Cycling Shoes & Gear

adidas cycling gear has something to offer all cyclists, whether you're going for your PB in a sportive or you're enjoying a peaceful Sunday cycle. Our cycling wear is built with your comfort in mind and is stamped with effortless adidas style.

adidas Road Cycling Gear

Die-hard cyclists know that when it comes to equipment, trust and confidence go hand-in-hand with performance. You need 100% reliability from your tires and frame, the brake pads you stop in, the saddle you straddle and the bib shorts you wear all day.

adidas cycling gear is technical, comfortable and stylish whether you race category 1 or 4, ride gran fondo, seek thrills or fitness over the weekend. With over six decades of insights from the peloton, we’ve developed the very best cycling clothing for men and women, including cycling jerseys, cycling bottoms, cycling socks, bike gloves, cycling glasses, women’s cycling shorts and women’s cycling jerseys.

Partners in cycling

We live cycling. We breathe cycling. Over the past six decades we have developed cycling clothing with celebrated professional riders including Eddy Merckx, Sir Chris Hoy, Victoria Pendelton, Laura Kenny, and teams like Team Telekom, Team Sky, and national and federations like British Cycling and Team GB. To whom we are eternally grateful.

Huge thanks go to our grassroots partners too, including The 5th Floor in London and New York, 8Bar from Berlin, and the professional Ghost Factory Racing Team. Thanks also go to many unsung heroes from the peloton, who were instrumental in the creation, testing and competitive use of many products. Thank you, you know who you are.

Cycling Shoes & Gear Frequently Asked Questions

For cycling, you need form-fitting gear that won’t chafe, ride up or get caught in motion. Bib shorts are popular with cyclists. Or try a cycling top, jacket and shorts, or mix a tee, sports bra, hoodie and workout tights. The best shoes depend on the kind of cycling you want to do, but in general look for shoes with a stiff sole. Cycling gloves will help you keep a firm grip on the handlebars. A helmet and sunglasses keep you moving with confidence while maintaining a level of safety. Don't forget a water bottle to stay hydrated.
Beginners looking for cycling gear should aim for form-fitting clothes made for biking, with sweat-wicking fabric and ventilation to keep you dry and comfortable. Cycling jackets often have pockets on the back to keep small items out of your way. Cycling tights, cycling shorts or bib shorts that are fitted are less likely to get caught in a wheel. A cycling jersey, tank top or cropped tee can help facilitate airflow. A sports bra with medium to high support is also well suited to cycling.