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Do we need indoor cycling clothing or is it just a gimmick?

In the past few years, indoor cycling has been transformed — from a means to an end that was only mildly more preferable to watching paint dry, to an entertaining form of exercise and a racing genre in its own right.

Like any emerging trend, this has resulted in an explosion of products available to enhance the experience — including an influx of indoor cycling-specific clothing.

The most recent brand to join the party was Rapha, with a sleeveless technical

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