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    Club Ride Jack Flannel shirt

    Not just another plaid shirt, the Jack Flannel ($90) was built for mountain biking, with wicking, quick-drying fabric, a zippered media pocket, reflective accents, and snap buttons that are easy to open up when things get warm on the trail. But we like it because it doubles as barwear.

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    POC Trabec Race helmet

    MIPS technology is revolutionizing helmets. Upon impact, a small pin breaks, releasing the inner shell to cradle your noggin' from potential harm. The MIPS in POC's Trabec ($180) Race mountain-bike helmet is one reason to love it. The other reasons: 16 huge vents for airflow, an oversize visor to block sun and rain, and a stylish design available in a handful of colors.

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    Crank Brothers Multi-19 multitool

    There are fancier multitools out there, but the 19 ($33), which has just about everything you need to keep your mountain bike rolling down the trail, including a stainless-steel chain breaker and tools that work with most disc brakes, remains our favorite.

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    Upright Cyclist Damen jacket

    Thanks to the PrimaLoft One insulation quilted into its water-repellent nylon shell, the Damen ($250) is toasty enough for the coldest bike commute and spiffy enough for a bite to eat or happy-hour drink on the way home.

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    Twin Six Standard jersey

    Made from soft, breathable polyester microfiber, with a full zip and a generous performance cut, the Standard ($110) is available in black, white, and gray. Bonus: matching tall socks ($12).

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