The gals in your training group may comment on the feminine style of the Louis Garneau Women's Cortina Short-Sleeve Jersey, admiring its rounded collar and cap sleeves. The real test, though, is how you look at the end of the ride. Wearing the Cortina, you're less likely to be a sweaty mess thanks to the top's ProCool fabric, which keeps you comfortable by wicking moisture from your skin and allowing air to pass through. Mesh inserts and an 8-inch zipper further enhance ventilation on warm days.
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We have planned a trip for 2 weeks of mountian biking in the Dolomites. We are going to stay in Val Gardena for 10 days and then we were thinking of going to Cortina for 4 days. However, I've read most of the single track around Cortina is off limits to mountain bikes and just reserved for foot tr ... Read More »
Has anybody done any biking around Cortina d'Ampezzo?
A while ago Bike Magazin had an interesting article on the area, where it [I]looked[/I] like the riding would be fun with some spectacular scenery to boot... After I did a little researching this morning it sounds like there's no fun to be had u ... Read More »
well im a noob here... thanks in advance:thumbsup:
looking for a new DJ/street bike.
was looking at a cannondale chase, or a specialized p series....
still debating on a single speed vs 8
came across this
some specs vs the picture are different....
i also have a set of plant x kni ... Read More »
I will be heading to Italy in late June for 9 days.
I want to climb some via ferrata, and do some MTB.
Cortina seems to be the place to go for Via ferrata, and I'll be heading there for about 4 days. That leaves 5 for a mountain biking location.
I hear there is [I]some[/I] mount ... Read More »