Troy Lee Designs 2014 collection - first look

Fresh clothing and protection line from the Californian brand

Troy Lee Designs is a brand that's steeped in mountain bike history, and judging by their latest collection, 2014 should be another good year for the Californian brand.

For the 2014 range, the team at Troy Lee Designs has launched a new ‘category symbol system’, which essentially means that the company has tailored their range to suit the specific needs of different riders, whether it's cross-country, all-mountain or gravity.

We've taken a look at the three clothing ranges below, as well as Troy Lee Designs' latest helmets and protection ranges. Check the gallery for more images.

Sprint – for gravity riding

The Sprint range is Troy Lee’s premium gravity riding gear. It features all-new bicycle-specific race pants, designed with an anatomical build for cycling and lightweight materials. They're available in four colourways with a matching jersey and all-new lightweight shorts.

Sprint jersey £54.99 / US$50

Sprint pants £119.99 / US$125

Sprint shorts £79.99 / US$86

Sprint gloves £34.99 / US$26

Ruckus – for all-mountain riding

Troy lee designs 2014 ruckus full kit:
Troy lee designs 2014 ruckus full kit:

Back for 2014, the Ruckus line is designed for the rigours of all-mountain riding. New features for 2014 include a phone pocket and more robust design for the shorts, while the jersey has a more tailored fit.

Ruckus jersey £54.99 / US$52

Ruckus shorts £99.99 / US$135

Ace – for cross-country riding

Troy lee designs ace full kit 2014:
Troy lee designs ace full kit 2014:

The popular Ace range has undergone some significant changes, focussing on the needs of cross-country and endurance athletes.

Ace jersey: £59.99 / US$68

Ace shorts: £119.99 / US$165

Ace bib shorts:  £120 / US$110

Ace windbreaker: £69.99 / US$65

Ace gloves: £34.99 / US$36

Ace fingerless gloves: £29.99 / US$34


Troy lee designs method knee pad:
Troy lee designs method knee pad:

The iconic T-Bone pads from Troy Lee revolutionised the kneepad market when they launched almost 10 years ago, and 2014 sees their first redesign. They now feature a new lightweight design that could make them a big hit with the enduro crowd. Joining them will be the new Semenuk signature kneepad, as well as the Method and Panic kneepads, and the E-Lite elbow pads.

T-Bone II: £59.99 / US$52

Semenuk: £89.99 / US$98

Method: £84.99 / US$85

Panic: £99.99 / US$112

E-Lite: £49.99 / US$35


D3 helmet zink replica: d3 helmet zink replica
D3 helmet zink replica: d3 helmet zink replica

The hugely popular D3, D2 and A1 helmet lines return with a plethora or new designs and colours including the rather special Cam Zink and Aaron Gwin signature D3s.

D3 Carbon: £429.99 / US$450

D3 Composite: £349.99 / US$375

D3 Composite Zink: £359.99 / US$395

D2: £199.99-249.99 / US$198-228

A1: £149.99 / US$165

A1 Drone: £129.99 / US$139

Olly Forster

Staff Writer, UK
Olly started riding in '94 after reading Mountain Biking UK as a teenager, and by '97 he'd done his first downhill race. Having worked in the bike industry since 2000 in a range of roles, he's still as hungry as ever to test new kit and explore fresh trails.
  • Discipline: Mountain
  • Preferred Terrain: Downhill and trail
  • Beer of Choice: Sierra Nevada IPA
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