Cycling tops have always been popular on the Mod scene, but brands and ranges tend to come and go. Here are 10 of our favourite cycling tops, covering both the functional and fashion end of the market.
I might have to update my top 10 cycling tops and shirts for Mods feature to include these 1960s half-zip cycling tops by Fred Perry.
A Mod retailer that’s always worth checking out. But more so now as Adam of London has new stock and a discount code.
Yes, you can still pick up a tennis bomber, but the Fred Perry Reissues matchday bomber jacket is a new twist on the theme.
The Anglozine autumn/winter range is now available and judging by the success of the past range, is likely to be very popular.
The lockdown has been hard for retailers, but Brighton’s Jump The Gun has made the most of it, carrying out a store makeover.
I have featured this label under its former name, but not the new 1960s-style polo shirts by Far Afield, which are now discounted.
The label is incredibly popular on the site, so it’s probably a good idea to flag up the newly-launched Merino wool casual track tops by Magliamo.