British outdoor brand Rab has announced their entry into the off-road bike market, with the new kit rolling out by spring 2023.
The new collection, titled Cinder, builds on Rab’s more than 40 years of expertise crafting clothing and equipment to protect against the most adverse weather conditions, providing performance and comfort for all-mountain pursuits.
Andy Schimeck, Global Sales Director at Rab, summarised Cinder: “Rab has enjoyed the credibility and trust of mountaineers around the world for decades. When it comes to technical clothing and protection from the elements, we have the expertise to deliver the ultimate bike wear for mountain people. With our new Cinder bike collection, we offer the perfect gear for any mountain person on two wheels. Whether that’s gravel, adventure, or mountain biking, multi-day bike-packing or afternoon training to get ready for the next expedition.”
The new collection includes 31 styles for men and women and features advanced technologies and fine-tuned designs to provide ultimate protection and comfort on any off-road bike ride.
The range features breathable hard shells and layers that work in harmony to regulate your microclimate at a molecular level and designs with body-mapped materials that perfectly balance protection and freedom of movement.
“Off-road biking adventures require immense versatility in apparel. One moment you’re too hot, then too cold, it’s windy and you’re always dealing with moisture. We have the knowledge and experience of managing these conditions through many years of creating the finest mountaineering, climbing, mountain running, and skiing kit. We’ve taken this knowledge and combined it with a finely engineered on-bike fit to enable fun, adventure, and exploration. We know that bikers wear Rab. And that mountain people bike. Our new Cinder range is the logical progression,” Tim Fish, Design Director at Rab, explained.
The new Rab Cinder off-road bike collection will be on sale in selected stores by spring 2023. Check for updates on the range from Rab's website.
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