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People all want their own personalities. The same is true for those who love cycling sports. Many cyclists love to cycle as a team and they sometimes want to custom their own cycling jerseys. In fact, you can totally DIY. However, the “DIY” here is “design it yourself” instead of “do it yourself”.
No matter why you want cycling jerseys – for comfort, safety, performance and just feeling good about yourself when you’re out in the saddle, you deserve your own cycling jerseys. Whether you’re a weekend mountain biker, a weekday commuter, a roadie or a leisure cruiser, you can design it yourself.
The custom Cycling Clothes will be available in two ways and it is classified on the basis of the user’s preference. Those are: full custom and the semi custom.
Firstly, in the full custom model, the entire product will be designed by the user, including the color selection. This will be more convenient for the cyclist, who have more talents in the designing field and also they can be able to make design on the online sources.
The other technique is semi custom design, in this type, the color and the size will be made already and you just have to insert your logo alone in the jerseys. This will be more comfortable for the people, who needs urgently.
Therefore, once you have decided to design your own custom cycling gear you will need to contact a vendor and have them email you a template in whatever program you would like to design in. Now that you have the template you will need your logos. There are 2 types of files you can use for logos.
The first and best is vector format. This allows you scale the logo to any size without loss of quality. The second is a digital image which can be in many formats. This file format has restrictions for being used in custom Cycling Clothing. I suggest you email the logos or pics you want to use to your custom jersey supplier and see if they are usable and if so to what size it can be scaled.
After all these had been done, you can just wait the delivery of your cycling jerseys. You will definitely like them because those are really your own cycling clothes!
For critical cyclists, choosing a good-quality cycling cloth is not a simple thing. They need to considerate a lot of elements such as the permeability, sweat absorption and comfort. So picking a good cycling cloth for you can be a big deal. Let’s just see how to pick a good- quality cycling cloth.
Compared to men’s clothes, women’s are more colorful and stylish. Some women prefer to wear bibs (shorts with built in suspenders which are the norm in the competitive peloton), as the suspender option eliminates tightness around the waist. The down side to bibs is they make bathroom breaks more of a procedure since the jersey must be removed each time. If opting for bibs, definitely match with a full-zipper jersey instead of the over-the-head option. Now you’re styling’!
As for the best chamois, more padding does not necessarily equal greater comfort. Most of the newer mid-to-high end designs are quite low profile and very comfortable. Your overall comfort will be achieved by pairing the right combination of chamois, saddle and bike position to suit you. Also — and ladies, this is very important — cycling shorts are meant to be worn without underwear; more layers and seams will detract from your comfort and endanger you to saddle sores.
The cycling environment can greatly influent the choice of cycling jerseys, too. As for your jersey, if most of your riding will be done in very warm temperatures, opt for a light-fabric, short-sleeved option. Even light jerseys can be suitable for mild temps if you add a pair of arm warmers, undershirt and vest. Long-sleeved jerseys are great for cool climates and winter rides.
There are still different types of cycling clothes. Jerseys are typically come in racer fit, semi-fitted and relaxed fit. They are meant to be worn relatively snug, come in partial or full-zip, and women’s jerseys have either two or three pockets across the low back. My personal preference is a full-zip, three-pocket jersey; it’s easier to take on and off and allows the contents of my pockets to be better balanced.
Sports are more like a way of life for British people. Whether it is rain or shine, morning or night, young or old, you can always see people cycling and jogging on the road in London. For many British people, sports are an indispensable part of daily life. It has become a kind of their lifestyle, a healthy lifestyle.
In Beijing Olympics, the British delegation received a total of 19 golden medals, 8 of them were won in the cycling items. For British people, cycling is far more than just a way of transportation. It is a way of exercise, a kind of lifestyle.
During the interview, I happened to catch up with a cycling activity called “Love London, Big Cycling” held by London Bicycle Association. Bringing their families and their innovative and unique bicycles, thousands of ordinary citizens were cycling in the streets. On one hand, they are cycling for the publicity campaign for the London Olympics and on the other hand, they hope that London can improve bicycle cycling environment.
In fact, if you are walking in the streets of London, you can easily see many cyclists. A lot of them are very professional with cycling jerseys, helmets, water bottles and other equipments. Sometimes you can see some workers cycling wearing suits and helmets.
In London, people show themselves and their love to cycling through variety of ways. They also express their support to the London Olympics through various forms. We hope everyone can join the cycling team and to make our own contribution to the city environment and living environment.