This weekend marked my return to non-commute riding. It’s been a crazy couple of months, and riding has not figured into the equation. I managed to break that pattern over the weekend with two great rides totaling about 65 miles. Aside from being good for my soul, the rides also allowed me to try out the Icebreaker Mens Circuit Bib. This is a bib made from 84% Merino, 14% Nylon, and 2% Spandex. The Icebreaker site labels the bib as good for weather ranging between cold and warm. The overcast morning made for cool temperatures at the outset, with the thermometer rising rapidly as the sun began to peek through the fog. The bib was indeed perfect for both cool and warm, and I found myself very comfortable throughout the changing temperatures. More importantly, I was anxious about how my posterior would feel after several hours in the saddle. I am happy to report that this morning I hopped on my bike for my commute to work and everything felt fine. It is great to be able to ride 40 plus miles, and not feel sore. The chamois on the bibs is remarkable. There is little information about it, only that it is Italian made. The Italians have gotten it right. I was not sore at all after 3 hours in the saddle. Usually, at that mark, I start wishing I was home. Not yesterday. I was super comfortable all day long. Comfort aside, the bibs are also very good looking. They are not shiny, rather a muted black. This sets the bibs apart from most others being made today. There is very minimal company branding, another big bonus. The quality, fit and finish of the Circuit Bibs is very impressive. I am looking forward to wearing them on my next rides. Comfort on the bike is paramount, and Icebreaker has done an excellent job supplying that comfort in the Circuit Bib.