Tried and tested by its UK racing team, a simple staple with a friendly price tag
By Cycling Active published
At the start of this test, we were not familiar with the Gear Club brand — but we weren’t disappointed once we tried this jersey.
For £30, you’re getting a lot for your cash. It has a full zip, three rear pockets and one zipped, and is neatly finished with laser-cut cuffs.
It wasn’t exactly ‘all singing, all dancing’ but would serve as a fantastic basic item for those on a budget.
Other tailor-made options are available, as part of Gear Club’s custom clothing fitting and design service.
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