with confidence and style.

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