The cycling t-shirt ‘Drop Bars’ is made up of a line drawing of the most common type of road bike handlebars. This style of handlebars can be seen on most road bikes, such as in the peloton of the Tour de France. The diagram depicts the five different hand positions used while riding with drop bars and the pros and cons of these positions. Buy Now!
The cycling shirt ‘Keep pedlin’ is a typographic inspired design that displays the cycling message keep pedlin. This message can often be heard when riding in a group and a rider starts to tire. A chainring has been added to the background to add detail, while the ’50 TOOTH’ refers to the number of points on the outside of the chainring. These points/teeth allow the cyclist to ride at different speeds while pedaling at the same revolutions per minute. Buy Now!
Mont Ventoux is one of the most famous mountain passes in world cycling. The climb has featured in many editions of the Le Tour de France. It is famous due to the moonscape-like landscape at the top the climb and well as the many battles that have taken place for the Yellow and KOM Jersey’s. The climb’s other notable feature is the weather station located at the top of the climb, which has been incorporated into the letter ‘M’ of the design. Buy Now!
The design ‘Cycling Face’ is a representation of a cyclists face made up of a helmet and sunglasses. The helmet incorporates the five colours of the world champion stripes, while the colour of the sunglasses has been chosen at random. Both these items are worn as protection and can be seen on most cyclists while riding. Buy Now!
‘Bicycle World’ is a design that displays many hand drawn illustrations of bikes. No particular images have been used as a reference, only a perceived iconic symbol of a bike. The use of many different sizes and styles of bikes represents all who ride while the circle is symbolic of the world. Buy Now!
‘Tour de France Jerseys’ incorporates the colours of the four leaders jerseys into one simple design. Each colour represents a different jersey: yellow the overall race leader; green the leader of the points classification; polka dots the king of the mountains leader and white the leader of the young riders classification. The shape of the design represents the end of an allen key which is a tool used to make bike adjustments. Buy Now!
‘Dancing Time’ is made up of a stylized image of a cyclist dancing. The photo was taking on the slopes of Willunga hill on Stage 5 of the 2011 Tour Down Under. The adage “It’s time to dance” is referring to the expression “dancing on your pedals” when someone is riding up hill at a fast tempo out of their saddle. Buy Now!
The design ‘Tour de France Glasses’ uses the four colours of the leaders jerseys and incorporates these colours in to sunglasses. Most of the classification leaders incorporate the colour of the classification they lead into their bike and kit. This becomes evident when they leader wears different sunglasses, helmet, socks and grip tape to the normal team kit. Buy Now!
The design of ‘Watch Out’ has been originally created as a car bumper sticker. While other bumper stickers promote the same message, we feel our bumper sticker has design flair. This pop culture inspired design incorporates high contrasting colours to remind and refresh the cycling safety message. Watch Out for Cyclists! Buy Now!