Urban cyclist fashion is becoming a growing category within the industry thanks to New York designer Pyer Moss and cognac brand Hennessy. Dubbed 'MMT 140,' the latest collection by the contemporary designer boasts road-ready garments — from elastic joggers and boxy t-shirts to cycling caps and nylon jackets. The collaboration openly pays tribute to Marshall "Major" Taylor who, in 1899, became the first African American to win a World Championship.
The silhouettes in the limited edition urban cyclist fashion collection include durable and stretchy materials, as well as loose cuts for optimal comfort. The nylon structures of the garments also provide some protection against the weather, for they are wind-proof and water-resistant.
A percentage of the proceeds from the cyclist fashion collection will go toward supporting the National Brotherhood of Cyclists.