0 Item

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Cycling Jerseys and Clothing

 

 

Enjoy free shipping30 Day Guarantee

Signup for Our Newsletter

Compare Products

You have no items to compare.

The Cycle Jersey Blog

  • Enduro Race Jersey

    Enduro Fit Cycle Jersey - now available

    New style available  when ordering a custom  or website TCJ cycle jersey.

    TEMPEST ENDURO 2017- FR

    As Mountain biking has developed throughout the years, so have the disciplines; Enduro is a form of MTB racing that caters to average athletes - it allows you to visit some gnarly trails and there's no need to splash out on a specialist race bike, but still race non the less.  Enduro includes multiple dh stages, up hill transfers and usually holds a set time scale.

    If you're reading this, we're assuming you're pretty bad ass on the trails and probably pay through the nose for kit that most people on the Enduro world will have.  That's where we come in handy - with no initial artwork fees, free delivery and no hidden costs you can design your own Enduro style jersey -  one no one else will have, from just £42.95!   Or do

    you ride with a team?  We've got that covered too!  And you'll only need to wait 2 weeks once you're design has been confirmed!  Check it all out here.

    Constructed with high performance multi-dry fabric; allowing for moisture  to be transferred to the face of the fabric to aid drying and provide maximum comfort and performance on and off the bike.  Ergonomically designed for athletes and complete with a complimentary round neck.

    • Sleeve: 3|4 length or long sleeve
    • No elastic hem
    • Round neck
    • Multi-dry fabric

     

    TOP ENDUROS TO ENTRE THIS YEAR

    Read more...
  • Muckmedden MTB Eliminator

    JSR Start line photoFriday the 23rd of June saw the first day of the best biking festival of the year. The Muckmedden Head2Head Eliminator 2017, hosted at Parkhill Farm, Cupar.

    Arriving early on the sunny Friday afternoon meant we had our pick of the campsite, and after much deliberation settled on a spot close enough to the toilets for midnight visits. But far enough away to avoid the inevitable waft of keich that was certain to fill the air by close of play sunday.

    Our camping ritual insists that once parked, the first beer MUST be immediately opened and consumed quickly to avoid anyone from woosing out if the weather turns nasty. The clinking of bottles meant the start of an epic weekend full of bikes, beers and banter. Which by bedtime that evening, was had by the bucketload. Probably too much fun was had to be honest!

    We awoke at 7am on the Saturday slightly fuzzy, shovelled in breakfast and quickly dashed over to the event village to visit the guys at The Cycle Jersey to pick up my shiny new race shirt for the day, and special Eliminator tshirts and mugs! We couldn’t have James representing and not myself as well!

    Atop the hill the wind was trying to take us back to Edinburgh, and if Stevie had caught enough sick air off the cheeky double at the start of the run, that's where he just might have ended up! The course consisted of a blast along the crest of the hill, turning down the face of it over the launch pad jump, then blasting into the woods. Down a steep slippery chute, exploding into the event village and over the road gap into the final section through a barley field! None of us had  ever competed in a head to head before, so we didn't know what to expect, but as usual, Aaron and his team put together an excellent format which is friendly and fun, but lets not forget its still a race!!! Its win or be eliminated!

    Big Steve was called first and wasted no time in collecting the teams first win of the day. James and myself followed, both winning the next few runs. However a pedal slip at the start by myself saw me eliminated shortly after and Stevie too was pipped at the post by his opponent only a couple runs previous. Leaving James to bring home some silverware for the boys, but sadly this was not to be. Eliminated by one of the top riders attending saw us all hitting the bar sooner than we would have liked! But…..without realising it, I was the last eliminated eligible to qualify for the barley dual slalom.  Another smaller knockout tournament held between finals of the Eliminator event. Which to my delight, I won!!!! So when all was said and done the team gained our 2nd Gold medal, which by the way, iv only just managed to pry from my chest as I was so chuffed. It may not have been the main event, but we will take any medals we can get!! Needless to say, the rest of the Saturday evening was spent dressed up as an 80s trucker in a full mullet and double denim, flying around on a borrowed tandem bike and drinking more than our own bodyweight in alcohol! Of course it was…there's no other way!

    Sunday morning came and we fell out of our vans into another gale force wind and began dismantling our HQ, we said our goodbyes and hit the road for home.

    Another epic weekend of gears and beers with some seriously quick and talented riders thanks to Muckmedden events. Plenty banter and laughs had by us at JRS ENDURO and The Cycle Jersey, always good patter over a pint with these guys…. and not to mention our epic new racing shirts!!!! Thanks again, much love and we look forward to seeing you all at the next event. Cheers!!!

    JRS Funny Eliminator Pic

    Read more...
  • Manchester Arena Attack Charity Cycle

     

    MANCHESTER BEESTRONG#BeeStrong  - We Stand Together

    A couple of weeks ago, we designed a really special custom cycle jersey for Chris; to help him aid his decision to help raise money for the Manchester Arena Victims.  He will be riding from Blackpool to Manchester on the 9th of July - that's 100km by the way...  And he aims to bust a gut and do it in a target of 4 hours!

    The charity he is representing is the Lord Mayor if Manchester charity - We Love MCR; this charity is dedicated to support people who have been injured or bereaved by the attack on the 22nd of May.

    Please help Chris, help the people of Manchester by donating hereWith a £500 target to reach, he is 1/5 of the way there and has 2 weeks to go! 

    Read more...
  • Your change can make a change

    Charity Project

    PILGRIM TO PARIS - TOBY AND CHANDOSThis summer, two school boys (Toby & Chandos, aged 13), are earning extra credit in school for this end of year Charity project.  Please help these rad boys to meet their target of £3000 for three charities very close to each of their hearts.  With £1415 by, they are 47% closer to reaching their target and have just shy of 3 days to achieve it!

    They look pretty swanky in their custom jerseys. don't they!  We'd love to work with more charities to design their own cycle jersey and help raise way more awareness.

    Dear All

    I (Toby) am writing to let you know that as part of my end of school project and to celebrate finishing Common Entrance at the Pilgrim’s School both my friend Chandos  and I are planning to ride from Winchester to Paris in three days. We will be starting at Winchester Cathedral on Friday 23rd June and aim to arrive at Notre Dame on the afternoon of Sunday 27th June, having also visited Rouen Cathedral on route.  The route we are taking is approximately 305 km. In preparation for this challenge we have already cycled over 105kms on a Wiggle race in the New Forest on Sat 8th April.

    We are hoping to raise a total of £3000 for three charities which are:-

    Allegra’s Ambition, Cancer Research UK and Bhubesi Pride.

    Allegra’s Ambition is a charity aiming to help young people through participation in sport and outdoor activities to develop similar positive behaviours and values to enhance their lives – and be happier people, like Allegra. A second ambition of Allegra’s charity is for young people to become involved in building the charity with their own ideas and challenges. Our vision of Allegra’s Ambition is clear – but there are many ways of achieving it. Allegra was always proactive and she had great ideas. If it was fun, if it was a challenge, if it was inclusive, if the goal was worthwhile – then Allegra wanted to do it.

    Cancer has affected us and many other people in the world. We have had two cases of this. First, my mum is luckily doing fine after her encounter with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. However, my god mother, Alison Denley, died recently due to breast cancer which was heart breaking. Of course, these events are happening every day and action is needed.

    The third charity Chandos and I are looking to raise money for is the Bhubesi Pride Foundation, a charity that Chandos’ father supported last year when he went out to Kenya to coach rugby for 2 weeks.  The foundation assembles teams of committed volunteers to carry out annual rugby coaching expeditions, using sport as a tool for education.  They work with schools and communities in east and southern Africa, children unite through sport, local staff are empowered and meaningful partnerships are developed to ensure sustainable impact for the long-term.

    If you would like to support us I have set a My Donate page.  Alternatively, I know some people prefer to give charity cheques and these can be made out to Allegra’s Ambitions, Cancer Research UK and Bhubesi Pride.

    Read more...
  • Whisky Cycling Jerseys 2017

    Scottish Whisky Jerseys

    For 2017 we decided to introduce a couple of new brands to our collection of already existing whisky cycle jerseys - and of course with an office full of 'non' professional alcoholic beverage tasters, we knew  these distilleries were a no brainer!

    Whisky [wiski]

    (Noun) 1.  The term whisky comes from the Gaelic 'uisge beatha', or 'usquebaugh', meaning 'water of life'. Gaelic is that branch of Celtic traditionally spoken in the Highlands of Scotland.

     

    NEW ARBEG 2017 - FRArdbeg Distillery creates a new look for 2017!

    A distillery much more aged than others, isolated on a small and remote Scottish Isle - Islay.  A place where dreams come true; through the advice of a pal or following the lead of a non ignorable aroma.  The only way to understand this feeling we're describing, is to venture along the winding road from Port Ellen, knock back a dram with a breeze through your hair.

     

    ARRAN BLOG IMAGE Arran Distillery creates its first distillery cycle jersey!

    You are probably well aware, we are very big whisky fans at TCJ to say the least!  Designing and stocking some of Scotland's biggest whisky brands from  coastal islands - Isle of Skye and the Isle of Islay, which of course are home to iconic single malts including: Ardbeg, Bruichladdich and Talisker.

    Today, the Distillery is the only one on Arran!  Celebrating its 21st anniversary in June 2016 and throughout its years has produced a variety of ages and expressions.  The distillery also created a historic moment in 1998; opening their first cask of Arran Single Malt Scotch Whisky, also making it the first legal dram on Arran for over 160 years!

    Whilst making whisky is a slow process, life on Arran runs to its own rhythm.  As well as being home to the only distillery - there's also plenty of cycle routes to explore and an annual Malt & Music Festival.

    So you can mix your two loves together and enjoy a post-ride ritual with a recovery session including a dram!

     

    RASSAY -FRThe Isle of Rassay Distillery .

    The first legal distillery on this island!  Is to begin producing handcrafted whisky this summer!

    This little island is popularly known for 'Calum's Road' a man made road built between 1960 -70.  The story of Calum MacLeod is a compelling one; there's a plaque placed on a historic cairn at a vocal point of this incredible road that states 'this former footpath to Arnish - a distance of 1¾ miles - was widened to a single track road with passing places and prepared for surfacing by Malcolm MacLeod BEM... He accomplished this work single-handedly over a period of ten years'.

    All available to buy on our website - now!

    Read more...
  • Beer Cycling Jerseys 2017

    Beer [bie]

    Noun.  The reason to get up in the morning and the reason most people pass out at night....  OR  an alcoholic drink made from yeast-fermented malt flavoured with hops.

    The first breweries of 2017 to climb on board with us to design and print their very own branded cycle jersey!

     

    2017 TEMPEST BREW CO - FR

    Tempest Brew Co (also available in enduro style).  This story visits a few places around the world; beginning in New Zealand where two friends (Gavin and Annika) had a 'wow, here we go' moment. After sourcing all the kit and developing a recipe, the first ale - Long White Cloud was brewed.  Fast forward a little while later, they set up shop in Kelso selling food and drink in their own little gasropub - but that wasn't enough, Gavin wanted their beer to have it's own identity; now known as Tempest Brewing Co.

     

     

    BLACK ISLE - FRBlack Isle Brewery is located just north of Inverness.  Discovered almost 20 years ago by David Gladwin, a beer lover with a distinctive taste for mother nature.  Every recipe uses barley and hops from completely organic farms - absolutely no use of destructive chemicals here.

    Famous for it's own functioning organic farm, growing barley across 125 acres of land and that's not the half of it!  They also have 200 wee black sheep grazing amongst it all and one big cow who produces the milk for staff and visitors caffeine needs.  They also have their own veggie patch!  So you can replenish all bodily fluids and have a munch without even feeling bad!

    If you fancy a pedal as well, you can try the Blondes and Happy Chappies Route (approx. 1.5-3 hours long)

     

    EDINBURGH BEER - FR (2)After meeting Chris and Emily from EBF at a recent Sales and Marketing conference, we had an instant connection - beer of course!  The Edinburgh based factory is owner to the Paolozzi lager; brewed with 100% barley malt and a brewing lifetime of 6 weeks, the Munich style lager beer has a perfect bitter sweet balance.

    Replenish carbohydrates after a long ride and don't forget to purchase your own here, right here

    Read more...
  • Ridelines

    MTB Tuition with Ridelines

    RIDELINES LOGO

    It is the beginning of a beautiful friendship, between Ridelines and ourselves.

    Ridelines is a niche MTB tuition business based in Tweed Valley (Glentress and Innerliethen) - where green, blue, red and black trails exist, so plenty of scope for exhilarating experiences.

    Want to rider faster and safer?  Be in control and confident on your 2 wheeled machine?  Ridelines can provide you with techniques that will last you a life time, help you overcome personal barriers and goals and build your own technical boundaries

    They've had their stomping ground and development services  since 2006. With years of dedicated experience and a focus on personalised rider development they will help you get exactly what you want from your time in the saddle.

    With 1:1 rider tuition on their own trails, in Tweed Valley (right by Glentress Forest); this means people of all walks of life (beginner to regular rider and corporate courses to, guides and kids courses) can develop their skill and techniques, without any pressure.

    Their team consists of sick riders too!  Working with the likes of: Jess Stone; previous elite national champ, SDA and Enduro racer.

     

    Read more...
  • Build your Brand through us

    Promote your brand, with a custom printed cycle jersey!

    It's risk free, easy quick and you'll reach a world wide audience.

    GROW YOUR BRAND WITH USAs extreme coffee, alcohol, food and sweetie connoisseurs ourselves, we would love to help cycle cafes, distilleries  and others alike, give their fans and customers a unique way of remembering their experience with your brand.
    Create a fully custom cycle jersey and take advantage of this one of a kind branding opportunity. It's a hassle free and simple process, and you'll receive your iconic design, just 2 weeks after artwork approval!

    Here's what we do for you; we design your garment (saving you all the creative work), after you've approved the design - we sell it online to customers.  In general, our current clients

    (Bruichladdich, Talisker Ardbeg, etc) take a stock of their garments to sell on in their shops, however this is not essential.

    Still asking what's in it for you?  You get branding through another referral source!  As well as advertising free of charge, from the public who are purchasing your design - exposing your brand to mass audiences (globally).

    If this is something you feel that you would be interested in then all we need from you is your logo in a print ready format (Adobe, Illustrator, CorelDraw, Photoshop or a high res Jpeg).  If you do have any elements that you feel are essential to your design then let us know!  Otherwise we'll take inspiration from your website and corporate identity to create you something awesomeee!

     

     

    Read more...
  • Whisky: A right British Beverage

    Whisky [wiski]

    (Noun) 1.  The term whisky comes from the Gaelic 'uisge beatha', or 'usquebaugh', meaning 'water of life'. Gaelic is that branch of Celtic traditionally spoken in the Highlands of Scotland.

    WHISKY BLOG

    All the rumours you've heard are true - the Scots drink Whisky!  And they do it well - did you know; Scottish people are the largest consumers of Spirits in the UK?! Mwhahaha.  There's approx. 20 million casks that lie maturing in warehouses all over Scotland, resulting in a mass variety of Whisky tastes being introduced to the world, and it would seem that being a connoisseur of all things whisky is intoxicatingly enjoyable!

    Think about it...  Whisky is made up from multiple botanicals, various grains and barely and fresh spring water.  Alcohol is generally associated with bad lifestyle choices, liver problems and unpredictable outcomes, but Whisky has its benefitsit helps you maintain a healthy weight as it has no fat and very little sodium, it has been proven than whisky can boost your cognitive performance and reduce your chances of developing Dementia, heart health is another!  Those who drink a moderate amount of whisky (regularly), have just shy of a 50%  chance of experiencing a heart attack or stroke.  There's more where pro's to whisky here.

    If you're going have a dram, do it right!  Here's how...

    It’s common for bars here to stock 40 or 50 different bottles of Scotch; 150 bottles, all malt, is not that rare. I think it is a cultural thing – we’re very patriotic, don’t forget

    Here's some fun facts:

    • Drinkers in the UK often choose to enjoy it with just a little water, but in Spain they mix it with cola. In Japan Scotch is enjoyed with lots of water and ice, and in China with cold green tea.
    • Scotch Whisky is sold in around 200 markets worldwide.
    • Scotch Whisky sells three times its nearest rival whisky.

     

    Read more...
  • Islay Whisky Festival

    Feis IIe - the Isle of Islay's Whisky Festival

    ISLAY FESTIVAL

    For over 30 years now, Islay has been host of the Islay Festival of Malt.  Held annually on the last week of May; when the temperature is just right and the man eating midgies are still at bay.  This festival calls upon all whisky connoisseurs from all over  the globe.

    Islay is part of the Southern Hebrides and home to approx. 3,200 people and also resident to some of the most replenishing Scottish malts including: Ardbeg, Bruichladdich,Lagavulin and Laphroaig.  With miles of beautiful beaches and a good stretch of road - you can't resist a good cycle if you're going to the festival - take on the Whisky trail.

    All distilleries will open their doors to the public for daily tastings, there's golf, bowing ceilidhs and Gaelic lessons and proper good music!  The festival will commence the week of May 26th- 3rd June.

    You can also pick up your very own cycle jersey souvenir!

    Read more...

Items 1 to 10 of 87 total

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. ...
  7. 9