That can be made to order / customised?
you’d think that’s the sort of thing somebody in New Zealand would be doing?
Portland Cycle Wear, but they’re not MUSA and the owner is a bit of a grouch, they did the original fixed.org.au jerseys
Kiwicyclist’s mum, NZ made. (Aspiring Cyclewear)
Lab Gear (Sydney)
The idea of getting Wheatsheaf Hotel jerseys made has been thrown around, but it might get too expensive…
Also, if you get Aspiring jerseys, Stu, recent star of ‘helmets are hot, hand signals are hotter’, can model them for you.
The things you do for family.
Seriously though she is looking at doing custom orders but would need to do about 10 to make it worthwhile. Also she’s just done some samples with knitted collars and cuffs and I’m in the process of getting a sample with “Brunswick” in black and white flocked to use for racing/training at DISC etc.
PM me if you want to know more.
Another member with grey hair… that’s a relief
There are more grey haired, wool wearing, steel riders here than you think…
Only have a few random grey hairs. My girlfriend likes pointing them out.
Because it’s better than lycra.
jolan if you end up getting a batch done up, and need people to fill the order pm me with details
plus arnt the B&C crews jerseys wool? might be cool to ask them about it
lycra is faster
but it isnt:
- as warm when wet
- as comfortable
- retro-chic :roll:
and try finding a plain or simple good quality lycra jersey
One of them you can wear for a week and not stink up the place.
This is my biggest concern with lycra gear… I hate all the fucking logos!
The DHB brand from wiggle is great: fits well, looks almost as good as Assos, and is really cheap. These have to be the best value padded long bibs available, I’ve had mine all winter and recommend, but they are actaully a bit too warm for me in Sydney, as they have a good fleecy lining, probably well suited to Melbourne mornings though.
The LS jersey is great too.
Capo Forma is your friend.
Where from, how much? Post links, be useful.
What city are you in? Support your LBS and my good mate JS or PM once you’ve seen it instore.
78 Port Stephens St, Raymond Terrace
02 4987 7170
353 Liverpool Rd, Ashfield
Bike Addiction 380 Pittwater Rd, North Manly
Bike Bar Bondi 225 Oxford St, Woollahra
349 Pacific Hwy, North Sydney
11 Burwood Rd, Burwood
Cheeky Monkey Multisport
28 Clovelly Rd, Randwick
Clarence St Cyclery 104 Clarence St, Sydney CBD
Cranks Bike Store
283 Alfred St, North Sydney
24-58 Box Rd, Taren Point
0405 123 153
King of the Mountain Cyclery
178 Military Rd, Neutral Bay
Shop 9/43-45 Burns Bay Rd, Lane Cove
516 Bridge Rd, Richmond
03 9421 5353
Le Spit Cyclery
20 Spit Rd, Mosman
Shop 1/2, 360 Kingsway, Caringbah
208 Parramatta Road, Stanmore
Trek Bicycle Store
Rouse Hill Town Centre, Rouse Hill
1366 Pacific Hwy, Turramurra
Shop 2, 738 Darling St, Rozelle
82 Oxford Street, Paddington
2/2 Ghan Rd, Alice Springs
08 8953 7297
Bicycle Riders 600 Wynnum Rd, Morningside
07 3899 8232
Coast Cyclery 3/256 Nicklin Way, Warana
07 5493 5266
3a/2172 Gold Coast Highway, Miami
07 5572 8831
Top Brand Cycles
200 Charters Towers Rd, Hermit Park
07 4725 42691
Lifecycle 276 Petrie Tce, Brisbane
07 3831 2611
208 Days Rd, Grange
07 3352 3844
Yellow Jersey Bike Shop 122 Glebe Rd, Booval
07 3281 0055
Bicycle Express 124 Hailfax St, Adelaide
08 8232 7277
Corsa Cycle Centre 182 Gouger St, Adelaide
08 8221 5068
JT Cycles Adelaide 266-274 Pulteney St, Adelaide
08 8359 2755
JT Cycles Brighton 391 Brighton Rd, Hove
08 8358 1500
Mega Bike 102 King William Rd, Hyde Park
08 8272 0422
Super Elliotts Cycles 200 Rundle St, Adelaide
08 8223 3946
105 George St, Launceston
03 6331 3377
466 Macquarie St, Hobart
03 6224 6533
Bike Now 100 Park St, South Melbourne
03 9696 8588
Cecil Walker Cycles 395 Elizabeth St, Melbourne
03 9328 1720
De Grandi Cycle & Sport
419 Moorabool St, Geelong
03 5221 5099
Spoke(n) 112 Carlisle St, St Kilda
03 9537 0522
Total Rush 345 Punt Rd, Richmond
03 9421 0070
Fleet Cycles 66 Adelaide St, Fremantle
08 9430 5414
Fleet Cycles Perth 563 Wellington St, Perth
08 9481 5448