James Billing, Scody’s Account Manager sent me a sample kit to try out in the Adelaide Hills. In discussions with James about the sizing, he recommended the Medium where I was pushing for a large.  James call was spot on.The Bib Shorts are a good firm fit, the bands a double fabric with a firm but not tight grip.  The jersey was a slick race fit cut, firm, with a wide elasticised band around the hem. I felt that the jersey was a tad on the short size for me, but I think I have a slightly longer torso and short legs (to match the short arms).



And the below is their ?more classic fit jersey, of the quality you’d see with their Peaks Challenge jersey. (Did I ever mention I’ve completed that twice?)


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Feedback from a local amateur cyclinG club in the Hills – “James was brilliant to deal with – very patient and accommodating. The end outcome has been very positive”. I’ve seen this kit and it looks superb.


We do focus on our’invisible’ differences.
We do ensure that our fabrics have permanent beathability and moisture wicking. Along with a silver treatment to keep the fabrics fresh beyond one or 2 washes.
Many companies to have an antimicrobial treatment on their fabric however the treatment is often destroyed during the sublimation process​.
Our basic Cool Max Fresh FX fabric is not the cheapest out there however the additional treatments that are supported by the trademark etc that is Fresh FX we believe does add value to the garments for our clients.
Not particularly ‘exciting’ information, valuable to those that care about the life of the garments they buy though.
Sam Betten (AUS), October 31, 2014 – TRIATHLON / SPORT / SCODY : SCODY Commercial Range, Beach, Noosa, Queensland, Australia. Credit: Lucas Wroe


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James Billing – Account Manager

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