5 amazing German cycling brands
Biking in Germany is huge. Especially in big university cities such as Munich, Berlin, and Erlangen. Since most of the terrain is quite flat, bikes are the perfect way to get around.
With such a long and rich history of cycling culture, it’s no wonder that there are quite a lot of big brands in Germany that offer premium quality cycling clothing. But for us women, it can still be a challenge to find the perfect bike clothes that aren’t only comfortable but also look nice.
To help you out, we’ve listed the 5 most amazing German cycling brands for women.
Maloja’s motto is “Where the mountains are.” How fitting for the brand’s origin story, since it was founded in 2004 by a group of friends who stumbled upon a little town in the Alps called ‘Maloja’, where the snow was white and life was good.
Maloja offers a wide selection of high-quality activewear and streetwear for both men and women. You can dress in their items from head to toe: from chamois underpants and a heart-printed sports bra to shock-absorbing bib shorts and breathable bike shirts.
Have you gotten curious about Maloja? Read more on their website.
If you’re a fan of sustainable clothing, you’ll love Biehler. They produce all their items in their own factory in Germany. Biehler offers high-quality cycling apparel for both men and women using the latest technology.
Anything you could ever need for your best bike ride, Biehler’s got you covered: base layers, jerseys, bib shorts, jackets, socks, you name it! The designs are classic and clean. Their technical jerseys for women are constructed to fit perfectly in a women-specific race position. You can shop from different collections, depending on your specific cycling needs.
To find out more about Biehler, check out their website.
What do you get when you combine women and bicycles? Exactly: ‘veloine’, the artificial term made up of ‘velo’ and ‘heroine’. Everything that is the fearless female cyclist. This Munich based brand creates high-performance cycling apparel for women, that is still fashionable. Their items stand out without being too loud.
Their summer jerseys are created with extra-light fabric to support you even in the hottest temperatures. Veloine’s jerseys also feature a comfortable, elastic bottom hem that helps to keep it in place. Their shorts and tights are specifically designed with the needs of women in mind, offering comfort and support.
Check out Veloine’s website to find out more.
Triple2 strives to bring you sustainable bike wear that is both functional and stylish. All of their items are 100% made in Europe. The brand was created in 2010 in Munich by Mathias Dreuw, who had experience as a test editor for cycling clothing and decided to design his own perfect bike wear. Why Triple2? The brand was named after Matthias’ favorite trail: trail 222 at Lake Garda.
The beauty of Triple2’s collection is that the clothes they produce, which are cycling clothes, are also suitable for leisure and work. Thanks to stylish designs and high-quality materials. Their bike clothing for women features a wide arrange of fun colors and patterns.
Read on about Triple2 on their website.
This trendy young brand was founded by two friends living in, you guessed it, Berlin. Feeling that the bicycle is the ultimate form of transportation in the city, they wanted to help make urban bikers feel safer in traffic, especially at night. Since they detest yellow safety vests, they looked for another way for cyclists to stand out in the dark.
So, the idea was to create stylish reflective accessories for better visibility in the dark. Reflective Berlin is responsible for the entire process: from conception to design to production. They offer cool reflective stickers in all kinds of shapes and sizes. Stickers for on your helmet, your bike, your backpack, your shoes, basically anything. Choose a trendy geometric pattern or go all out. Think Pacman, dinosaurs, unicorns, pineapples, you name it!
More on Reflective Berlin on their website.
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