Santini's Tono range built for indoor cycling

Santini Tono Chromosome women's jersey (Image credit: Santini SMS)

With cyclists across Europe confined to heavy riding restrictions in the past month due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and most stuck indoors due to various governmental decrees, it's no surprise that there's been a boom in turbo trainers, trainer apps and the relatively novel concept of indoor-specific clothing.

Santini SMS, who have in recent weeks made the news for manufacturing face masks to send out to hospitals in northern Italy, have a number of clothing options for those having to do their riding inside at the moment.

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