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AnaNichoola to launch women’s clothing range at Cycle Show Joe Plommer
Female clothing company AnaNichoola will be showing off their new range of ethically produced cycle clothing at this year’s London Cycle Show (8-11 October).
Designed to look good on and off the bike, the range covers everything from capes, windbreakers, bamboo vests and kidney warmers. There’s even a pair of high heel SPD shoes in development.
Anna Glowinski of AnaNichoola said: “We don’t want to apologise for who we are, or hide our pony tails under our helmets; feminine style doesn’t mean kissing goodbye to performance and that is what AnaNichoola is trying to embrace.”
The company prides itself on only using natural fabrics which are produced in fair working conditions in the
As well as designing cycle clothing, the crew at AnaNichoola try to encourage more women to get out on their bikes – from arranging cycle training, BMX skills sessions and mountain bike tuition.
Accessorised in the field
Jo Rowsell with a Tee
Sporting the Ruffle jacket
Sky riders will use Kickrs at races and at home
Sharper handling and lower front end with IsoSpeed suspension