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  1. kc51design

    Cycling Jerseys

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/rate-the-2018-worldtour-team-jerseys-poll/ Any cycling fans here? How would you rate the jerseys for next season. Vote there, but share your insight here.
  2. JMurr

    History of Velo

    Monday, August 27, 1888 – The Boston Globe reports on an event that showman P.T. Barnum was organizing. The event would be a bicycle race contested between two teams. The rules of the game were laid out by P.T. Barnum. He called this team cycle racing game Velo, which he derived from the name of the special type of track the race would be played on, a velodrome. It was further reported that Barnum had constructed a velodrome that could be moved into a venue where it would be assembled and then disassembled when the event was finished. Barnum informs everyone that he is looking for two coaches to lead his teams.
  3. After playing with the Football unis I went back to my comfort zone with cycling apparel. This is the final workup for Hanford's first year Cycling team. Cycling kits give so much more freedom to be creative and use the logo as a focal point, no numbers to work around, and only recently have athletes names begun to appear on kits. These are far more NASCAR than NCAA or NFL in design style with sponsors demanding space on the kits.