Designing a Custom Cycling JerseyOur bible quote –‘simple is powerful…’ Tips for Designing a Custom Cycling Jersey; the process is simple; we provide the template and you can design your own cycling jersey - however you like! Sublimation print allows for limitless colour choices and numerous logo/ image positions. There’s only one catch! To avoid any potential artwork charges - artwork must be supplied in a print ready format = logos should be supplied in print ready format (AI, EPS, SVG or COREL). Some PDF files will be suitable if they contain vector files. JPEG PSD PNG or TIFF files can be used also but they must be at least 150dpi at actual size Once you’ve gathered your artwork and downloaded the template, the rest is easy. Stick to the following guidelines and the process will be slick and effortless:
- Concept is key – why not consider matching custom bib shorts too?
- Think about the angles across all sizes!
- Bear in mind seam allowance - Trying to match patterns across the body panels – chest, back and sides – is easy. However, from the body to the sleeves and collar is… REALLY DAMN HARD. So avoid this area or create a pattern that's abstract enough to accommodate a bit of movement across these seams, without ruining the overall look.
- Mini Samples - you should always take the extra step and try to see the colour on the fabric before starting full production. That's why we have a full Pantone blanket of each fabric we use so that we can choose colours with confidence.
Well it won't be long and the 2015 STRATHPUFFER will be upon us. We are entering again this year as Team TCJ and not too sure what we are letting ourself in for. 24 hours of sheer hell!! There is a wee link below to a previous years racing at the Strathpuffer. Please click on the link to the left to watch the movie. You will definitely get a laugh. STRATHPUFFER HISTORY The Strathpuffer started in 2005 - it was meant to be a one off local event but somehow TEN years later it has become a national event with a legendary status Over the years there has been every possible type of weather conditions - gales that blew away marquees, iced roads, 2ft of snow the week before the event, temperatures down to minus 10 degrees, rain, hail and even sunshine . . . . you get the picture but then if theres going to be a 24 hour event in the Highlands of Scotland in the middle of winter what can you expect! Also check out these amazing jerseys which will be available for purchase at the event.Read more...