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MAAP Pro Bib 2.0 review: Worth every penny

MAAP Pro Bib 2.0 review: Worth every penny

Our list of the best cycling shorts has more than a dozen different bib short options. It has more options than most of our buyer’s guides but it would be easy to continue listing more. There are so many options out there and many of them are incredible to wear. It’s a struggle to narrow down the list to the best but the flip side of that is it’s easy to always have something new to assess. 

Tech Specs: MAAP Pro Bib 2.0

Price: £235 / $355 / €290

Weight: 216g size small

Colour Options: Black, Shiitake, Navy

Main Fabric Content: 71% Polyamide / 29% Lycra

As I was getting ready for a big ride up through Central California, to test the FSA K-Force WE groupset, I tested a lot of different clothing options. I had a small selection of the bib shorts I knew I could count on for a couple of twelve-hour back-to-back days in the saddle. Then, right before I had to leave, the MAAP Pro Bib 2.0 landed on my doorstep. Now that I’ve had a chance to use them on a number of rides, including one fourteen-hour day, I’m ready to talk about them. If you are curious to know all the details about one of the more expensive bib short options on the market, keep reading.

MAAP Pro Bib 2.0 rear view

Every small design detail in the MAAP Pro Bib 2.0  (Image credit: Josh Ross)

Design and aesthetics 

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