Hey Cyclists Who RV! Get Your Gear Here!

UPDATED 11/26/19: The team store has closed and the jerseys are no longer available!!! We plan to re-open it in early 2020, so go subscribe to our weekly newsletter (via box on FitRV homepage) so you’ll be alerted when the jerseys are once again available!


As part of our efforts to build a strong network of cycling RVers, we’re beyond excited to be partnering with Borah Teamwear and offering up these custom designed (and freaking awesome) cycling clothes just for us cycling RV nerds!!!

In the video below, we share the cycling gear AND we go over a little about the fit of the jerseys and shorts, plus I model both the road jersey options to hopefully help you make some purchase decisions.

NOTE!!! We have mountain bike jerseys in the store too! We just didn’t have the mountain bike jersey design finished when we made the video. Click on the store link above to see it, it’s super cool looking. Maybe wearing it will even improve my comically pathetic mountain biking skills. Hey, a girl can dream.


Don’t stress too much about ordering the right size clothes, because get this: Borah does totally free size exchanges. On custom gear! That’s a rare and wonderful thing.

Doubly cool: Borah makes all their stuff in-house, right in Coon Valley Wisconsin. I get warm fuzzies about that since I grew up nearby and went to college in La Crosse which is just up the road from them! Made in USA is cool and all, but Made in Wisconsin adds an extra layer of cool, at least for this Midwest born and raised gal.


We love you too (mom)! And guess what. We have gear for you non-cyclists! Show your FitRV love by rocking one of these limited edition FitRV pullovers, no bikes required to wear this bad boy. You’ll totally make our day.



We’re only keeping the store open for 3 weeks, so don’t wait! While we will most likely open the store again eventually, right now they’re at an even MORE discounted price, so don’t miss out on the lower price.

This is the men’s road cycling kit. It’s just so cool, isn’t it!?


So yep, y’all go watch the video, and then go check out the store.

It would mean the world to us if you show your “Cyclists Who RV” pride and wear these wherever you’re riding it up around North America! Even better, wear these while you’re riding it up with us! We’ll be at Skinny Tire Festival in Moab in March 2020 (camp with us at Portal RV Resort), and we’ll be at Sea Otter Classic in April 2020 (snag a premier campsite right next to us)!

Don’t forget to join our “Cyclists Who RV” Facebook group. Leave your comments and feedback below!


Stef (and James!)


Stef spent 15 years as an educator in both the public K-12 setting and at the University level in Special Physical Education before making the leap to her true passion… the fitness world. She’s currently a personal trainer and wellness coach with a specialty in working with people with medical conditions and injuries. Stef has been a running enthusiast her entire adult life, and shares James’ love of cycling. She feels lucky they have a shared hobby in bicycling that enhances their RV lifestyle.

    6 thoughts on “Hey Cyclists Who RV! Get Your Gear Here!

    1. Kyle

      Awesome! Any clue how the mtb jerseys fit? I tend to be between two sizes, L and XL, wondering if you have any suggestions.

      1. Stefany - Post author

        Glad you like! I reached out to Borah and asked, and they said the best thing to do is go off their sizing charts. And they also reminded me that even if we get our sizes wrong, they’ll happily replace with another size!

    2. James

      I know I’m going to get the bibs and not shorts, but I’m curious. Do women wear bibs? I mean, I saw them in the store, but I don’t know if they’ve managed to make them any more “convenient” for ladies.

      1. Stefany - Post author

        I find bibs way more comfy, and I love how they cover my stomach more when my jerseys ride up BUT! … they’re a total pain on pit stops. I am ordering a pair of these bibs AND the shorts so jury’s still out which I’ll wear more!


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