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  1. Team Rider to Represent Merida Bicycles UK

      Kyle Beattie (aka stokagegram) gave us a little insight about his past and future riding, as he now represents Merida Bikes UK! Mum and Dad were always rad at taking us out on bikes when we were younger and I absolutely loved it!  I got my first mountain bike which was a Showgun Gategrasher 200 Hardtail which was too fun and I got hooked on riding my bike.  I was always balancing all my sports, as I was originally an Ice Hockey player.  I can't explain how stoked I am to have the best support in the business from my amazing sponsors: Basecamp Bikes, thecyclejersey, Merida Bicycles UK  and Bawbags Underwear. I can't wait for this season!  Too stoked!  I am still pretty new to this enduro stuff, but loving it.  Coming off the back winning the senior overall in the Scottish Enduro Series 2016.  I will be moving into racing elite and couldn't be more stoked for the races!  Can't explain how stoked I am to now be riding for Merida! My plans for the 2017 season are, to be at the rest of the Scottish Enduro Series and some more No Fuss events and potentially some XC races too.  My new Merida One-Sixty 8000 is ridiculously rad!  The best bike I've ever ridden.  It's a whole other level.  The servicing from my dudes at Basecamp Bikes is incredibly good; keeping my bike running perfectly all the time. For 2017 my main goal is to try to get some top 5 elite results in the SES and work towards podium finishes. Pssst.. If you're fancying yourself a bit of Merida too, check out this How to Choose a Bike blog, first!
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  2. Scottish Enduro Series

    Scottish Enduro Series 2017

      SES TCJ PODIUMNo Fuss is helping aid the success of the previous 3 years of this Scottish Enduro Series and growing the series from strength to strength; building life long partnerships across the industry. With the first round of  SES just around the corner at Fort William - you can expect more or less the same as last years event; a balanced mixture of technical, physical and enjoyable stages and let's not forget the weather!  The series will continue to mimic the style format as EWS - practise runs in on Saturday and race day Sunday. Scotland is home to some of the most insane and adrenaline pumping MTB trails in the UK.  Can you believe last year held an unbelievable record for the least amount of Enduro sign ups?  Fortunately we can't say the same for this series in particular  - with 6 unpredictable stages and plenty of craic with like minded people, you're bound to have an unforgettable experience. This is certainly on the Must-Do list of Enduros for the year!  Get your enduro style jersey here    
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  3. Help for Heroes MacAvalanche 2017 Team

    Battle Back Centre for Armed Forces

    h4h MacAvalanche RaceWe would like to take special notice of certain individuals who are very fond of our service to produce quality garments; an extraordinary team of XC and Enduro riders - Battle Back.  Co-founded and partnered by Help for Hero's and the Royal British Legion, the opportunity to participate in adaptive and adventurous sports would not be possible without the help of  these two organisations; helping with the financial support and marketing and design for the Battle Back Centres.  Battle Back Centres exist to help support wounded, injured and sick Service personnel.  They aim to help  Service personnel and veterans to achieve the best possible recovery and if possible, return to duty.  They also take pride in ensuring each individual can comfortably and safely return to civilian life, if their time in the Armed Forces has come to an end due to their illness or injury.  Within the MOD there are many avenues to help and the work they do certainly brings out the best results - just keep reading to see! This year, the team are heading North of the Border and visiting the phenomenal Glencoe Mountain for one of the most famous No Fuss events - Macavalanche.  The 8 strong team were selected during 5 monthly training weekends where their riding skills were slowly improved and assessed to ensure that no one was out of their depth.   Twenty-five hopefuls tried out and the team selected itself as the weeks went on. The mass start stage presented our biggest problem of the whole challenge. We knew that the snowfall had been very light this year and that meant that there was a significant distance between the top chairlift and the snowy start-line. Our team had a range of physical injuries, lower limb trauma from explosions, gunshot wounds, sports damage and spinal impairment. Others on the team suffer from mental injuries which make them vulnerable in high stress situations and anxious about being in crowds. The task of climbing the mountain whilst towing the trike and carrying two bikes at a time really stretched the team to its limits. Just when we thought we were going to have to settle for starting further down the hill, some of the other riders came to our aid, dropping off their own bikes and coming back down the hill to help us. Without doubt, this action saved the day and got us to the start point in time for the 1500hrs kick off. It clearly showed what a cracking bunch of people the MTB Enduro community are. The prize giving was truly memorable, Frazer Coupland gave me the opportunity to thank all those who had helped us out and then, totally unexpectedly, one of our team made it to the podium, the crowd went wild and the team were jubilant. What a way to finish off the event and what an epic event to be part of. The process of designing and selecting the team jersey was an ordeal in itself, change after change and no one could agree. Once we had finalised the design the manufacture and delivery flowed seamlessly. It is always a proud moment when the team wear their colours for the first time and for this event they were outstanding.    
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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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