Two for Tuesday: Mavic and Silca

Mavic Sean Kelly jersey. With 193 pro wins to his name, including multiple stops atop the podium at Paris–Roubaix, Liège–Bastogne–Liège and Milan–San Remo, and seven wins in Paris-Nice, Sean Kelly dominated professional cycling in the 1980s. Mavic saw fit to dedicate a limited-edition jersey to this “héro du cyclisme” that is as understatedly stylish and versatile as the man himself. Made from a high-performance Merino wool blend, this forest green jersey is lightweight and naturally cool. Despite the retro material, this jersey is all about performance. It has a modern, close fit that breathes well in the summer and insulate against the cold in the heat. And front and back reflective highlights add another modern touch. Mavic includes other details like Kelly’s name embroidered on the sleeve, as well as a serial number inside the collar. Complete the look with the matching socks and cap. $150; mavic.com

Silca Maratona Minimo. Show up to the race oozing timeless style with Silca’s Maratona Minimo bag. Designed to be a smaller counterpart to the popular Maratona, the Minimo is a highly structured travel bag with adjustable internal dividers that keep all your race-day gear organized. Removing the Velcro dividers reveals a little more space and a bag perfect for a weekend getaway—with or without your bike. A water-resistant, TPU-coated 600D construction with waterproof zippers ensures your stuff stays safe and your bag stays in good condition for years to come. As a bonus, Silca includes a roll-top shoe and vented garment bag to keep your gear fresh when your post-race kit is anything but. It fits under the seat of a plane too, so you’re guaranteed to show up at your destination with all you need to ride, even when your checked bag takes a detour in Atlanta. $175; silca.cc