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Is wearing a cycling jersey better than wearing a T-shirt?

posted Jan 10, 2011, 12:58 PM by Michael Gardner   [ updated Jan 24, 2011, 8:38 AM ]

Yes, jerseys have multiple benefits. A jersey’s moisture wicking materials remove the moisture (sweat) from your skin, keeping you dry and much more comfortable. A jersey also fits tighter than a T-shirt so it does not flap while you are cycling. Jerseys have rear pockets, which makes reaching for items like food, a cell phone, or other riding essentials very convenient. Zippered fronts on jerseys allow for more ventilation on a hot day. Bright colors are highly recommended, as you are more visible to other road users.



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