As a pioneer in the women’s skort movement, and surely an original when it comes to cycling-specific, rarely have we offered “options” in this category. But as the market evolves and our love for skorts grow, we just couldn’t resist these beauties… Mary Ann vs Ginger: these two won’t leave you stranded when it comes […]
This year, we’ve been even busier on our product line than usual, and the result is a bumper crop of colorful styles and patterns. The new season’s introductions are visually stunning, but we also came up with a host of technical and functional innovations.
Here’s a round up of some of the most exciting new developments in the Terry line for Spring 2019.
Ouch! You planned on a 50 miler and it was all you could do to suffer through the first ten miles. Finally, you just turned around, and to alleviate the discomfort, stood on the pedals most of the way home. Your soft tissue area feels like it’s on fire! This can be caused by a multitude of things, but these seven steps can go a long way to making you more comfortable while riding your bike:…
It comes up quite a lot here at Terry: a customer will be exploring saddle options after enduring pain for quite some time, and although some saddle models may be better than others, they have not found a seat that solves the problem. Often they have tried a few bike saddles and none has brought true relief. Here’s the advice we offer when a different saddle hasn’t helped enough.
Long Distance Bike Shorts – Designed for Over 2 Hours in the Saddle Any cyclist in the saddle longer than 2 hours should look at our bike shorts with a “Flex” chamois. Type “Flex” in the search box on our terrybicycles.com website. This will bring up all shorts designed with a Flex chamois. There’s a […]
In the past few years I’ve had the good fortune to take a few ship-based cycling vacations and I’ve loved them. Along the way, I’ve picked up some tips for planning a cycling vacation that’s more comfortable and more fun. Read on for the advice I wish I’d had before I went on my first trip!
Cycling vacations are an awesome way to see exotic places, meet new friends, and get in some great rides. To get the most from your trip, you’ve got to have the right bike. The big question is, should you BYOB – bring your own bike – or rent one at your destination? In three years of working as a bike mechanic on cycling trips with Santana Adventures, I’ve seen people have a great trip either way. But I’ve also seen bike issues derail a great vacation, and I wanted to share some tips to help make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
The New Season Highlights from Terry. Join us in the 2019 Season of Journeys, a concept that set the tone for the adventurous prints, global patterns, cycling references and natural influences that you’ll see in the Terry line this year. We hope you’re inspired to ride even more than inspired to buy, but just in […]
A Terry Ambassador finds the Coolweather Tight fits the bill. Thanks to three different lengths, this tight fits all women like a glove. “This is the dream tight. They are warm, soft, stretch but don’t bag, and they stay put (!) requiring no tugging or adjustments through an active day of riding. They have a […]
New Year Resolutions for Cyclists New Year – time for making fresh starts and turning new leaves. Almost half of us make resolutions at New Year, and the goals most of us set are to do with getting in better shape. The bad news: only a handful of determined souls keep their resolutions – […]