It’s amazing to see how many variations are possible on the basic form of the bicycle. The Velocipedia project sets the bar for inventive interpretation of the humble bike impossibly high, with the emphasis on “impossibly”. It’s an amusing idea, a very impressive labor of love, and the results are delightful…
Terry Bike Gear can be surprisingly suited to life beyond cycling – Many of us enjoy exercise beyond the bike, and whether we’re going from yoga to the gym, running races or running errands, our Terry bike gear goes with us. It turns out that clothing designed to be comfortable, functional and flattering for cycling can be all those things for other activities too. Versatility is built in. It makes sense – fabric that feels good, wicks well, and keeps the sun off when you’re on a bike, performs just the same anywhere else.
Is LeBron James Now the World’s Most Famous Cyclist? No, no, I hear you saying – LeBron is the world’s most famous basketball player! Then you haven’t seen the media coverage of LeBron James’ cycling exploits… Yep, he’s also a dyed-in-the-wool, raised-from-a-pup cyclist. Sure enough, he grew up riding all over Akron, Ohio, with his buddies, on a series of everyday bikes that gave him the taste of freedom and possibility we all know as cyclists.
The Lanterne Rouge – the race to be last in the Tour de France. It would seem like a dubious honor at best, maybe even a mark of failure, but for some the Lanterne Rouge has been the most coveted prize of the Tour de France after the celebrated jerseys… Named for the red light […]
Whatever happened to the Women’s Tour de France? When National Public Radio runs a story about the Tour de France it’s unusual enough to make us perk up our ears, and appreciate the exposure for our sport. When the coverage is focused on a group pushing for a women’s Tour de France, we really pay […]
The 2018 Tour de France heads into Paris today – July 29th, and if there are no last moment disasters Geraint Thomas will keep his yellow jersey and enter the history books as winner of the 2018 Tour de France. He scored a few other notable achievements in this Tour: the only rider ever to […]
We’re down to the finish line for our Tour Web Exclusives 2018 – Snap up these popular favorites while they’re still available… Shop all our Tour Web exclusives here.
It won’t be easy, but seriously, here’s how you win the Tour de France. It’s the rider who completes the course in the shortest time that will win the Tour de France, of course. Here’s how you could accomplish that, if you got the chance. The first step is the easiest: Get yourself into the […]
Painted Ladies of the Tour. They’re bold, curvy, hyper ventilating and looking good for a climb. Terry Sun Goddess Bike Jersey in Painted Ladies of the Tour See our own Queen of the Mountains rocking this kit on a TDF stage route in the Alps.
Sagan vs. Grandma Joan: Advertising as Art Could this be Peter Sagan’s new career? Specialized has been making some really creative videos lately, built around Sagan’s world-beating cycling prowess and engaging personality. This is our favorite so far: Sagan vs. Grandma Joan. It looks like a home run for Specialized, and it does almost make […]
What do the Tour de France jersey colors mean? Most everyone knows about the coveted yellow jersey of the Tour de France, worn by the rider who has accumulated the least time in the race. But what about the other hotly contested Tour de France jersey colors – green, white, and polka dot? The battle […]
Your Guide to the Tour de France 2018 – Who and What to Watch Out For This Year This year the Tour start is on an island on the West coast, in the Vendee region (close to the Loire). The race loops around France to finish on the Champs d’Elysee in Paris on July 29th. […]
Tech Tee: Versatile, Multi-Sport, All Round Feel-Good Top Of all my Terry gear, the Tech Tee is my favorite. I wear the sleeveless Tech Tank almost daily, and I love it for my functional training workouts. I never have to adjust once it’s on. I love the rear coverage as it’s cut longer in the […]
Putting Terry Cycling Gear to the Test in Tahiti – Terry customer and brand ambassador, Cindy Wienkers, took a selection of Terry cycling gear on her trip to French Polynesia, where she put it through its paces in demanding conditions: high heat and humidity, with varied terrain and daily rides, often of quite high mileage.
Gifting Terry Products is a lot of fun! This is a group of my friends outfitted in the Terry Stretch Mini and various Terry tops at our annual summer beach party a few years back. (Photo-bombed by a big belly!). We are the crew that host this annual event. There are roughly 60 people who […]
Must see: two very different views of women, bikes and freedom As we approach Independence Day here in the U.S. it’s a good time to reflect on liberties we enjoy. Among those are some we could easily take for granted without a reminder of how lucky we are to have them. For example, in some […]
Work and pleasure both revolve around cycling for the intrepid Flucke duo, Peter and Tracy. Perhaps not so unusual, except for the extent they will go to enjoy themselves. Taking time off from their business, a consultancy with a focus on cycling issues for municipalities and law enforcement, they like to go for a ride […]
Changing and keeping track of clothing for bike commuting can be a logistical challenge, and if you are commuting by bike regularly, you’re going to expect more from your bike to work clothing. Here’s what Terry staff have to say about the best pieces in our line for your bike to work clothing collection
We are delighted to welcome world-championship competitor Tory Jones to the Terry Team. Here Tory introduces herself and explains why Terry is such a great fit for her. I am thrilled to be working with Terry in 2018! I like to imagine myself as an Ambassador for all women, of all abilities for the sport […]