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In 2011, we embarked on a mission to help people look better on their bikes. Without a lick of apparel experience between the two of us, we created the kind of clothes that we and our friends would want to wear. The kind of clothes that would seamlessly transition between life on and off the bike. Since that time, we’ve sold thousands of jerseys to thousands of customers representing more than 30 countries around the globe. We have loved seeing every picture you have sent in from the four corners of the Earth. And many of you have become our... Read More

Our dads, Eddie and Gerald pictured above, aren't big riders but without them, we'd never have gotten on a bike to begin with. After all, they were the ones running along side of us when we finally ditched the training wheels. They were the ones who picked us up, dusted us off, and told us to try it again. And they were the ones we proudly sent some of our first jerseys to when we started Road Holland.In honor of the upcoming Father’s Day holiday, we’d like to hear some of your favorite cycling adventures with your dad! It can... Read More

If you’re like a lot of cyclists out there, odds are you have a charity ride or Gran Fondo on the calendar this summer. You all want to look similar so you can easily spot everyone on the road right? But the choices are slim. There’s the custom team jersey route with its huge minimums. Then there’s the off the shelf jersey with its pleasing price tag but not so pleasing looks and performance. And good luck trying to find something the men and the women can agree on. Luckily, Road Holland comes to the rescue. If you’re looking to... Read More

Take the deep national pride felt on the Fourth of July. Now mix it with all the merriment that resounds through St. Patrick’s Day. What do you get?King’s Day, Holland’s biggest national holiday. The King's birthday is unlike any celebration in the world.Each year on April 27th, all the Netherlands glows orange in festivity. Vendors color the streets with citywide flea markets, selling their vintage treasures and second-hand wares. Meanwhile, merrymakers take to Amsterdam’s famous canals for an unforgettable boat parade.When it comes time to let your hair down, King’s Day has something for everyone. In 2015, Amsterdam’s 12 major... Read More

So much more than a bib number, more fascinating than any finish line.   We think cycling is more than just about racing and suffering. It is about opening up our world. It’s about rerouting ourselves. Over the last several weeks we have asked y'all to share your stories with us and hopefully inspire more people to get on their bikes and just go. The essays are in and our eyes are wonderfully bleary from reading such good stories. We’ve done the work of selecting the finalists - now it’s your turn to pick the winner. You can read all... Read More

This short essay sent in by Danielle St. Louis is the last of 5 finalists picked for Road Holland's Cycling Shorts Essay Contest. All finalists and the grand prize winner will receive some incredible cycling gear! Enjoy. If a relationship started out this rocky, it wouldn't make it to a first anniversary. Yet here I am, almost six years later, still in love. The first time I was on a bike as an adult was a seven mile ride to get gelato on a loaner hybrid. It had poured the night before, making the country roads something closer to quicksand, and... Read More

This short essay sent in by Sean Condon is the 4th of 5 finalists picked for Road Holland's Cycling Shorts Essay Contest. All finalists and the grand prize winner will receive some incredible cycling gear! Enjoy. In the data driven society we live in now a days, crunching numbers, whether they be distance, cadence, heart rate, elevation or wattage, is all the rage. Sometimes, though, cycling is just as much about time spent off the bike instead of on, as well as other aspects that can’t be measured by any concrete metric. There’s a quote by Tim Cahill that goes,... Read More

This short essay sent in by Iohan Gueorguiev is the 3rd of 5 finalists picked for Road Holland's Cycling Shorts Essay Contest. All finalists and the grand prize winner will receive some incredible cycling gear! Enjoy. “Best April fool’s ever,” I thought as rode onto the ice road from Tuktoyaktuk. On April first I flew from Toronto to The Yukon and hitchhiked with my bike for the last 1500 kilometers. There was no dipping of the wheels in the ocean, which is a good thing considering the road is on it for the first 40 kilometers and then another 380... Read More

This short essay sent in by David Sauer is the 2nd of 5 finalists picked for Road Holland's Cycling Shorts Essay Contest. All finalists and the grand prize winner will receive some incredible cycling gear! Enjoy. I met my host Angelo on a warm summer evening at his lovely home in Citta Sant'angelo, three hours east of Rome. A mutual friend had connected us, I extended my vacation, and was pleasantly surprised that he offered to ride the next day. We agreed to ride 100k and leave early due to the heat. We departed in early sunshine. The roads were... Read More

This short essay sent in by Stuart Hemphill is the 1st of 5 finalists picked for Road Holland's Cycling Shorts Essay Contest. All finalists and the grand prize winner will receive some incredible cycling gear! Enjoy. As a Peace Corps volunteer in Cambodia, I had many opportunities to cycle to see parts of the country that many tourists and cyclists don’t get to see. On one trip, I rode 320 km over three days to Mondulkiri, a mountainous province bordering Vietnam—one of the last remaining wild places in Cambodia. It was a surreal journey. On day one, I rode through... Read More
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