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Cycling Gear

Whether you’re cruising the road, down the mountain or at home, adidas cycling gear supports your workout. Sweat-wicking tops, padded shorts and comfortable shoes help you keep your wheels spinning.
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adidas Cycling Clothes & Shoes

From riding through winding mountain roads to your daily work commute, adidas has cycling clothes and shoes to fuel your ride. Our collection of cycling apparel and bike shoes provides the comfort and performance you need for any adventure, streamlined for speed and designed for endurance. Moisture-managing jerseys, padded shorts, lightweight jackets — we have everything required for a day in the saddle. Aerodynamic designs and breathable fabrics keep you feeling fresh from start to finish. For added comfort, shock-absorbing outsoles and anatomical footbeds in our cycling shoes eliminate hotspots over long distances.

On the road or in the mountains, adidas cycling clothes and shoes help you achieve your goals on the bike. Temperature-regulating technologies help keep you cool and comfortable. Moisture-managing bike socks feature mesh ventilation on the top of the foot for added breathability. Organize and carry all your gear in a spacious cycling backpack with a large main compartment that has room for your cycling shoes, water bottle and more. Browse our selection of cycling clothes and shoes. Whether riding for sport or transportation, we have everything you need for your cycling adventures.

Cycling Gear Frequently Asked Questions

For cycling, you need form-fitting gear that won’t chafe, ride up or get caught in motion. Bib shorts are popular with cyclists. Or try a cycling jersey, jacket and shorts, or mix a tee, sports bra, hoodie and workout tights. The best shoes depend on the kind of cycling you want to do, but in general look for shoes with a stiff sole. Bike gloves will help you keep a firm grip on the handlebars. A helmet and sunglasses keep you moving with confidence while maintaining a level of safety. Don't forget a water bottle to stay hydrated.
Beginners looking for cycling gear should aim for form-fitting clothes made for biking, with sweat-wicking fabric and ventilation to keep you dry and comfortable. Cycling jackets often have pockets on the back to keep small items out of your way. Cycling tights, cycling shorts or bib shorts that are fitted are less likely to get caught in a wheel. A cycling jersey, tank top or cropped tee can help facilitate airflow. A sports bra with medium to high support is also well suited to cycling.
Shoes with a stiff outsole are necessary for cycling. There are several types of cycling shoes, depending on the type of pedal on your bike. A casual sneaker with a stiff sole to push down the pedal will work for everyday cycling. For increased efficiency, you may want to invest in a specific road, gravel or mountain cycling shoe, depending on your riding style. These often use cleats to connect directly to the pedals. Indoor cycling shoes can help with training between rides.