2019 was a big year for us in custom. We had the opportunity to work with talented individuals and local shops, the next generation of cyclists on up and coming high school teams, new gravel events and established gran fondos, and some of the nation’s top road, mountain, cross, and collegiate teams. Scroll below to see our top 5 custom projects of the year.
Special edition jersey for Brantley Tyndall for the Trans Am Bicycle Race. We produced 4 unique Nova Pro jerseys with different fabric combinations for all conditions Brantley encountered during his 4,300 journey across the United States. Jersey features a unique asymmetrical design with neon pink on the left road side for extra visibility.
Designed to pay homage to a favorite 1980's Dodge Truck we designed a retro color block style kit for Jeremiah to wear and race in during the 2019 season. We created a white version with our Cloud mesh fabric on the front panel and a UPF 50+ fabric on the back panel for the Dirty Kanza and an inverted option for the especially muddy gravel events.
Special Edition jersey for Bryan Lewis & Andrea Dvorak to wear during the Epic Rides Carson City Off Road. Design features an underlying western themed pattern inspired by old mining stock certificates paying tribute to Carson City Nevada's historical silver mining roots.
One of our favorite projects of the year. Earlier this year we had the opportunity to visit the Legacy Academy in Richmond, Virginia to collaboratively design their spring kits. We complied the students ideas and color schemes to created a truly unique team inspired design for the Legacy Academy. To see an inside look at the design process with the Legacy Academy read the full feature linked below.READ THE FEATURE
A triptych of Special Edition Cloud™ Base Layers for National Capital Velo Club, inspired by iconic classic cycling jersey designs: 1983 Renault Elf, 1985 La Vie Clarie, and the 1992 Motorola Team Jersey.