Bread Winner Cycles is made by Tony Pereira and Ira Ryan.
The two real cyclists and builders from Portland, who were also riders on Rapha's Continental Ride, created the Continental Bike, and the two teamed up to create the Bread Winner Cycle.
Frames made by making the best use of each other's long experience as builders are based on manufacturing that allows you to ride for a longer distance and for a longer period of time, as well as riding on a daily basis, while valuing FORM & FUNCTION.
The BWC jersey is a simple logo jersey made from merino wool and polyester, with a base body of the Portland-based ANTHM Collective SALTZMAN Jersey.
ANTHM Collective is a brand born from a community of Portland-based cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts. By doing the sewing in Portland, Oregon instead of in an overseas factory, they can keep track of the whole process, and if something goes wrong, they can rush by bike instead of by plane. I'm saying
The 60% polyester and 40% New Zealand merino wool fabric is blended with more wool on the skin side and more polyester on the outside. Therefore, it is possible to make full use of the characteristics of each fabric, such as moisture absorption and quick drying and heat retention.
Also, the fit is not as tight as the lace fit and is a bit looser. Therefore, you can relax in situations like riding a bike for 7 hours a day, and the deodorant and antibacterial properties of merino wool keep you comfortable when riding for multiple days.
S-Chest circumference: 84cm ~ 91cm / Rear length: 56cm ~ 61cm
M-Chest circumference: 90cm ~ 99cm / Rear length: 60cm ~ 68cm
L-Chest circumference: 99cm ~ 109cm / Back length: 67cm ~ 74cm