Plus Size Cycling Clothes for Women from Machines for Freedom

Plus Size Cycling Clothes for Women from Machines for Freedom

Machines for Freedom (Machines ) recently launched a new line of plus size cycling clothes for women. New fits in XXL and XXXL! The company expressed how excited they are to finally introduce plus size cycling jerseys and bibs to the Machines line.

Machines for Freedom plus size cycling clothes for women
Machines for Freedom new line of plus size cycling clothes for women now fits in XXL and XXXL

A lot of people ask: What makes Machines different from other cycling apparel brands? What makes it so special? Their answer is in the fit.

There is power in a perfect fit. You work a little harder, show up a little stronger, shine a little brighter. And isn’t that what getting out and riding is all about? Since day one, Machine has prioritized making women feel confident in their gear. We believe that by making the very best, you’ll wear it and feel your very best.

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Not only does Machines offer their clothing in XXL and XXXL, they also offer their cycling bibs in standard and tall sizes.

Machines is beyond thrilled to celebrate more bodies in the cycling, gravel cycling and mountain bike communities and offer a more inclusive range. Starting now, their jerseys, bibs, and future releases will be available to XXX-Large. Look for outerwear dropping this fall!

Check out the full line of Machines cycling apparel in all sizes at Machines clothing is also available at Competitive Cyclist and

About Machines For Freedom

Machines creates high-performance cycling apparel for women who put in serious miles. (Or not-so-serious ones!) Each piece is designed thoughtfully by women who ride. Inspired by the intersection of athleticism and femininity, we strive for a balance between technical performance and streamlined, flattering shapes.

Machines gear feels like nothing you’ve tried before because it’s designed to boost your confidence. How you feel in this kit isn’t an afterthought; it’s the whole point.

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