Men’s Bicycle Commuter Urban Pedal Pushers Review

Commute to work in the stylish Men’s Bicycle Commuter Pedal Pusher Knickers. Comfortable and lightweight, these Aero Tech Designs (ATD) shorts are perfect for commuting cyclists and active individuals. With a relaxed fit, the lightweight fabric allows great flexibility and comfort for all activities and the six-pocket design is great for stashing your U-Lock key, some nutrition bars, your smartphone, and anything else that you carry with you on the bike, down the trail, or in the gym.

Mens Bicycle Commuter Pedal Pusher Knicker

What is good about these Men’s Urban Pedal Pushers Cycling Knickers

Great fabric – has a relaxed fit and the lightweight fabric allows great flexibility and comfort for all activities. The soft stretchable nylon/spandex fabric dries quickly in case you find yourself caught in the rain during a bike ride or knee-deep in a mountain stream during a hike. Note that this is a non padded cycling apparel item.

Plenty of pockets – the six-pocket design is great for stashing your U-Lock key, some nutrition bars, your Smartphone, and anything else that you carry with you on the ride to work, down the bike trail, or in the gym. Four of the pockets feature zipper closures.

Adjustable belt – the waistband features an adjustable belt for a secure fit and the rear belt loop includes an additional loop for attaching a beacon bike light.

Leg drawstring – you do not need to worry about catching your pant leg in your bike with these knickers as each leg opening has an adjustable drawstring to keep the hems free from all of your bike’s greasy, moving parts.

Ride safety – reflective tabs on the legs enhance visibility during early morning commutes and late-night group rides.


Men’s Bicycle Commuter Pedal Pusher Knickers Features

  • Mens Cycling Commuter Pedal Pusher CaprisWoven stretch fabric is rugged nylon Lycraspandex
  • 6 pockets (4 with zipper closures)
  • Adjustable leg openings and belt, reflective tabs and beacon light attachment, and unpadded design for multi-sport use
  • Soft, comfortable, and stretchable fabric offers flexibility and allows freedom of movement during all activities (88% Nylon/12% Spandex)
  • Button Waist with elastic side panels
  • Soft and very stretchable
  • Stretchy woven material moves with cycling
  • Multi sport design without padded liner
  • Polyester/lycra fabric is durable
  • Lightweight and dries quickly
  • Leg synch to keep the pant leg out of the way
  • Zippered pockets to keep your things in place
  • Reflective elements for improved visibility while pedaling
  • Belt to keep the knicker in place as you ride
  • Loose fitting and really comfy
  • Inseam is about 17 inches
  • Colors of black,navy or charcoal


What customers say about these ATD Commuter Cycling Capri

There were plenty of positive reviews for these knickers. Most reviewers felt these knickers were of a good quality for casual riding and commuting. They also liked the they look.

One reviewer felt they are perfect for travel because they are lightweight and do not wrinkle. Another cyclist thought they were a good pair of cycling pants for his recumbent.

Reviewers appreciated the pockets, especially the zippered ones.

Most reviewers said they have good water resistance. Many reviewers said they are not made out of the best fabric but it is tough material and they do work and fit great.

Click here to see our other men’s cycling knickers. These Men’s Bicycle Commuter Pedal Pusher Knickers are comfortable, lightweight and stylish.


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3 comments for “Men’s Bicycle Commuter Urban Pedal Pushers Review

  1. Asher Taylor
    June 22, 2018 at 1:23 pm

    Roomy! Stretchy! Full of Pockets! —-The TL;DR Version:—-4.6/5; Highly Recommended for Bike Commuters, Randonneurs, and Bike TouristsFit: 4Length: 5 (corrected!)Rise: 4Construction: 5Fabric: 5POCKETS!!!!!: 5Pros:PocketsGreat for LayeringSuper Stretchy!Cons:Not so sure about those togglesCould stand to be just a tad (ie, 5cm/2″) longerNot Yet Assessed:Performance in Cold/Windy ConditionsPerformance on Rides >24k/15miWashability/Dry TimeNeutral:Sizing is definitely “American civilian sizing,” rather than “roadie sizing,” so keep that in mind when you order.—-The TL;RA (Too Long, Read Anyway) Version—-I like the design of these capris — the array of zipped and slash pockets is excellent.The fabric is unique and very stretchy. I wasn’t sure when I first felt it; the hand is kind of strange — but then I put the…

  2. Josh
    June 22, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    Still good but a defect in latest order. July 2015 update: I have these in both black and grey and I still like them. I wear them almost every day to commute to work so about 20 miles 5 days a week at least. They are still holding up but have gotten a little thin feeling in certain areas. So I ordered a new pair and noticed the zipper and button is reversed? They say mens right on the tag so I’m not sure what happened here. Possibly a manufacturer defect? Kind of bizarre and awkward but I’ll probably still wear them. If it happens again though I would return them.These were exactly what I was hoping for. Light-weight, comfortable, dries quickly, good fit, and useful pockets. Best of all is there are reasonably priced compared to other brandLs that can cost $100 or more. My waist size is 34-36 depending on the type and brand of pants. I ordered size large and they are just slightly loose on me but I think that works out well since I wanted them to be comfortable. I will definitely be ordered more of these.

  3. B. Phillips
    June 22, 2018 at 2:06 pm

    Good pants for casual riding These knickers seem to be of good quality for casual riding and commuting but I’m not sure how long they will last. The material isn’t very thick, so I’m not expecting years and years of saddle time out of them. And I’m sure they wouldn’t last very long on hard core mountain bike adventures when zipping through wooded areas where branches and brush may grab and whip at you. So if your a single track rider as well as commuter leave these up to your commuting needs and purchase something specifically made for Mountain bike duty.Some of the other reviews state that they run big, so I purchased a size medium. At 6’1″ and 195 LBS, and typically wearing a size 34 in jeans, they fit good around the waist but I would have liked them to be just a little looser in the hips and crotch, especially while wearing a chamois underneath.The only real con I have and one I didn’t see mentioned in any other review is that the fly is on the right side and button is on the left. Totally…

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