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.
I got these for long distance shooting at the range and in comps. I’ve tried them on a few times and they fit great! Unfortunately I ordered mine right as it’s getting hot here in CO and these seem like a cooler weather pant. Stoked to wear them in the Fall. Great material and stretch!
These pants were great for casual use as well as bike commuting. They do not have padding in them, so they really don’t feel like bike pants. They are very thick material and so not great for summer but great for cold spring and fall days biking. I really liked the knee pads and how open and comfy the crotch was, yet I did not like the ankle snaps or how baggy the legs were. I found myself rolling up the legs on my own. Overall, I really liked these for casual and bike commuting the most.
Great fit , plenty of room for knee pads
Durable & well Made.
Such good pants I had to order twice. My first pair fit so well and functioned perfectly both on the bike and off. The selection of a thick but very stretchable material made for the best pants I’ve ever owned. I usually am a 32x30 fit and the medium works well but is a little long. Otherwise these are a recommended buy
Club Ride is turning into my go-to choice for leisure wear .. I have 3 pair of Joe Dirt shorts and one pair of Fuse shorts that I wear all the time, whether biking, winning, walking, or just hanging out. The fabric and stretch make them so dang comfy! The Fuse are great when biking, and will be my travel shorts because they pack so light. I’ve been wanting to try some Club Ride long pants, but I was afraid the fit was too “club” or tight, and legs too short. But I decided to try the GOLD RUSH pants after seeing them advertised as “comfort” and they fit me perfect! The material weight is LESS than the Joe Dirt shorts, but maybe a bit more than the fuse. Anyway, I like their weight, it’s not too heavy and not too light. The pant length is just barely long enough for me. The waist adjustment is different than the shorts, which have a hidden Velcro’s adjuster. The pants have a metal hook adjuster, which works OK, but I think I like the adjuster on the shorts a little better. Overall a great pair of comfort/action pants, and I really like the desert khaki color - it’s like a very light green/tan.