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Albion All Road Lightweight Short Sleeve Jersey review: The best out there, but it does have a flaw

Sarah Gigante (Movistar) on her way to stage and overall victory on stage 3 of the Bright Brewery Tour of Bright

I’ve been trying a huge variety of jerseys lately in order to put together my guide to the best cycling jerseys on the market, and it’s always telling what I reach for to wear when riding when I am not actually testing. If it’s short sleeve weather and not horrifically hot I almost always find myself throwing the Albion All Road jersey on, and that’s why I rate it as the best overall. It’s not perfect, but it hits this goldilocks zone that I think all great products do whereby it does most things really well.

Given the all-road moniker I’ve tried it for both road and gravel riding, but to be honest beyond a few extra pockets I don’t think there’s a great degree of difference between ‘normal’ and ‘gravel’ jerseys, and I just wear road gear all the time anyway. Regardless, it’s seen some extended dirty action too, and a fair few wash cycles.

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