Mountain biker drives down a slope and wears blue arm sleeves


Compression Sleeves for Cycling

Recovering faster, performing better

Fluid pedalling, perfect recovery

When you’re stroking the pedals powerfully, you surely need an optimal recovery to perform best after long races and training sessions. One part of this regeneration process is wearing compression gear like the Bauerfeind Sports Compression Sleeves Lower Leg and Arm. Their medical-grade compression for the calves and the arms improves the venous return and aids the removal of muscular waste products like lactate. You prevent sore muscles and get back in the saddle faster.

Compression Sleeves for Cycling: your Benefits

Durable Premium Compression Sleeves from Bauerfeind Sports

  • Compression Sleeves for the calves

Proven increase in power through medical-grade compression that decreases from ankle to knee.

  • Ideal for the use in cycling

Perfect fit thanks to extra-wide edging band. Airy-light compression knit fabric improves the wicking of sweat and prevents heat build-up.

Your Benefits of Cycling with Compression Sleeves for the Arms

Arm sleeves for cycling from Bauerfeind Sports

  • Compression Sleeves for the Arms

With their medical-grade yet pleasant compression the arm sleeves provide you with additional stability and safety on the bike.

  • Perfect for the long ride

Little shocks and vibrations demand everything from your arms during an hours-long ride.

  • Great wearing comfort thanks to elaborate build-up

The extra soft elbow crease and the airy-light compression knit guarantee for a perfect fit without unpleasant pinching and an optimal cooling of the skin.

Our Technologies behind the Compression Sleeves for Cycling

  • Targeted Compression Zones

Innovative taping and muscle building zone with zone-specific compression supports the muscles in the surrounding area. The taping zone improves proprioception - the sense of body awareness and stability.

  • Made in Germany

Premium materials and the highest production standards since 1929.

Targeted compression zones technology