We all know looking good makes you more aero, but sharp cycling kit can cost as much as a semester in college. Weather extremes exacerbate the problem, necessitating layers of expensive Italian Lycra, wool, and thermal brushing. And if you expect to have any variety in your wardrobe, prepare to sell something else on eBay.

Kit Addiction feels the same way. As a commuter and weekend warrior, she wanted a little versatility in her wardrobe and got tired of constantly doing laundry to have clean kit. She began hunting for good kit at decent prices, searching everything from the Trexlertown sale to the Soho Rapha.

Hundreds of miles in a range of kits from gave her excellent perspective into how much quality you can get for decent prices. She got into customizing her kit, which she would never have the guts to do with kit bought direct from a boutique cycling clothing company. Even though she loves all her luxury kits, she sought kit that she wasn't afraid to embellish with iron-on patches and meme-based lapel pins. People seemed to like it, and so did her bank account.  Bike on a Budget was born.  


Emily Armon

& Alice Molina 

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