3 Feet Jersey1 of 13
It's not a bad idea to have your jersey serve as a reminder of the bike law that's spreading across the country. Then, after drivers obey it, they can look in their rear-view mirror and see how nice you are. (As seen on ShareTheDamnRoad.com)
Tuxedo Jersey2 of 13
Combine class with comfort and make sure you are, without question, the most handsome cyclist on the road. (As seen on Amazon)
Wisconsin-Platteville Jersey3 of 13
USA Collegiate Cycling had a King of Style contest and got this entry from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Our dare: Find another cycling jersey with a six-shooter tucked into your back pocket. No word on if the team's helmets are of the 10-gallon variety.
I Pass Gas Jersey4 of 13
Cyclists are often happy that they are slowing down the consumption of fossil fuels by riding their bike. Now, you have a classy way to show your pride. (As seen on PodiumCycling.com)
Crash Test Dummy Jersey5 of 13
Though the humor behind this jersey is a little morbid, the jersey itself is actually effective at preventing accidents because the bright colors make cyclists noticeable to anyone driving by. So, this crash-test-dummy jersey actually prevents crashes? Now we're confused. (As seen on Amazon)
Don't Run Me Over Jersey6 of 13
There must be something comforting about knowing that your bike jersey is reminding drivers to not hurt you. It comes complete with a common courtesy on the front that drivers can see in their rear-view mirror after safely passing you. (As seen on ShareTheDamnRoad.com)
We Can Do It! Jersey7 of 13
One of America's icons, Rosie the Riveter, can now come with you to encourage yourself (and the peloton) to keep going strong. (As seen on Amazon)
Spiderman Jersey8 of 13
For time trial and cyclocross racers, this skinsuit transforms you into a superhero on the bike. Plus, if you're doing a race a few hours before a Halloween party, you won't even need to change. (As seen on PodiumCycling.com)
Team Super Awesome Jersey9 of 13
Team Super Awesome, an awesome bike racing team based in Austin, Texas, has this cycling kit filled with rainbow-colored plaid, hearts and unicorns (as seen here, worn by pro mountain biker Sonya Looney). The catch? The men on the team proudly wear them too. Super. Awesome.
Green Eggs and Ham Jersey10 of 13
Not only is it bright orange to make you more visible, but c'mon, it's Dr. Seuss. This book is one of the most popular children's book of all time. Especially appealing if your name is Sam, or if you like green eggs and ham. (As seen on Amazon).
If It Ain't Fixed Jersey11 of 13
For the fixed-gear cyclists—a reminder that your primitive approach to the bike is as good as it gets. (As seen on PodiumCycling.com)
The Pee Wee Herman Jersey12 of 13
"That's my name, don't wear it out!" If you were a child of the '80s, Pee Wee's tuxedo probably brings back memories. Now you can make it your identity. (As seen on PodiumCycling.com).