Tonik Cycling Jersey Review and Giveaway

UPDATE: This giveaway is now over and the Winner is Brie!

Mary Dettrich & Lisa McDermott, Founders of Tonik Cycling, began as friends from Whidbey Island, Washington, who loved to cycle. Before their first century ride, they tried to buy a cycling jersey. They either laughed until their sides ached or wouldn’t come out of the dressing room. Why should this be so difficult? That was the beginning of an idea that launched Tonik.

They wanted cycle clothing that functioned on a long ride but wouldn't make you feel silly if you had to walk into a coffee shop. Most importantly, they want women to ride! Their goal is to make women feel great when they ride, SO THEY RIDE. They have created sharp, sporty jerseys that actually fit real women’s bodies – no need to be an iron woman. They have spent countless hours trying to get their jerseys to fit and make you look awesome so women can all experience the joy of cycling, with confidence.

Recently I had the opportunity to try a Tonik Jersey for myself---I love the soft feel and how they move with you. Not only does it fit, but it also flatters your figure, or at least I think so! It is a very comfortable jersey!  

I love the pouches on the back where I can take a water bottle along with me while I ride or I can put my identification or money in the zipper pouch.

For more information on the Tonik Cycling Jersey, visit their website tonikcycling.com or "like" their Facebook Page to keep up with what's new at Tonik Cycling like the latest colors and sizes for the new Tonik Jerseys.

Giveaway: One lucky Swappin' Spoons Reader will receive one Tonik Cycling Jersey (available in select sizes). 

To enter this giveaway, just leave a comment below telling me when you first started riding a bicycle (or cycle) ... make sure to INCLUDE your email address. I will end this giveaway on Friday, May 9th, 2014 at 5PM (EST).

I will give you additional entries for each of the following:

Follow Swappin' Spoons on Facebook (leave a comment stating that you did so)

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Disclosure: I was given product for this review. Read my disclosure policy here.

1 comment:

  1. I believe I started riding a bicycle when I was pretty young, probably around 5 years old. Now I do tandem biking with my fiance when we have free time. :)

    My email is brieforee@gmail.com

    I follow you on Facebook as Brie Foree and on twitter @brieforee :)