Mavic Cyclone Jackets

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MSRP : $189.95

Product Description

Riding inThe frigid winter cold isn’t any fun.The Cyclone has excellent warmthTo weight ratio; it’s not quite a down feather jacket but it’s just as light as your windbreaker. Ergonomically designed cuffs limit air leaks, keeping warm air in and cold air out.The Ergo zipper is asymmetrical and limits irritation and pressure points. Cold weather use (0-12 degrees Celsius) Ergo Cuff Ergo Zip Wind Resistant

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5-10 cyclone shoe ?

Any one use this shoe without a platform around the pedal like a shimano 520-540. Just wondering if the shoe is stiff enough to use with a non platform spd pedal also do they keep your feet warm in the winter, I have the 5-10 impact and they work pretty good in the winter as long as the temps stay a ... Read More »

GT Frame Build-Up - 1991 Cyclone Made in the USA

The story for this build goes back about 6 months when a poor listing showed up on a Wednesday night on eBay. The pictures were taken from a distance and the frame wasn't well described. By the look of the 2x4 fork I realized right away that it had to a Cyclone frame because of the color. It was ... Read More »

Great news, pulling the trigger on a 91' G.T. Cyclone w/ Judy carbon fork

Can't belive it, and the guy I'm buying from is local and a professional mechanic. It gets better, the bike has been garaged and although I haven't seen it yet I expect it to be in fairly good shape. What really blew me away was the price...350.00 frame and fork. Anyway, I'll post pics when I take d ... Read More »

MiNewt.350 x 2 to replace HID Cyclone?

Considering pulling the trigger on a new set of lights. I have a older NiteRider Cyclone HID light that I think is circa 2004. It's failed on me once (on a ride) and the charger seems to work only when it wants to. I usually have to plug it in and then re-plug it in and hope it works. Plus, the old ... Read More »

Cyclone Yasi - shout out to our OZ friends!

Looks like some serious $hit headed your way guys, be safe, and get your shovels ready (assuming there will be some serious trailwork after this thing blows over...). :cool:Read More »

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