You know how they say you never forget how to ride a bike? That may well be true, but I hopped on my girlfriend’s bike a couple of months ago (after many years of not being on two wheels) and it felt as if I was seconds from
imminent death putting my feet on the ground the whole time.
Anyway, my fears of falling over aside, these are some pretty neat bicycle based shirts from San Francisco’s Super7, and they’re available now for $30 each.
Feel free to substitute ‘eco-concious bikers’ for ‘smug and preachy’, because if you know meet someone that bikes to work instead of driving you will learn about that within 5 minutes of making their acquaintance. Intersesting to see TweetTees over at RedBubble, I thought they found their home at MySoti.
Costiness=£16.67 Buy it at RedBubble
Well, this certainly made me smile, they have it in other colours too but I liked the white/orange version to look at (and I think bright orange would be good for cyclists) even though I don’t think that I’d wear it in this colour myself. It’s funny how adding a simple line and turning a bike upside down creates something that is so instantly recognisable.
Be sure to check out the rest of the Zamforia website, they’ve been going for a few years now and have a back catalogue to prove it.
Costiness=$28 Buy it at Zamforia
The Pedal Pushers Club is happy to show off our two new t-shirt designs from Jeremy Beasley. Bringing his signature clean and simple style to the theme of bicycles, these shirts are a great new addition to the PPC lineup. Both designs are printed on Gildan 64000 ringspun cotton shirts.
Hide Your Arms readers are entitled to free shipping on anything from the site using coupon code “HYA”
[Andy: Some good looking tee from these guys, thanks for the coupon!]
This post was submitted by Brett Novick.
I must admit to a certain amount of ignorance to this design, I know it’s about BMXs since that’s what the e-mail I received said, but beyond that I don’t know much because my knowledge of BMX bikes extended to wanting one when I was younger but not getting one because I live in a valley, and there would be nowhere to have fun on a bike like that around here. Still, I’m sure that this tee will make some children of the 80s mighty happy indeed.
Costiness=£17.99 + P&P Buy it at Electric Sun
Once again, I must point out that despite clearly liking bike tees (why else would I post so many of them?), I don’t even own a bike!
Costiness=$20 (available in M/L only) Buy it at The Damn Rascals
I can only presume that this would make people honk more out of spite, but that doesn’t stop it being a cool tee.
Costiness=$15 + shipping Buy it at My Orange Box [via Josh Spear]
I know that some of you have a soft spot for technically illustrated designs, but how do you feel about designs based upon prototypes for amazing bicycles that could cause untold destruction?
Happy? I thought you might be. If I’m totally honest, I think that my favourite parts of this design aren’t the rear-mounted flamethrower, or the ninja-throwing stars, but actually the padded seat and non-slip pedal. It suggests that villains are looking for comfort and practicality when it comes to equipping their incompetent hench-men with a more environmentally friendly vehicle of doom.