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  • Fuel your Winter

    Fuel your Winter: Training Diet

    3rd Nov, 2017

     

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    The official riding season is down and out for a few months now and what might be stressful for some; Winter training is a blessing in disguise for others.  You'll have hopefully read our Winter Training blog and are well versed in how to train safely and how to dress accordinglyThe next - and arguable most important topic is food; how to eat, what to eat and when to eat.  When the harsh winter hits and the world around you starts to crumble with school closures, sick kids and blocked roads, your diet is likely to take some bashing too (and that's not including all the 'festive spirit' consumptions)! 

    Training whilst undertaking a poor diet isn't smart - it's just asking for trouble.  You've got to make sure you're getting the vital food groups and vitamins to avoid tiredness and lack of release in endorphins - remember; when you exercise your body releases endorphins and endorphins make you happy!  We've established that time is of the essence around this time of year, so as applied to most things in the cycling world - plan ahead.  Don't depend solely on protein as your main fuel source -  carbs and fats are your friend, only when these are hard to come by do you depend on a shake.  Fat will slow the digestive process and aid recovery; keeping you fuller for longer.

    Here's a few bits to add to your next shopping list:  Egg noodles, oats, eggs, lean cuts of meat/fish, Full-fat Probiotic yoghurt (mmm), bananas (your best friend), coconut/almond/cows milk, seeds and nuts mix (not too many, mind!),
    lentils/beans/pulses provide good quality proteins,  fresh, brightly coloured seasonal vegetables (Butternut squash soup or curry to warm up with after a winter ride) and brown rice/pasta.

    Now, the when to eat bit.  You should probably avoid the usual McDonalds or local pub stop.... But who am I to ruin a good ride!  Honestly though, it's not a conductive way to achieve great health...  The general rule is carb load before your ride - big lunch if you're at work, or hearty dinner at home - wait an hour or so before hitting the road and hey -presto you're good to go! Remember your recovery fuel and gels - they'll balance out your electrolytes - we've got plenty of back pocket munchies you can make and take with you on our Pinterest page.  Seriously - they're to die for!  I'd go riding more, just for an excuse to keep eating.

    Tips:

    Eat and drink up until you are home from a ride.

    The body can only utilise a small amount of protein every two hours therefore, keep protein intake small and evenly spaced throughout all daily meals/snacks.

    It’s cheaper, less time consuming and healthier to arrive home from a ride and have a glass of milk (ideally semi-skimmed or full-fat) and a banana/flapjack to aid recovery until your next mealtime than buying a protein shake.

    Staying well hydrated with water, only use sports products alongside water during training and minimal caffeine intake when not competing.

    You might also be interested in some seasonal and not so healthy recipies!

     

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  • Plus Size Jerseys for Larger Riders

    Plus-size cycle gear

    16th Oct, 2017

    Is by no means the easiest thing in the world to find.  It can certainly be a frustrating and costly search for the right findings.

    Plus size jerseys for larger riders are for those who measure larger than average in the chest, neck and shoulder areas, you're considered a 'big person' to us little 'uns.   Such people do not fit in the standard sized cycling apparel and mostly face the problem of finding the perfect fit for them and luckily, we understand the struggle is real.

    MENS SIZE GUIDEGenerally our branded and custom jerseys come up bigger than most others on the high-street anyway; they're not hugely different, we're just not followers of the skin tight 'can you see what I had for breakfast'  Italian look.  Because we're in control of all stages of production - from design to print, it means we're able to create your jersey accordingly.  Even the non custom, website jerseys!  We can offer larger sizes from X-XXXXL!! Our standard biggest size is a 2XL and as we've stated we can go up to 4XL however this will incur a small surcharge due to extra material and template alterations.  We're still the most genuine on the market in regards to price and delivery.

     

     

    It may also be good for our female riders reading to know - we already go up to size 18 (XXL), but the same size options are available up to 4XL for you too.  Ladies cycle wear is a topic that has been brought to our attention
    numerous times, problematic issues such as: sizing, availability, style and design (all equally important as one another), must be researched correctly in order to create the ideal women's jersey - and that's just not happening.

    Big brand cycle manufacturers currently produce cycle gear for homogeneous groups; they don't put in the extra mile in order to produce for the variety of people within each cycle category - though their interests are the same, their genetics aren't!  It seems their 'women's wear' is just a spin off, of existing male designs, and is just made female friendly by changing the colour of each design.WOMENS SIZE GUIDE

    Being bigger often brings other issues too, like longer arm and torso length, which means a standard XXL jersey often won't have long enough sleeves and likely too short on the body.  But don't worry, we've got that covered as well - all you have to do is have a look at our size charts when ordering and enquire about these things.  Probably best to go by a jersey you know fits like a glove, compare it to our charts and go from there.

    Note:  make your size decisions while sitting in the saddle and not standing up. Cycling gear is designed for the cycling position, not standing.

    *Chest: Measure across the fullest part just under the arms

    *Arm: Measure around the thickest part of your bicep

    *Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your midsection

    *Hips: Measure around the fullest part

    You may also be interested in custom Recumbent Bike jerseys...

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  • 7Stanes

    7Stanes Mountain Bike Centres

    11th Oct, 2017

    The 7Stanes are a novelty group of MTB centres spanning Southern Scotland; from the heart of the Scottish Borders to Dumfries and Galloway.  But there's more to it than that - 'stane' in Scottish tongue means 'stone', which is exactly what you'll see at each trail.  The stanes can be located at each of the 7Stanes destinations trails; they're accessible by foot, horseback and obviously the more fun way - by bike.  You'll understand the buzz of the trails once you've been and you'll note the mythical and legendary stories the stanes have to tell.

     

    South West of Scotland, right in the Galloway Forest Park.  There are various routes within this area from quick jaunts or long hauls, to leisure trails fro beginners and blue trails for those desperate for some uphill craic.  The Giant Axe Head stane: represents the areas past Scottish and Irish giants.  The Giant Axe Head - a 1.5 ton sculpture which overlooks Loch Dee - closely resembles actual Neolithic stone axes and has runic text inscribed onto its top surface.

    7stanes-stane-kirroughtreeKirroughtree: it's just a wee bit away from Glentrool and this one's definitely more fun!  Featuring black and red routes!  Fast flowing and technically demanding - it's a wee gem!  Hence the 'Gem Stane' - a true reflection of the centres trails.

     

     

     

    7stanes-stane-dalbeattieDalbeattie: here might not be any big hills, but this trail isn't boring - it's renowned for it's granite features and great views - there's suitable trails for every level here.  This stane was donated from a local quarry and symbolises Kirkcudbrightshire's history as a town that was once the heart of the granite industry.

     

     

     

    7stanes-stane-mabieMabie: the original mountain bike venue of South West Scotland.  The trails cater for beginners right through to the most experienced riders: there’s a skills area for honing your technique, great trails that snake through the woods.  The stane here is known as the 'Ghost Stane' - no horror stories to reflect this one as far as we're aware, unless no one has ever lived to tell the tale..

     

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    Ae Forest: the most popular among the 7 stanes and often part of enduro series'.  It's the perfect place to head for a day out - picnic or energy burning carnage; this route features orange trailsThe 'Talking Head Stane' rests here and has a Norwegian poem scribed into its side.

     

     

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    Glentress: hmmm, maybe it's a tie between most popular location...  Just one hour away from Edinburgh, Glentress offers superb walking, mountain biking, tree-top fun and magnificent views of the beautiful Tweed Valley.  You'll be in good hands here as this is Tweed Valley Bike Patrols stomping ground - always on hand for the help and support of riders.  Here lies 'The Meteorite'; a 6 ton marble stane that's outta this world!

    7stanes-stane-newcastletonNewcastleton: one of  the internationally-renowned mountain biking trails, probably because it's got some adrenalin pumpin' rides!  There's plenty of stop off areas here, so make sure to take some time to take in this wildlife haven.  The stane here is the Border stane and as you can guess - it's stands very close to the Scottish borders.  On the north side, Auld Lang Syne is inscribed to represent Scotland. On the south side, representing England, are the words of Jerusalem. The hole in the middle allows people to stand on either side of the 'border' and shake hands through the sculpture.

    It's certainly worth your while making this a round trip, if you haven't already, there's plenty of scope for skill building, adrenaline junkies and leisurely peddlers.  You can even say you've 'been there, got the t-shirt', because we're the only manufacturers of 7Stanes products.

    You might also be interested in routes near here...

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  • What does your Merchandise say about your Brand?

    BRAND AND BUDGET

    Think of your promo merchandise as glorified brand ambassadors.  Each piece of merchandise will instantly give prospective customers a first impression of your company; it will create an image of who you are as individuals and as a company – so you’ve got to make sure it’s a memorable product.  In order to gain the right kind of attention and public impressions, you have to speak to the merchandise Guru Gods and ask:

    Do you really need it?  Your product choice has to be appropriate to your company’s vision and mission identity; e.g. are you amongst others in the sports industry – selling a service or a product?  A water bottle or an accessory such as a reflective band or sports towel could be a great approach to selling the life style.  Orrrr, how about you’re involved in community development?  Customised seed packets, or draw-string backpacks to avoid littering is another take on promoting your company beliefs.

    Is it a product for life, not just for now?  You want to be able to freely give this product and know people will be proud to keep and actually use.  Distributing thoughtless and cheap junk will have a life span to the closest bin – do not depict your brand as substandard, it’s your livelihood!

    The quality of your merchandise deeply reflects the value of your product or service; you want people to be proud of what they receive and show it off time and time again – at the gym or just scooting about day-to-day life.  The customers wearing/ using the product are a walking billboard; you have to nail this decision!  It’s a gateway to direct and free brand advertising.

    It might also be wise to take note that if you are a brand that promotes environmental issues or quality of working establishments, etc. that you do choose a product that is environmentally friendly and/ or made in the UK.

    Does it stand out? Does it make you look like a trendsetter or a follower? Neither is bad – as long as it stands out in the crowd. As well as making it practical and relevant, it has to have some creative spunk for people to remember your brand and associate great memories when they see, wear or use the item. For example, a pen need not be boring; your choice of colour and shape would set it apart from the rest, why not even make it a mini permanent marker?   A keyring is as common as it gets, but a mini tape measure keychain from a real sports apparel company is both useful and unforgettable.

    Your promotional merchandise walks and talks your brand. Choosing them is serious business, but by keeping these 3 questions in mind, making the decision will be a breeze. So now what does your merchandise say about your brand?

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  • Commuting to work

    How to: Commute to Work Wisely (Women's edit)

    3rd Oct, 2017

    Check out our Pinterest page for some more awesome ideas, tips, travel, accessories and soo many more fun things!

    COMMUTING

    Bike by Public Transport.  Sometimes, a 30 mile commute to work just isn’t plausible, so why not take the train?  Mixing up your commute by boarding the train with your beloved bike is a great option when heading deep into the winter season, especially if driving isn’t an option.

    Bear in mind some silly buggers don’t allow bikes on trains.  Slightly unreasonable, I know – you can check ahead and plan your journey on the National Rail Line website.

    The most common reasons for being unable to take your bike aboard a busy train is lack of space; having to stand awkwardly in the doorway, manoeuvring at every single stop, whilst getting funny looks and the jaw clenching 'tuts' – arghh that drives me berserk! Often events control the acceptance of bringing your bike on board too, so double check there isn’t any engineering works or big match games on.

    On a positive note, the train lines that do let you bring your bike to work make sure you’re looked after relatively well.  Generally there’s a separate compartment rack and/ or designated areas you can lock up to and sometimes they’re even bookable in advance!

    Rush Hour; when commuter carnage usually breaks out.  City cycling isn’t ideal at any time, really…  But there’s ways and means to staying safe on busy roads – I’m afraid being a seasoned pro at this kind of thing is irrelevant if you don’t take the necessary precautions.

    • Wear bright clothing. There’s not much more dangerous than not being visible in heavy traffic. You can find yourself a good high viz helmet and some bright accessories ideal for remaining seen.
    • Use the cycle lanes. Where possible cycle in the lanes provided.
    • Position yourself away from the curb.  Keep around 3 feet away from the curb. This will allow vehicles to see where you are.
    • Pack your recovery tools.  Imagine trying to catch a bus/ train with a burst tyre.  Bike over shoulders, inappropriate shoes for running, backpack swinging behind you.   It’s a commuting nightmare. Tubes, pump and lock!

     

    Packing and Carrying Kit on the Commute. 

    • Put your clothes for the day in a suit carrier, seal and roll up to avoid any creasing – gotta be on point for that 10 AM department meeting with the H.O.D.
    • Ummm, whatelse?  Waterproof mascara, helmet friendly hair? Lol.  You can also get ear protectors now!!
    • You may become more comfortable with relaxing some personal grooming standards as well...  Wearing less makeup? , (just don’t give up the deodorant, for your coworkers’ sake!).
    • And maybe best to rustle up some answers for the inevitable 'What are you doing?' questions to follow your arrival.
    • We’d suggest a backpack over Panniers.  Keep it light and practical.  If you can leave certain things in the office overnight, that’s a godsend!
    • Most importantly, don’t forget your coffee travel mug!

    Clothing.  Being bright and being seen are the 2 most important things to avoid any incidents, but you’ve got to be warm during these long haul winter commutes.  All of our online stock is now available with long sleeve/ zip options and you can request the jersey design as a windcheeta/ Lite Jacket too.  It’s a work in progress, so if you don’t see the drop down option, just give us an email and we can arrange an order for you.

    If you don’t usually commute to work, but are maybe starting to consider it over the coming months as a winter training programme, or to avoid the inevitable public transport issues to come, have a look at this simple advisory programme suggested by some amongst the industry:

    Week 1, ride to work Tuesday. Leave bike at work. Ride home Wednesday.
    Week 2, ride to work Monday, ride home Tuesday. Ride to and from work Thursday.
    Week 3, ride to and from work Monday. Ride to work Tuesday and home Wednesday. Ride to and from work Thursday.

    Repeat weeks 2 and 3 alternately for a month or so before increasing to a daily commute or as many days as the commuter is comfortable with.

    You might also be interested in Winter Training Tips...

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  • Winter Training

    Winter Riding

    13th Sept, 2017

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    With the mornings less refreshing to wake up to and the night's drawing earlier and darker, along with the erratic changes in weather, this is enough to signify that Winter is officially - non officially here.  The constant battle between sunny showers and gale force winds make riding your bike outside feel like a gruelling chore.  Fortunately though (if you're not in Scotland), not every single winter day brings bad weather and with the right forecast and plenty of preparation it's not all doom and gloom.

    We'll give you enough of reasons to pluck up the courage to take on the elements and avoid slipping away to the turbo set up; while static training is viable enough, it doesn't ever feel as satisfying as challenging outdoor ride...

    First things first - safety!  It doesn't matter whether you're a seasoned pro and have a dedicated winter bike, or if it's the same trusty bike you use all year round, you have have have to get it serviced!  Subtle changes such as re-greasing and new or tightened cables will make the world of a difference when it comes to comfortable riding.  It might seem a bit  counter intuitive as your bike will be subject to copious rides through rain, mud, grit and snow, but having a bike that’s in the best working order creates a massive impact to your riding capability during the unpredictable season.  Plus, if you've ever had a mechanical out in  the sticks during the winter months, you'll know how soul destroying it is trying to fiddle around and fix things when your fingers are frozen still and about to fall victim to frostbite.

    Don't be chilly, wrap your... Let's take a look at winter kit - we're going to presume you have the right kit to wear because you'll have ready our Autumn/ Winter Gear blog, righhhhht...? It's also good to note, that with a trusty base layer, as with the layering of clothes that you can't avoid, you're bound to work up a sweat no matter how cold the air is.  A good quality base layer will help regulate your body temperature and wick away moisture from the skin to ensure a comfortable ride and avoid any chance of catching a chill.

    Now you’re ready to ride, but how far and how fast? The two biggest questions debated by cyclists at this time of year. But there's no real right answer to us, this decision is going to be made based on your goals, current fitness and motivation (or lack of).  It will generally go one of two ways:

    For improving your endurance, winter is arguably the best time.  Riding long and hard will help build a strong fitness base for when Summer eventually comes back around; you'll be ready to put plenty or road miles behind you.  Orr, there's the later of the two - regular short rides, this will improve your overall speed and you'll avoid most wind chill and rain!

    Whatever the weather, whatever the ride, don't forget to enjoy it with a post ride tipple of your favourite dram.  After all, the festive season is just around the corner after all...

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  • 2018 Cycling Predictions

    The Future of Cycling; 2018 Trends

    13th Sept, 2017

     

    CYCLING TRENDS 2018With a little discussion over lunch time cheese and crackers in the office about the evolution of E-bikes and how we'd fancy a wee E-Road bike ourselves, it got us to thinking what predictions and trends are heading our way in 2018.  From disc brakes and indicators, to off loading our gear into the hollow tubes of the bike - what else is in store for the industry in 2018?  We've had a little look at what to expect and what's already in the pipelines of being launched into the cycling world.

    MTB bikes are hitting it off by getting longer, slower and slacker; and next year's trend predict this geometric calculation isn't staying in the enduro community!  Nope, it's sliding in among lightweight XC hardtails!  The expertise behind the manufacturing of these frames is lending more stability and predictability to handle this future trend of more technical cross-country courses.

    Integrated Storage; bar end to bar end, a South African brand is already ahead of this 2018 trend - using a tire plug system that mounts inside your bar ends.    There's also the result of the Fork Cork, a good looking solution to hiding a few extra necessities on the bike and ensuring it fits any modern tapered fork on the market.

    Any other hollow tubes you see fit for stuffing your extra gear in?  Or is this an impractical approach?

    In terms of racing bikes, the idea of disc brakes is increasingly catching on. Racing cyclists saw this years ago with mountain bikers. This crossover idea is taking effect more and more in the cycling scene.

    It's the Gravel bike's turn!  To most of our untrained eyes , gravel bikes look pretty similar to cyclo-cross bikes because of their relatively thin studded tires and race bike aesthetics.  But there's so much more to it than that...  The differences lie in the details. The geometry is designed for a not so freeride and more upright posture. Gravel bikes run more smoothly, are more stable, and have spaces to mount a luggage carrier built into the frame.

    A bigger, badder ass splash is coming to town!   This little piece of magic is clamped underneath the seat and keeps the majority of the dirt away from the rider in muddy and rainy weather. There are also wider variants in 2018.

    Lazer lighting!  Initially designed by a budding student turned entrepreneur, this technological brain has been designed to control a laser, LED lights, Bluetooth and GPS for London’s new fleet of Santander bikes, The Laserlight works like this: as you cycle at night a laser image of a green bicycle is projected onto the ground five metres in front of you.

    And lastly, because this one's going to blow up!  Cementing  itself in line among the cycling sector in 2018 is bike leasing. Employees can rent a work bike from their employer. In this case it does not have to be a classic city bike or e-bike.

    Racing bikes, gravel bikes and cyclo-cross bikes can also be leased. Even if the employer does not finance the costs themselves, everyone who opts for a leased bike has a financial (fiscal) advantage.

    And the future for TCJFrom design to print, our machinery, software and staff are of the highest quality in the cycling manufacturing business.  With our software holding the capability to almost run itself, we are able to look ahead to future development.

    You might also be interested in Enduro Race fit jerseys...

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  • Helix; Creating Green Space to Connect Local Communities

    Falkirk and the Kelpies - Cycle Routes

    28th Aug, 2017

    imagesFalkirk's  honoured community, and two of Scotland's most well-known tourist attractions (Falkirk Wheel and The Helix) our located right across the heartland of Scotland.  It is also home to Callendar Wood Estate; a keen walkers absolute heaven!  With majestic and picturesque views through the towns 500 year old woodland, you can leave your troubles at home and burrow through the forest.

    This year The Helix will celebrate the towns first ever Horse Power event; commending the heavy horse drawn history of the industry and economy; pulling the wagons and ploughs, barges and coal ships that shaped the structural layout of the area. 'The Kelpies name reflected the mythological transforming beasts possessing the strength and endurance of 100 horses; a quality that is analogous with the transformational change of our landscapes, endurance of our inland waterways and the strength of our communities.'

    Did you know:

    • 300 tonnes each
    • 30 metres high
    • 1200 tonnes of steel-reinforced concrete foundations per head
    • 928 unique stainless steel skin-plates
    • Built on site in 90 days

    The Helix is the centre of all things active, with paths connecting over 500 kilometres of cycle routes across the Falkirk district. You can check out some of the local riders jaunts and regular rides here.  The options are varied from very family friendly, to loner rider technical trails.

    If you're coming through, you have to bring the kids and your bikes to do The Helix Around Town Tour is a 16 mile circular cycle route starting at Falkirk Stadium and connecting The Helix, The Falkirk Wheel and Callendar Park. The HArTT begins at The Helix and travels by cycleway and towpath through woodlands, glens and communities.

    If you're local to the area or are looking to fill some spare time by lending a hand, you can apply to become a memberThe Bespoke Community Development Company have constructed and maintained all sorts of trails in the area - one being the Falkirk - Linlithgow route of the John Muir Way Cost to Coast.  This route will tick off plenty on your sight seeing list as you can see Falkirk Wheel and Callendar Park.

    You might also be interested in the 7stanes centres...

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  • Tour of Britain

    Ovo Energy - Tour of Britain

    17th Aug, 2017

    soreen jersey frIt's not only Edinburgh and Cardiff that are new to the event; there's a further 9 neighbouring cities that will be visited!! But you'll need to stay tuned to find out.  This year there are going to be summit finishes - which haven't been seen since 2013.

    Now lets get to the good bit!

    Stage 1: The 188-kilometre Royal Mile opening in Scotland's capital will also include a 79km loop in the Scottish Borders, allowing the fans and passing spectators to see the worlds fastest on two wheels, not once - but twice in one day!

    Stage 2: Racing from Kielder Water and Forest Park, all 120 of the worlds greatest cyclists will travel approx. 211km; making it the longest stage of the tour.  The race will finish in Blyth with a finishing loop, so if you miss a beat - don't worry,  you'll see it for a second time this year.

    Stage 3: A 182km stage, passing through the Normanby Hall County Park estate and finishing in Scunthorpe.

    Stage 4: At this halfway mark, all 120 roadies will pass through Harworth and Bircotes where the museum and memorial to 1965 World Champ Tommy Simpson is located.

    Stage 5: It's time trial timeeee!  The 10 mile loop will start and finish in Clacton - who'll come out on top here...

    Stage 6: Some of the new neighbouring towns added to this years tour come in to play here.  With the professionals passing through Mildenhall, Bury St Edmunds, Eye, Framlingham and Woodbridge.

    Stage 7: Who'll stumble at the last hurdle...  With the King of the Mountains climb commencing just 10km before the decent into Cheltenham (also a new town).

    Stage 8: Where the Cardiff finale welcomes the winners!  The 180km route will begin in Worcester and finish on King Edward VII Avenue near Cardiff City Hall.

    You can find all the available live broadcasts here

    You might also be interested in our Grand Tour Jerseys...

     

     

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  • Why Choose thecyclejersey

    TCJ: Quality Development, Manufacturing and Success in the Cycling Industry

    16th Aug, 2017

    TCJ TEAM

    At thecyclejersey (TCJ) we specialise in custom printed cycle jerseys made to your own design, as well as bespoke limited edition designs we have been able to create with the permission of the company or artist.

    Our jerseys are designed and developed to fit every kind of cyclist; from a leisurely Sunday peddler who likes a coffee and a cake (or two), to the hard-core downhill/ endurance and seriously savvy road racers.  Whatever your riding style, you need to be comfortable on the bike – that’s why we don’t compromise when it comes to manufacturing our apparel.

    Each individual jersey is developed from start to finish, by our small in house, professional team.

     SYSTEMS:

    From design to print, our machinery, software and staff are of the highest quality in the cycling manufacturing business.  With our software holding the capability to almost run itself, we are able to look ahead to future development.

    QUALITY MATERIAL:

    Our jersey fabric is a 100% recycled polyester (from the Polyester chain) located form Belgium, that faces no boundaries when it comes to performance; constructed with a multi drying fabric that contains a unique fibre to instantly wick moisture away from the skin.

    You can read the technical bits about each of our garments here

    QUALITY MANAGEMENT:

    Our sportswear is all produced under one roof (Falkirk, central Scotland) and overseen at every stage of production by each individual of the team.  This ensures the quality of the software, machinery output and final garment results are of the most efficient and highest quality achievable.

    TURNAROUND TIME AND DELIVERY:
    Imbattable, unschlagbar, imbattibile, imbattibile, oslagbar - however you say it; we literally cannot be beaten on delivery time!  From approval of artwork we promise to deliver between 2-3 and recently, we've even been beating that.

    Because all of our designing and manufacturing is completed in house, it also means we're able to ship from our own premises too.  With a trusted relationship with our courier service, we deliver to our UK customers on a guaranteed 24/48 hour service, get this, FREE OF CHARGE.

    GOOD ENOUGH FOR:

    Our team riders!  And a few others you might have heard of?  Tracy Moseley (member of Trek Factory Enduro Team and reigning EWS World Champ) , Mark Cavendish MBE ( The Manx Missile – the most successful British cyclist overnight), and Martin Johnson (Ex England Rugby Player).

    You might also be interested in advertising your brand with us...

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