What's Cool In Road Cycling

PEZ Kit: Now Better Than Plastic!

In a world of space age materials and nano-babble, it’s good to know that our PEZ “Classic” kit is made from good ol’ polyester-based fabrics designed to do just two things – improve your looks, and your riding comfort. Get some in your life today!

In the world of cycling, a certain milestone of credibility is reached when the famous Anthony Pope – creator of the Plastic Peloton People – deems us worthy of his own immortalizing interpretation. For sure a “you know you’ve arrived when…” moment.

So keep your mouth shut, and let us announce your own arrival in full PEZ Kit – ! Just think of the envious looks and whispered comments – not to mention the in your face compliments you’ll bag on Saturday morning…

The full line of our classic PEZ kit is online and ready to own!
• Jerseys
• Bibs
• Arm warmers,
• Knee & Leg warmers
• Gloves
• Caps
• Vests
• Socks by DeFeet

All are in stock and ready to ship from our new retail partner RealCyclist.compez kit. Get some today!

The custom PezCycling Kit by Capo is now available at RealCyclist.compez kit, just waiting for your order!

THIS GEAR REALLY WORKS!
• Made in Italy from 100% dual knit microfiber that draws moisture away from your skin so you feel dryer and more comfy.
• All items are cut to fit real cyclists – no bunching or pinching whether you’re in the drops, on the tops, or at the coffee shop.

Jerseys priced for everyone cool at only $79.95 + shipping

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL
Note: They’re the Euro-racer cut and do fit smaller, so unless you like ‘em snug, we suggest ordering one size larger than US sizes.

YES! I WANT MY PEZCYCLING KIT!pez kit.

Click The Jersey To Buy ‘EM!
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• See how PEZ-Kit is made in our Bergamo Factory Tour

Get Capo Custom Kit for Your Club or Team
– Call Gary or Rob at Upland Sports Group and they’ll set you up.
Phone: 510-652-4074
Email: [email protected]
Web: UplandSG.com

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