Ale PRR 2.0 Agonista 2 bib shorts review

Ale is known for its loud-and-proud kit but has gone for a more classic look with the PRR 2.0 Agonista 2 bib shorts

Ale PRR 2.0 Agonista 2 bib shorts
Cycling Weekly Verdict

I like the Ale PRR 2.0 Agonista 2 bib shorts – they deliver in comfort across the board, though do frustrate with peeling logos and gripper ends.

Reasons to buy
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    Well priced

Reasons to avoid
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    Logos have started to peal already

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    Leg gripper folds at the end after only a few uses

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Ale seemed to explode on the scene a couple of years ago, offering a number of loud shorts and jersey combos. I couldn't go for a ride in the UK or abroad without seeing a handful of brightly patterned Ale-clad cyclists.

This time Ale has supplied us with something a little more classic looking and I like it, especially with the bright 'Ale' stamp on the side of the leg.

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