Recycled Stretch Polyester, Hand Like Tough Cotton
DWR Finish for Water & Wind
Articulated Knees for Range of Motion
Reinforced Knee Panels & Cuffs
Heavy Duty External Belt Webbing and Hook Waist Adjustment
Snap Loops On Both Legs to Secure the Cuff When Rolled Up
Traditional 5 pocket with additional Zippered Leg Pocket
RideLight Reflective Accents & Cuffs
This pant is not padded, padded chamois shorts sold separately
Mid-Weight Polyester Double Woven Stretch Fabric
37% PET Recycled Polyester / 60% Polyester / 3% Spandex
M's Gold Rush Pant
Is there anything more fitting in the fall than technical riding work-wear? We think not, so we designed the perfect pant for the Ride and Everything After Built with rugged recycled post consumer poly yarns, the Gold Rush will cover you in all your outside and inside activities. We articulated the paneling for natural on the bike ease-of-movement, double paneled the knees for added abrasion resistance and developed a metal buckle belt system for waist adjustment. The fabric breathes, stretches and is durable enough to answer your biking needs while still looking perfectly at home off the ride. If your looking for a pant with as much personality as cask aged whiskey, the Gold Rush is for you.
We also want to shout out the surprisingly versatile Goldrush pant, a pair of action slacks that proved ideal for gravity riding and general wear.
The Gold Rush pants' fabric is heavier than what you'd typically find on a DH race pant, making them better suited for colder conditions, or maybe for a day of digging out on the trails.
Overall the Gold Rush Pant has a comfortable fit with a relaxed hip and thigh area and a straight leg. The pants could just be worn all day long if need be. They are tough, comfortable, and weather-resistant, all for a really good price. It’s tough at times to find such features in a gravity-specific pant for $100. With a warranty that extends for the life of the product covering any defects in material and craftsmanship, the Club Ride Gold Rush pant is a must for this fall season.
The Gold Rush pants have a relaxed fit with articulated knees that allow for great freedom of movement. They'll also look as good chopping wood as they do on the trail.
Very comfortable! I bought 3 pair, each in different colors but have only had one opportunity to get out wearing these. I honestly didn't feel anything. They are light, don't drag on my legs, and fit perfectly. I wouldn't even hesitate to wear these out. I highly recommend these and will wear them on every ride.
i love these pants. they do everything. light feeling but burly in construction. all day comfort but no worries plopping yer ass down on a big rock for a sit. the front panels aint showy, even in the lighter colors. so ya don't bike-dork out in a group. as a matter of fact, a few compliments were tossed my way from folks that have never had a saddle sore. you COULD sneak under the "business casual radar" in the darker colors. but i'd suggest just quit'n that joint and wear what ya want. these wont warm ya up any more than a pair of jeans in the spring/summer. but they WILL cut the wind in the cold weather. AWESOME. days that would be long johns under the jeans are SHRUGGED OFF by the gold rush pants. i live in minnesota and have commuted year round for close to 40 years. soooo wish i ran into these a long time ago!
I like the material but do not like the fit. I am 5’5” 167 lbs, so hard to fit in general. Size 34 waist the length is about 5” to long.
A bit older now , 63 but still active so wanted to get back into bike riding. A very passionate friend( Mt. Bike passion) helped me with the learning curve to get back to enjoying the ride. Got new bike, helmet etc. and riding with work boots and work clothes from the farm, nice but could be better. Not interested in the black tights so went the riding pants route. After a lot of input from fellow riders ( black tights riders) I searched for alternative and settled on these Club Ride pants. The purchase was very satisfying , size , breathablity ( big importance ) as work clothes build lots of sweat. I am that pleased , looking to purchase another pair the exact same kind. I am 6ft. 180 lbs., got M/32-33 the fit was right on to the tiniest bit small but not enough to alter the size on my next purchase. Still going to order a M/32-33. With nothing on underneath the pants perfect, with merino wool "leggings" tiny bit small but not enough to alter from the M/32-33.
MN Fall brings all kinds of weather. Rain, snow, freezing winds and they can change from the start of a ride to the finish. These pants have a loose enough cut and stretch that they’re always comfortable. The DWR is very effective against cold wind and moderate wet conditions. The pockets hold on to things and the thigh pocket holds my phone and I can access it if needed while riding.
Only down fall: I’m a 33 waist and truly in between the medium and large. I still wear the Lg but use a belt. I will buy another pair!