Numbness while riding, in any region of your body, is an issue that definitely should be and definitely can be addressed.
There are many causes for numbness while riding and in most instances the cause of numbness boils down to poor positioning on the bike and/or inferior equipment. The two most common regions for numbness are hands and pubic/ perineal region but we have also heard of cases of numbness in the shoulders or feet although these cases appear to be rare in comparison.
As a cycling clothing manufacturer, we spend a great deal of time thinking and debating about the safety features of our garments. Why do we think this is important? Because we are cyclists like you and we often have to share the road with motor vehicles. Approximately 85% of cyclists deaths are cause by motor vehicles; so we want to do whatever we can to make our customers safer.
A key part of Marcello Bergamo’s drive towards a sustainable future is circularity… basically we want to do our part to make sure that what we produce gets reused time after time after time to reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfill and reduce the impact on the planet caused by mining of the raw materials.
Cycling seems like a sustainable sport. After all the act of cycling itself doesn’t produce any emissions or clog up traffic, so it must be Green; mustn’t it..? Well, due to some great initiatives by some of the cycling industry media we are getting more information about the dirty underbelly of the cycling industry and it seems it may not be as Green as most of us think. But we believe there are things that we can all do to make our beautiful sport even Greener..
The right cold weather kit is actually one of the best investments that you can make. It can extend your season, protect you from the elements and significantly enhance your enjoyment of riding your bike.
Just because summer is over doesn’t mean you should stop cycling. Plenty of people continue riding all year round, and you can too if you know how to stay warm. Adding a few extra layers is usually all you need to keep cycling through the winter months.