Café du Cycliste opens London flagship store

Café du Cycliste has just opened the doors to its London flagship store on 32 Artillery Lane, E1.

It is the label’s first ever store outside its home city Nice on the Côte d’Azur.

The brand, co-founded by champion kayaker Remi Clermont who designs the collections combines influences from France’s rich cycling history (expect to see a ubiquitous stripe coming through here and there), combined with a more unexpected outdoors aesthetic that you would be more accustom to seeing in the countryside or on a mountain – with quilted plackets and tri-colour brushed merino fleeces.

There is a city riding collection perfect for winter that offers transitional clothing (ie. Not skin tight lycra) that will work both on and off the bike – ideal for cycling commuters.

Since launching in 2009 Café du Cycliste has established itself as one of a very few specialist cycling brands able to effortlessly combine both high style and serious performance.

The wide-ranging collections, for both men and women, combine cutting-edge technical fabrics, performance features and modern Gallic flair.

Always inspired by the routes and roads of the Alpes-Maritimes, modern silhouettes and imaginative detailing underpin the clothing brand’s signature style.

Positioned at the forefront of the ‘new wave’ of contemporary cycling brands, Café du Cycliste has enjoyed rapid growth worldwide. The strength of the brand in the UK made London the natural choice for the next stage of their expansion.

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