Clear The Path Launched in October, this online store sells cycling outfits that it describes as “sleek and elegant,” designing them for casual commuters as well as professional cyclists. “Our mission is to provide cyclists with a quick drying look that can go from bike to boardroom,” founder Amanda Yang said via email. “All of our clothing is tested around the world but designed and handmade in Chicago.” The site is selling three outfits for female riders: the Mandy Middy cycling jersey (pictured, $80), the Peplum Middleton cycling jersey ($65) and the Little Black cycling kit ($69). Ms. Yang says Clear the Path is preparing to add menswear to the site, and it also offers custom womenswear.
Nicole Yeary's insight:
Yes: "Bike to Boardroom!"
"Even in my heels?"
We're retty sure! We met Amanda after she wrapped upt a communte and on-stage entrepreneurs unplugged presentation IN heels!
Ms. Yang's solutions include the a-typical #sleek & #elegant finish that other cycling garb skips.
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