Isolation inspiration: Do try this at home

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We’ve been taking a closer look at some of our favourite designs and putting them into mini themed collections. This week, the theme is Do try this at home.

We’ve picked out some of our designs based around the theme of activities we can still all do – lockdown or no lockdown.

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Quality screen time – the world may have moved on from the video cassette, but T-120, with its promise of pure sound quality and glorious hi-tech TV test bars, is our tribute to this once-mighty technology. And the colours look fantastic.

 

Visit your vinyl – music on vinyl has never really gone away and now it’s cooler than ever. Spin is our graphic tribute to the Long Playing album, spinning at 33 rpm. Spin is currently on special offer, reduced from £25 to £15.

 

Spice up your walls – take a look at our modernly minimalist wall art. Based around our t-shirts designs, themes include motorsport, cycling, ski and snow.

 

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Our WFH t-shirts are meant as a bit of light relief, to let the world know you’re not just bingeing on Netflix and chocolate – you’re playing your part in keeping your country going.

 

Smarten up your loungewear – low-key and smart, our MiO organic t-shirts are the perfect choice when you want to look your best without trying too hard.

Beautifully finished and extremely comfortable, the organic ringspun combed cotton finish is also easier on the planet. MiO is available in six different contemporary colours.

 

Need for speed? – the world of Grand Prix might be on hold right now – but how would the world’s great racing circuits look if you reproduced them at home? Our Slot Car Italy design reproduces Italy’s Monza race circuit as a slot-racing track.

 

 

Get out there – we’re still allowed to exercise so make the most of it. You don’t have to be a cycling superstar – if you’ve been out there beating your own personal best or just trundling around the block, in our eyes you’re a Velo Star.

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Staying with cycling – the full-on cycling kit can be a bit, well, sudden for casual wear. Sometimes you need something a little more laid-back.

Sporting an embroidered cycling motif, VeloPolo is beautifully made in 100% organic cotton black picquet, with burgundy and white tipped collars and sleeves. Sharp-looking, sporty and discrete, it’s perfect for any occasion.

Take a look at all of our Do try this at home designs here.

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Isolation inspiration: Graphic twist

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We’ve been taking a closer look at some of our favourite designs and putting them into mini themed collections. This week, the theme is Graphic Twist.
A graphic twist is when a design has used elements in an unexpected way, so that things aren’t always what they seem – making for a more distinctive or intriguing design. So here’s our graphic twist mini collection –

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Our new Alpe d’Huez shirt celebrates one of the most famous climbs in cycling. The design started with a capital ‘A’ (for Alp), which we cut in half and used as a mountain, with the distressed pattern at the top of the A reflecting the increasingly rugged scenery as the climb progresses. The zig zag shape represents the 21 famous u-turns the riders need to negotiate on the climb.

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Staying with cycling, our RainRider t-shirt uses diagonal lines laid over a cycling symbol – and the eye immediately sees it as a cyclist riding through rain. The French caption (France being the spiritual home of cycling) is accompanied by the red, white and blue colours of the rain, bringing to mind the French flag.
Our C90 design takes elements from the early days of cassette players – speaker, tape counter, record button, wood surround – and reassembles them into an image which is contemporary in style, but retro in content. Vintage tech brought bang up to date – it’s available as a t-shirt and also a poster.

For our BBQ Star t-shirt, we wanted a decorative design that also tied into the idea of heroic barbecuing. Distressed grey circles of charcoal lie over a fiery red and orange star – the elements are both decorative and representative. We also have this design on a sky blue t-shirt where the charcoal is blue – so not quite so representative – but it looked so good we printed it anyway. You can see them both here.

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Watching mountain-bike lights disappear into a pitch-black forest was the inspiration behind Night Run. We translated the dazzling effect of the lights – white at the front, red at the rear – into overlapping concentric circles, creating a shimmering Op Art style design.

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Our Flat Out design shows the top speed of the world’s fastest production cars in 1967, 1987, 2005 and 2020 as a sharp-looking infographic.
It doesn’t fully explain itself -it’s a bit of a conversation starter. Once people have figured it out (it helps if they’re petrolheads), they still have to guess the cars. And when they’ve done that, you’re still left with a great looking t-shirt (or poster).
We went for style over accuracy in our Over & Out design, which features a strictly non-technical but nonetheless good-looking graphic illustrating the fundamental differences between oversteer and understeer. Any concerns we may have had about our customers taking to this minimalist approach have been pushed aside by the fact that its our biggest-selling t-shirt in 2020 👍👍🏼👍🏾
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Alpe d’Huez longsleeve

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One of the most famous climbs in cycling, Alpe d’Huez is best known for its 21 hairpin bends that riders have to negotiate whilst ascending – with each bend having a number and the name of a former Tour de France stage winner. It’s a 14km climb covering an ascent of 1120 metres and topping out at a windy 1860 metres.

With its dramatic scenery and mountain-top finish the climb has long been a Tour de France favourite. With up to 500,000 spectators filling the mountain on raceday it can often be boisterous and borderline chaotic – but the fans love it.

Alpe d’Huez’s fame has also made it popular with amateur cyclists, with up to 1,000 cyclists a day attempting the climb in the summer season.

Our design uses half of an A (for Alp) to show the mountain and its hairpin turns, becoming more wild and broken up as the climb reaches its 1860m summit.

Screen printed onto a longsleeve heather navy blue 100% organic cotton t-shirt. Alpe d’Huez is also available in shortsleeve heather ice blue and shortsleeve dark grey.

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Alpe d’Huez dark grey

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One of the most famous climbs in cycling, Alpe d’Huez is best known for its 21 hairpin bends that riders have to negotiate whilst ascending – with each bend having a number and the name of a former Tour de France stage winner. It’s a 14km climb covering an ascent of 1120 metres and topping out at a windy 1860 metres.

With its dramatic scenery and mountain-top finish the climb has long been a Tour de France favourite. With up to 500,000 spectators filling the mountain on raceday it can often be boisterous and borderline chaotic – but the fans love it.

Alpe d’Huez’s fame has also made it popular with amateur cyclists, with up to 1,000 cyclists a day attempting the climb in the summer season.

Our design uses half of an A (for Alp) to show the mountain and its hairpin turns, becoming more wild and broken up as the climb reaches its 1860m summit.

Screen printed onto a dark grey 100% organic ringspun combed cotton t-shirt. Alpe d’Huez is also available in heather ice blue, and heather navy-blue longsleeve.

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Alpe d’Huez heather blue

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One of the most famous climbs in cycling, Alpe d’Huez is best known for its 21 hairpin bends that riders have to negotiate whilst ascending – with each bend having a number and the name of a former Tour de France stage winner. It’s a 14km climb covering an ascent of 1120 metres and topping out at a windy 1860 metres.

With its dramatic scenery and mountain-top finish the climb has long been a Tour de France favourite. With up to 500,000 spectators filling the mountain on raceday it can often be boisterous and borderline chaotic – but the fans love it.

Alpe d’Huez’s fame has also made it popular with amateur cyclists, with up to 1,000 cyclists a day attempting the climb in the summer season.

Our design uses half of an A (for Alp) to show the mountain and its hairpin turns, becoming more wild and broken up as the climb reaches its 1860m summit.

Screen printed onto a 100% organic ringspun combed cotton t-shirt, in a heather ice blue colour. Alpe d’Huez is also available in dark grey and heather navy-blue longsleeve.

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washingmachinepost

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“the quality of cycling art and design has improved dramatically over the past few years, currently culminating in the latest offering from T-lab”

The washingmachinepost is the world’s longest running cycling blog, containing the thoughts and experiences of Islay-based ‘famous member of the cycling media’ and ‘ageing velocipedinist’ Brian Palmer. If you like to read about cyclists and all things cycling it’s an interesting and informative place to spend some time, written as it is in Brian’s own personable style, which is refreshingly free of corporate jargon (and that’s putting it mildly).

We were very pleased then when washingmachinepost reviewed our new cycling posters, describing them as possessing ‘superlative graphic quality’, amongst other things. It is a thoughtful and wide ranging piece, ranging from Rapha’s first office through to the strictures of mrs washingmachinepost, via Brian’s bedroom wall.

You can see more of washingmachinepost here and all of our new poster range here.

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Ventoux

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Ventoux is our tribute to France’s Mont Ventoux (‘Windy Mountain’), one of the most famous climbs in cycling.

Ventoux can be climbed from several different starting points, the most popular being the village of Bédoin. From there its a 21km ride, with an ascent of 1,639m – topping out at a very windy 1,912m. Top professionals can do the climb in around an hour. Mere mortals should allow longer – a lot longer.

Our Ventoux poster is an A3 print available unframed, or mounted and framed in a contemporary black wooden 20″ x 30″ frame. Digitally printed onto FSC-approved 230gsm white matt art paper.

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Stelvio

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Our Stelvio poster celebrates Italy’s Passa del Stelvio, one of the most famous climbs in cycling. Starting from the town of Prato at 950 metres high, the Stelvio Pass climbs to 2,757 metres, a 24km ride with an ascent of 1,808m. The scenery is stunning, the climb is non-stop, the weather is changeable and just for fun the very steepest part of the climb comes right at the end.

Stelvio is an A3 print available unframed, or mounted and framed in a contemporary black wooden 20″ x 30″ frame. Digitally printed onto high quality FSC-approved 230gsm white matt art paper.

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Paris-Roubaix

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Our Paris-Roubaix poster is a tribute to the famously punishing Paris-Roubaix race run each April on the cobbled roads of Northern France. It is one of the ‘monuments’ of the cycling calendar, presenting a unique set of technical challenges and providing an intense and gripping race.

The effect of the cobbles is reflected in our design with an offset bike graphic (in red, white and blue, naturellement) which echoes the movement of bike and rider as they hold their grip on the fearsome looking road. Is it one rider or three? It’s just one – riding the Paris-Roubaix.

The Paris-Roubaix poster is an A3 print, available unframed or mounted and framed in a contemporary black wooden 20″ x 30″ frame. Digitally printed onto high quality FSC-approved 230gsm white matt art paper.

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RainRider

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Rain – it’s not really the cyclist’s friend. It makes the roads slippy, it blurs your vision, it’s cold and it’s clingy. Yet when you’re still 20 miles from home there’s not much you can do about it, except carry on like the pro you are. And maybe swear a little bit : )

Our RainRider long-sleeve t-shirt is screen printed in the UK onto 100% cotton shirts. It’s also available as a short-sleeve t-shirt here.

• Classic fit
• 40º machine wash

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RainRider

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Rain – it’s not really the cyclist’s friend. It makes the roads slippy, it blurs your vision, it’s cold and it’s clingy. Yet when you’re still 20 miles from home there’s not much you can do about it, except carry on like the pro you are. And maybe swear a little bit : )

Our RainRider t-shirt is screen printed in the UK onto 100% organic ringcomb cotton shirts. It’s also available as a long-sleeve t-shirt here.

• Classic fit
• 40º machine wash

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Col du Tourmalet

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The Col du Tourmalet (‘col’ means ‘collar’ or ‘pass’ in French) is the highest paved mountain road in the Fench Pyrenees, famous for its association with the Tour de France.

Up until 1910, it was just another rocky mountain pass. Shortly before that, Alphonse Steinès, a colleague of Tour de France organiser Henri Desgrange, set out to evaluate if the Col could be employed for the Tour. Alphonse was abandoned by his driver at 600 metres, on account of the very real risk of wild bears. Unabashed he proceeded on foot, before becoming lost in the dark, falling into a river and almost freezing to death. On being rescued by a search party he telegraphed Desgrange to say that the route was ‘perfectly feasible’ and the Tour duly paid 3,000 francs to turn the goat track into a road passable by vehicles. The famous Col du Tourmalet was born.

In 1910, the first Tour rider to win the stage was Frenchman Octave Lapize. He was close to collapse at the summit finish and is rumoured to have called the Tour organisers ‘Assassins!’ for concocting such a difficult route. There is a large statue of Octave, gasping for breath, at the summit today.

 

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The climb naturally proved to be a major attraction for spectators, and has since been included in the Tour more times than any other pass. It is one of the three great climbs of the Tour, along with Mont Ventoux and Alpe d’huez.

Its fame means that thousands of amateur cyclists tackle the Col every year. Most riders choose to approach the climb from the west, starting at Luz-Saint Sauveur. Its a 19km climb, with an average gradient of 7.4%. What makes the climb so difficult is that there are very few flat spots on the climb to let the rider recover. After the village of Bareges, almost at the half-way point, the scenery becomes spectacular, although the weather is unpredictable and you may find yourself riding through icy fog, even in summertime. The last few hundred metres are, of course, the steepest ones!

Once at the top, you can bask in the knowledge that you have climbed a piece of cycling history, and claim your stamp from the little summit shop.

The Col du Tourmalet is celebrated in our Tourmalet t-shirt, available in cobalt blue or race-leading yellow – take a closer look here.

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Get him a gift that gets him

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The world would be a lesser place without Dads. The fixer uppers, the school runners, the cheerer uppers. So with Father’s Day approaching, we’ve been looking through our collection to pick out some designs that are particularly Dad friendly. So whether your Dad is a music lover, cycling fan, BBQ Star or travel enthusiast, you can get him a gift that gets him.

C90 – for Music Dad

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The name C90 comes from the 90-minute cassette format – just enough to get a full album on each side. (If you don’t know what an album is, ask your Dad.) It’s our retro-styled tribute to this brilliant piece of tech, which in its 1980s heyday was the world’s favourite music format and sold by the billion. You can buy C90 here.

BBQ Star – for BBQ Hero Dad

Nothing beats a good barbecue. And cooking well on a charcoal barbecue is something of an art form, although luckily its a skill that most Dads think they possess.

Well fair enough – our BBQ Star design is a tribute to all those charcoal-smudged, hot-handed heroes making it happen over a hot grill and a cold beer. You can buy BBQ Star, in Charcoal Grey or Sky Blue, here.

Tourmalet – for Cycling Dad

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Our Tourmalet shirt is inspired by the legendary Col du Tourmalet cycling climb in the French Pyrenees. Topping out at 2,115 metres, Tourmalet is one of the most famous climbs on the Tour de France, having been included more than any other pass.

Depending on your direction, Tourmalet is a 17-19km climb, with an average gradient of 7.4%. The pros can do it in about 1 hour. Your Dad – maybe a little longer. You can but Tourmalet, in yellow or blue, here.

Tuk Tuk – for Adventurer Dad

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Our Tuk Tuk t-shirt (or Autos, or Bajaji, or Rakshas depending on where you are) celebrates everything we like about these nippy and versatile little vehicles. Often customised by their owners, we love the way traditional Asian decor rubs shoulders with western-style ads for takeaway restaurants and mobile phones, creating a happy riot of mixed-media confusion. You can buy Tuk Tuk here.

T-120 – for Film Buff Dad

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There’s something cool about recently-retro technology (OK, it could just be us. And your Dad.) – the world may have moved on from the video cassette, but T-120, with its promise of pure sound quality and glorious hi-tech TV test bars, is our tribute to this once-mighty technology. The colours look fantastic, and you can buy it here.

There’s lots more ideas for Dads in our mens t-shirt section, including t-shirts for car lovers, ski addicts, beach lovers and more here.

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Tourmalet

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Our Tourmalet shirt is inspired by the legendary Col du Tourmalet cycling climb in the French Pyrenees. Topping out at 2,115 metres, Tourmalet is one of the most famous climbs on the Tour de France, having been included more than any other pass.

Depending on your direction, Tourmalet is a 17-19km climb, with an average gradient of 7.4%. The steeper parts – reaching up to 11.5% – come at the end of the climb. Then you can claim your Col du Tourmalet stamp from the little shop at the top.

• also available in yellow.
• soft 100% cotton shirt
• machine wash
• team it with our Faro navy shorts

Please note this t-shirt has a slightly slimmer cut than our standard t-shirts – see here for sizing.

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Tourmalet

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Our Tourmalet shirt is inspired by the legendary Col du Tourmalet cycling climb in the French Pyrenees. Topping out at 2,115 metres, Tourmalet is one of the most famous climbs on the Tour de France, having been included more than any other pass.

Depending on your direction, Tourmalet is a 17-19km climb, with an average gradient of 7.4%. The steeper parts – reaching up to 11.5% – come at the end of the climb. Then you can claim your Col du Tourmalet stamp from the little shop at the top.

Screen printed onto soft 100% cotton, Tourmalet is also available in cobalt blue.

• 100% soft cotton t-shirt
• machine wash
• shown with our Bude sand jeans

Please note this t-shirt has a slightly slimmer cut than our standard t-shirts – see here for sizing.

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Paris-Roubaix – cobbles and chaos.

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Paris-Roubaix is one of the 5 classic cycling ‘monuments’, with a rich history of heroism, derring-do, pain and drama.

The first race ran in 1896 – it was started by two Roubaix businessmen trying to drum up interest in a Velodrome they had just built there. That race was won by a German, Josef Fischer, with local hero Maurice Garin finishing third – although Garin did manage to win the 1897 race. The crowds in the Roubaix Velodrome were visibly shocked at the appearance of the riders caked in mud and grit.

The race now starts from Compiègne north of Paris but has always finished in the Velodrome at Roubaix. The course can vary slightly from year to year but is usually 250-260 km long and includes 50-55kms of cobbled road sections.

It’s these cobbled roads that give the race its legendary status. Rough and unpredictable at the best of times, the cobbles are greasy and slippery when wet and throw up blinding dust when dry. It means the best laid plans and tactics can go wrong instantly, teamwork is less predictable and its often individual acts of strength that win the race. They also make watching the race an intense and gripping experience.

The race is popularly known as ‘The Hell of the North’, which many people think refers to the hellish riding conditions – but the truth is somewhat more poignant. In 1919, after the horrors of the first world war, a group of race organisers set out by car from Paris to Roubaix, to see if the course was still viable. The scenes of utter desolation that confronted them led one of the party to declare that they had truly entered hell.

Nonetheless the race went ahead in 1919, with the winner Henri Pélissier dedicating his victory to his fallen comrades.

By the 1960’s many of the cobbled roads were being resurfaced, and the cobbles began to disappear. Fearing for the future, followers of the race got on their bikes and hunted down little-known cobble roads to add to the route.

This eventually led to Les Amis de Paris-Roubaix in 1983, a group of enthusiasts determined to preserve the unique character of the race, and who still help to maintain vital sections of the course today. Their job has become easier with time – Alain Bernard, President of ‘Les Amis’ said in 2007:

“A few years ago, there was barely a village or an area that wanted anything to do with us. If Paris–Roubaix came their way, they felt they were shamed because we were exposing their bad roads. They went out and surfaced them, did all they could to obstruct us. Now they can’t get enough of us. I have mayors ringing me to say they’ve found another stretch of cobbles and would we like to use them.”

The gruelling course provides unique technical challenges and in recent years special Paris-Roubaix bikes have been constructed with strengthened frames, gears, wheels and tyres.

But the race remains a unique challenge calling for large amounts of skill, strength and fortune. Perhaps rider Sean Kelly best summed it up when he said “Paris-Roubaix is a horrible race to ride but the most beautiful one to win.”

You can take a look at our Paris-Roubaix shirts here.

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Paris-Roubaix

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Our Paris-Roubaix t-shirt is a tribute to the famously punishing Paris-Roubaix race run each April on the cobbled roads of Northern France. It is one of the ‘monuments’ of the cycling calendar, presenting a unique set of technical challenges and providing an intense and gripping race.

The effect of the cobbles is reflected in our design with an offset bike graphic (in red, white and blue, naturellement) which echoes the movement of bike and rider as they hold their grip on the fearsome looking road. Is it one rider or three? It’s just one – riding the Paris-Roubaix.

• Heavyweight soft 100% cotton shirt
• Screenprinted in the UK
• Men’s classic fit

Also available in denim blue and burgundy

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Paris-Roubaix

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Our Paris-Roubaix t-shirt is a tribute to the famously punishing Paris-Roubaix race run each April on the cobbled roads of Northern France. It is one of the ‘monuments’ of the cycling calendar, presenting a unique set of technical challenges and providing an intense and gripping race.

The effect of the cobbles is reflected in our design with an offset bike graphic (in red, white and blue, naturellement) which echoes the movement of bike and rider as they hold their grip on the fearsome looking road. Is it one rider or three? It’s just one – riding the Paris-Roubaix.

• Heavyweight soft 100% cotton shirt
• Screenprinted in the UK
• Men’s contemporary fit

Also available in denim blue and long-sleeve dark grey

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Paris-Roubaix

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Our Paris-Roubaix t-shirt is a tribute to the famously punishing Paris-Roubaix race run each April on the cobbled roads of Northern France. It is one of the ‘monuments’ of the cycling calendar, presenting a unique set of technical challenges and providing an intense and gripping race.

The effect of the cobbles is reflected in our design with an offset bike graphic (in red, white and blue, naturellement) which echoes the movement of bike and rider as they hold their grip on the fearsome looking road. Is it one rider or three? It’s just one – riding the Paris-Roubaix.

• Heavyweight soft 100% cotton shirt
• Screenprinted in the UK
• Men’s contemporary fit

Also available in burgundy and long-sleeve dark grey

 

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Night Run

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Night Run is an eye-catching Op-art style print originally inspired by mountain-bike lights seen moving through a forest on a pitch black winter night.

• Black 100% cotton shirt
• Crew neck
• Screen printed
• 40º machine wash

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Night Run

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Night Run is an eye-catching Op-art style print originally inspired by mountain-bike lights seen moving through a forest on a pitch black winter night.

Our boyfriend fit is a classic mens cut worn as an oversized t-shirt. Tuck it in or let it flow – the choice is yours.

• Black 100% cotton shirt
• Crew neck
• Screen printed
• 40º machine wash

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Night Run

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Night Run is an eye-catching Op-art style print originally inspired by mountain-bike lights seen moving through a forest on a pitch black winter night.

• Black 100% cotton shirt
• Crew neck
• Screen printed
• 40º machine wash

Please note this t-shirt has a slightly slimmer cut than our standard t-shirts – see here for sizing.

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Angliru

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Alto de l’Angliru in northern Spain is one of the fiercest climbs in road cycling, with gradients approaching 24% near the summit.

Our design, (which gives a passing nod to the style of Spanish surrealist artist Joan Miro) combines the hot Spanish sun and fierce black hill to create a near-hallucinogenic effect, no doubt experienced by those brave enough to try it.

• Crew neck
• Natural white 100% cotton shirt
• Contemporary fit

Please note this t-shirt has a slightly slimmer cut than our standard t-shirts – see here for sizing.

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DirtRider Navy

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Off-roading. It’s fast, unpredictable and occasionally terrifying. It blows away the cobwebs like nothing else. Our DirtRider t-shirt expresses all the thrills (and spills) of a good off-road session, in a sharp-lookin’, eye-catchin’ hard-wearin’ t-shirt.

• Classic fit mens t-shirt
• Hardwearing 100% 190gsm cotton
• 40º machine wash

Shown here in Navy blue, you can also catch DirtRider in Gold.

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DirtRider Gold

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Off-roading. It’s fast, unpredictable and occasionally terrifying. It blows away the cobwebs like nothing else. Our DirtRider t-shirt expresses all the thrills (and spills) of a good off-road session, in a sharp-lookin’, eye-catchin’ hard-wearin’ t-shirt.

• Classic fit mens t-shirt
• Hardwearing 100% 190gsm cotton
• 40º machine wash

Shown here in Gold, you can also catch DirtRider in Navy Blue.

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Coming soon…

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Our Stelvio t-shirt celebrates Italy’s Passa del Stelvio, one of the most famous climbs in cycling. Starting from the town of Prato at 950 metres high, the Stelvio Pass climbs to 2,758 metres, a 24km ride with an ascent of 1,808m. The scenery is stunning (though you may not notice it at the time), the climb is non-stop, the weather is changeable and just for fun the very steepest part of the climb comes right at the end.

Stelvio is due in late April.

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Velo Star – coming soon

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Now you don’t have to be a cycling star to look like one. If you’ve been out there beating your own personal best or just trundling around the block – relax. You’ve earned it.

Our new Velo Star shirt will be arriving in Early June.

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