A timely reminder that you can get supporter t-shirts, socks, jerseys… and the as-seen-on-TV supporter caps. You get yourself some new kit and help keep the wheels turning here.
It’s always nice to see the kit in the wild especially amid the action on the Kemmelberg last weekend. It seems there might have been more than one cap on the Kemelberg too…
Nice to see someone getting it right too, cheering the riders on and getting some photos but enjoying the action with their eyes rather than through a screen.
Still I’m not sure if anything can top the sight of the jersey at the top of Khardung La, in India’s Ladakgh region and said to be the highest paved road in the world. See for yourself in Living dangerously: An outsider’s perspective on cycling in India, a feature over at cyclingtips by James Bennett (it’s the final photo).
The sales revenue is split between Prendas and this site and the income helps keep this website’s wheels turning, literally so in terms of recon rides when it helps cover transport to the area of some key stages. As well as that there’s the hosting costs, bandwidth and more… and repairs after finishing a recent recon ride for a Giro stage, freewheeling back to my parked car to find a someone crouched down by the driver-side door trying to drill out the lock bolt. Fortunately they’d just started.
I’m concious that people who have bought kit already may not want any more but the first thing to say here is thank-you. People sometimes ask “why don’t you open a Paypal/Patreon account” but for now the kit sales and the income generated are perfect, this blog is not a money-making venture and were to become one then it’d become a job and the fun would be sucked out of it faster than you can say “work”.
Have a browse over at Prendas and the special offer prices:
And if you have any questions about the sizing or delivery ask Prendas’s Andy who knows everything there is to know about clothing and logistics