Charity

  1. Guide to Designing Custom Teamwear

    Cycling tops, mountain bike clothing, cycling jackets, sleeveless cycling jerseys, and we have a custom 3D kit designer for smaller orders.  Our artwork set up is free of charge and we offer downloadable design templates for both road jerseys and enduro racing tops.

    Team Cycling Kit

    Where o' where to start with designing your own team/ club kit...  Our design motto tends to be 'simple is powerful' - and it all comes down to  the concept and logos you're working with. Corporate logos follow all brand marketing rules; simple, memorable and more important to us designers - they're designed and constructed in the correct artwork format!  Small local/ entrepreneurial businesses on the other hand - tend to be the complete opposite! Having said that - when paired with a retro design any logo can be morphed into an awesome custom cycling jersey. Another good point to remember, is to bear in mind the whole kit.  We only offer black bib shorts as it's the most popular colour choice and it tends to always go with every design - you are able to fully customise the lycra leg gripper - and we can colour match any corporate or branded logos to ensure it all matches. When choosing colours, it's better to have brighter colours on the shoulders, side panels and/ or lower back.  It's always a good idea to make yourself visible, no matter what the purpoe of your jersey is for.  We offer the option to add a reflective strip to the back pocket of your jersey, for a small fee.  We don't currently offer a neon colour chart, however you can trust in us that our colour range is very wide - you can request a free colour swatch if you're unsure.   Click here to read more about our custom product range and to see pricing and additional options for our 2019 custom collection. We currently offer a FREE artwork design and mini sample service.  AND there's no minimum order numbers to meet!    
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  2. Tour de Yorkshire Sportive

    Tour de Yorkshire 2019

      TOUR DE YORKSHIRE, No minimum order required, free fabric sample service and an unbeatable turnaround time of just 2 weeks from order approval – that’s the fastest delivery in the UK and European market!   The fifth edition of this Yorkshire road bike sportive is just weeks away; further growing and succeeding as a recognised UCI event.  Last year, Greg Van Avermaet secured overall victory in the Tour de Yorkshire, winning general classification, points clarification and team classification (BMC).  Stéphane Rossetto was KOM winner, with Megan Guarnier (Boels - Dolmans Cycling Team) led the Cow and Calf climb in Illkely  and took the reigning champ title for the women's TDY. The Tour de Yorkshire was created in 2015 as a legacy event from the Tour de France’s Grand Départ in the county in 2014 – and Yorkshire has also been selected to host the 2019 UCI Road World Championships.   TOUR DE YORKSHIRE SPORTIVE SHORT SLEEVE ROAD CYCLING JERSEYDoing the Yorkshire Tour or the this year?  Or how about the Ay Up! Yorkshire SportiveWe stock two awesome Yorkshire cycling jerseys and if you order now you'll get it in time for either event.  With the routes announced and training well underway - have you thought about your kit?  We specialise in both custom printed jerseys, made to your own design, as well as bespoke limited edition branded cycling jerseys - we even have our own Tour de Yorkshire cycling jersey  available for sale.   Wensleydale Creamery is stone throw away from each starting andWENSLEYDALE CHEESE CREAMERY SHORT SLEEVE ROAD CYCLING JERSEY finishing point of each stage.  Every year Yorkshires finest food and drink producers are showcased to the worlds media, during these four days - so for all you cheese feins and those alike; there'll be plenty of opportunity to try a little taste of heaven.  It'll be no surprise to you, that this brand is available as a jersey too!  You'll need to be faster than the udders to bag one of these! wenseydale COW PRINT SHORT SLEEVE ROAD CYCLING JERSEY               If you're interested in a custom cycling jersey for this event, then you're in luck!  There's no minimum order required, free fabric sample service and an unbeatable turnaround time of just 2 weeks from order approval – that’s the fastest delivery in the UK and European market!  Enquire at info@thecyclejersey.com
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  3. LEJOG Charity Bike Ride

       

    LEJOG

    08th Feb, 2018 So, what's the chat about LEJOG?  Or as others may know it, Lands End to John O' Groats, JOGLE, whatever you want to call it!  We've had a lot of custom made jerseys made specifically for those undertaking the challenging route, over the summer months - it's becoming such a hot spot for riders of all abilities! lejog blog thumbnail   Located in the rugged tips of South-West England, lies the first leg of the route!  Take a leisurely pedal, or give it yaldi on each route, but don't be fooled - it covers over 960 miles, of trail - total.  Whatever  you choose, do it in moderation, you don't want to burn out.  Though there are no rules or restrictions, it is not for the faint hearted.  On average it takes around 9 days to complete (around 100-130 miles a day) - I can feel my legs screaming as I type this!  And it doesn't treat you well to begin with, as the steep climbs are immediate!  The statutory route is usually as follows: Lands End to Okehampton, Okehampton to Bath, Bath to Ludlow, Ludlow to Haydock, (now you're halfway) - Haydock to Penrith, Penrith to Hamilton, Hamilton to Fort William, Fort William  to Kyle of Sutherland and lastly, Kyle of Sutherland to John O'Groats! The further North you get, you better hope you packed tactically!  As the towns get few and far between, the locals become ginger, intimidating and Scottish, and the weather is so unpredictable, you could experience all 4 seasons at their most extreme, in 30 minutes!  You need to expect the unexpected, so lets talk bikepacking tips: 1.  Weight a minute!  How does your bike feel?  Do your research and join forums, don't make things harder on yourself by lugging unnecessary weight up hill and around the country.  You'll not enjoy it and it'll certainly become borderline impossible to complete your journey. 2. Midgies! The further North you get, the bigger and badder they get! So keep your sensitive bits in completely off limits!  As mentioned previously, the weather will produce tropical results, so be prepared, don't layer up!  Your cycle attire should be performance material.  Take your skin so soft, tea lights and snoods! 3. Take your time.  What's the rush? To be honest, with all the uphill you wont be going anywhere fast to begin with, but enjoy the views. embrace mother nature.  You're likely to encounter some mechanical issues, which will cost you time.  Don't let it deflate you're mood. 4. You're on a 'see food, eat food' diet!  You need to keep both your energy and morale up.  Mechanical bike issues aren't always avoidable, but body issues are.   If you fail to eat every couple of hours - you're already starving without even knowing. Injuries will become more likely and although we suggest taking you're time, the ride will become a struggle rather than a leisurely pace. 5. Buy the best.  Everyone's budgets and opinions of what does the job performance wise is different, but if you put the money in at the beginning of your trip, ensuring you have a sturdy tent, bike accessorises and clothing, you won't need to spend much at all throughout your journey.  In this case, money does buy you happiness! If you're about to embark on a little expedition around LEJOG, or have already been, let us know!  Send us a picture, or design you're own custom jersey to commemorate the journey! Here's some we made earlier :)   Pro spec - Lejog Macmillian - Lejog LEJOG (Lyle and Jen) St Margarets Hospice (LEJOG)      
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  4. Charity Cycling Jerseys

    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.

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  5. Tour de Yorkshire

    Tour de Yorkshire

    Backup_of_Tour de Yorkshire 2 FR Tour De Yorkshire FR   We noticed a lot of you are desperate for a Yorkshire cycling jersey so we've come to the rescue and done what we do best - design a cycle jersey!!  If you're doing the Maserati tour de Yorkshire ride at the end of the month, there's still time to get one from our website. The 3rd edition of this famous Tour de Yorkshire will commence in just 10 days! Accumulating a total of 304 miles over 3 stages (1 a day) and this year, riders get to experience all 4 corners of the county - including previous Tour de France routes.  With teams and riders announced, you can expect a spectating audience of approximately 2 million people. Here's how it works: Stage 1: 173 km, 3 climbs and 2 sprints Beginning at Bridlington Spa, riders will head to Poklington for the first of the stages intense sprint.  And if that wasn't hard enough, it's straight into the first 2 King of the Mountain climbs (Cote de Garrowby Hill & Cote de Goathland), before a 'leisurely' coastal pedal to recuperate the legs before 1 more wee climb, into the final sprint into Scarborough for the legendary finish along the North Bay. Stage 2: 122.5km, 1 climb and 2 sprints Slightly less gruelling than stage 1, but don't let your guard down!  Men and women will face the exact same stage - starting in Tadcaster.  The first sprint is up for grabs at Knaresborough.  The only climb of the stage takes place on Cote de Lofthouse, leading to Ripon for the last stage sprint; which leads to Harrogate (Parliament Street), where all the action will happen. Stage 3: 194.5km, 8 climns and 2 sprints. Aw mann, this hurts to read, never mind tackling it!  The start line briefly joins the 2014 Tour de France route at Burley -in -Wharfedale before heading into the famous Yorkshire Dales. The first of 8 climbs begins in the town of Skipton, second on the cobbled terrain up Haworth's main street - leading to climbs 3 and 4 taking them to Cote de Shibden Wall.  This will certainly crack the initial foundation of the rider peloton, so there's one last sprint before a torturous 22km of constant climbs - eventually finishing at Fox Valley.    
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  6. How to order a Custom Cycle Jersey

    FAQ's

    1. Can you give me a rough idea of how much the jerseys will cost? 2. I have my own artwork. Will this speed up my order? Yep!  As long as the artwork follows our required format. 3. I don’t know how to do the artwork and have no one to do it for me. Can you help?  Of course (it happens a lot), as long as you can provide us with a rough drawing or word format with clear descriptions of your desired jersey. 4. How do I know which size to order?  Follow our guide here. 5. Will I see what the jersey looks like before you make it?  You will indeed!  We'll put your design into an email template, once you're happy we'll post a mini fabric sample over, just to double check one last time that you're happy with design and colours. 6. Am I restricted on what fonts I use or how many colours numbers I put on the jersey for digital printing?  Nope!  No colour limits - at all and if we don't have a supply of the font you require, we just ask you supply us with it. 7. Can we have individual names on each jersey?  It's another yes from me!  But it'll cost ya - only another £2.  We ask you to provide us with a list of the individual names as you want them to appear on the jersey and we'll import it to the design.  This avoids any errors on our behalf. 8. How long does it take to get custom jerseys made?  Turnaround time is around 2 weeks.  Although on occasion can be done quicker if you have a deadline to meet. 9. Will my jerseys’ colour fade when I wash it?  Nope, they're life line is eternity! (unless you take a dive  off the bike).  Sublimation means the ink is embedded so there is no such thing as fading, peeling or cracking. 10. Can you replicate existing designs?  Yes.  If you're moving to us from another supplier we can easily copy the design over into our format. 11. Can we exchange custom clothing?  Sorry, no we cannot do this as custom clothing is specifically made to order.
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  7. 2 Veterans, 2 Trikes and 10 grueling days

    Here's why Laura and Patrick are taking on such a challenging task: LAURALaura Ellis 1st Regiment, The Royal Horse Artillery (RHA) 19th Regiment, The Royal Artillery (The Highland Gunners)  Job Roles: Remover and Reviver Operator Artillery Logistics Command Post (CP) Signals Pipe and Drums Discharged: September 2012 I joined the British Army in 2008, and went in to the Royal Artillery as a Artillery Signaller. I was a member of B Battery, 1st RHA. This wasn’t to be my only job, as I was deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 as a Remover and Reviver 3 Operator. Later on during my career I was part of Artillery Logistics, as well as the Pipes and Drums. My first tour was from 2009 until 2010. I spent Christmas away from my two girls. I was attached to the 1st Battalion, Grenadier Guards, who were based in Forward Operating Base (FOB) Shawquat in Helmand. The FOB was integrated into an old castle within the middle of the town. In 2011 I was diagnosed with nocturnal epilepsy. This meant I could no longer do my job to the fullest. In 2015 I was diagnosed with a mental health injury which I’m still undergoing treatment for to this date. In February 2016 I was rushed in to hospital as I’d lost most of the feeling in my body from the waist down. This was due to Cauda Equina, and so underwent emergency surgery to remove the L4 and L5 discs leaving me with ongoing lower back problems. I now live in West Lothian, Scotland, with my kids, partner and my assistance dog, Scout. I’m not currently working due to my on going physical and mental health problems. My aim is to start my own dog walking business, and raise as much money for military charities as possible. Quay.   PATRICKName – Patrick Medhurst-Feeney Age – 27 Lives in – Plymouth Served In – British Army, 8 years Regiment – Royal Army Veterinary Corp (RAVC) Job Role(s) – Veterinary Technician, Protection Dog Handler, Vehicle Search Dog Handler Medically Discharged – March 2016 I joined the Army in 2008, aged 19, into the RAVC as a Veterinary Technician. I carried out this role most of my career, as well as completing dog handling courses, and carrying these out in an operational role in Afghanistan. I did my first tour of Afghanistan in 2011 aged 22. I had my 22nd birthday whilst I was out there. After this tour of duty, I was injured whilst on adventurous training with my squadron during our 3 month ‘stand down’ period after the tour. This led to numerous injuries through my career, and whilst on my 2nd deployment to Afghanistan in 2013 I was involved in a non-combat accident that led to me be flown back to the UK. I started an intensive treatment program that got me to where I am today. In March 2016, I was medically discharged from the Army. I have always been an animal lover and enjoy my sport. Mostly watching now rather than being involved. I now live in Plymouth with my wife and 5 dogs. I’m not currently working while I still receive treatment for my physical and mental health problems. My aim is to be a cricket coach, and promote disability sport in the community.
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  8. Ride for Michael

    Michael Bonney

    MB Those of you who know Michael will be aware that he is a key figure in the UK bicycle industry.  He has steered the ship at Orange Mountain Bikes on a daily basis, for over 10 years.  He has championed many causes, people and ideas; both inside and outside of the cycle trade.  To all who know him personally or professionally, even those who just know him by reputation, the news of his accident was - and still is, as raw and grievous as the moment it happened. March 3rd, 2013 - probably just a normal day for the majority of us?  But unfortunately, this is when Michael's life changed  forever.  It started just the same as it may have done for yourselves; he was participating in his local Eden Valley Sportive, when he took a tumble from his bike.  Only he didn't bounce back, have a chuckle and look over his shoulder to see if anyone had seen him this time.  Immediately attended to by doctors at the scene, Michael was airlifted to hospital. X-rays confirmed Michael had completely fractured the C3 vertebrae as well as subsequent spinal cord damage, making him Tetraplegic; paralysed from the neck down and fully dependent on a ventilator to breathe. March 22nd, 2013 - the first milestone, in the next chapter of their life together; lifelong partner Linzi, became Mrs Bonney.  Although Michael will not regain the use of his arms and legs again, he has continued to beat the statistics and predictions of the doctors looking over him - gaining some control over his ability to breath without assistance AND he's back in work mode, providing consultancy services for a variety of projects in the bike industry and  beyond. Through the Ride for Michael Fund YOU have made everything possible for Michael to live as much as a normal life as possible, from remodelling his home and garage, to giving him a custom made Renault Van to accommodate his wheelchair.  Unfortunately he will continue to need as much support as possible from all who are willing - please  visit Ride for Michael and help give him all he deserves ride for MB orange frontride for MB pink front
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  9. Tweed Valley Physiotherapy

    Happy Customers tweed valley physiotherapyWe love knowing all our hard work pays off and our customers are excited to wear their quality custom designed jerseys!  The guys and girls at Tweed Valley Physiotherapy were lovely enough to drop us a line of thanks – ‘Thanks for the jerseys – they are great!!  It’s having its first ride out at the Tweedlove International Enduro this weekend and also at the GT7.  Thanks again – great service!’ CHEESERR!  Awesome feedback and have fun this weekend! The Tweedlove International Enduro that many of our customers are participating in is headlining this weekend in Peebles; with 600 of the fastest UK and International riders coming to ride on Scottish soil.  Keep your eyes peeled, because as usual we’ve kitted a lot of riders out including our very own team riders. P.S. If you have any injuries or little niggles that are giving you bother, check Tweed Valley Physiotherapy out!  Their magic hands will fix you up and you’ll be on top form to kick butt for the rest of race season!
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ABOUT TCJ

High quality digital printing technology has evolved over the years and we have the facility to utilise it to the max. So we use it unlike most others! Initially to produce our own cycle jerseys, mainly for races, enduros and just plain fun. Most of all we just wanted something different to wear on the trails that subtly whispered our likes and dislikes, our joy of the sport and desire to be creative with it.

Trouble is, we kept getting nagged for jerseys from friends and fellow riders......It didn't take much of that to realise there was a demand for these quirky and limited edition designs we were wearing, so it began to dawn on us that we should go for it. Go large. Thanks to the help and encouragement from the fine companies you see in the following pages, we finally got ourself together and brought our designs to the public at large - and created TheCycleJersey.com ...Read More

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