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Hasso Fashion is a start up from Newcastle upon Tyne that creates style with a story. The company was established by Matthew Henderson in 2015 because he couldn’t find a …
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We started ROYL because we were fed up of overpaying for over-marketed cycling gear. We’re humble riders who just want to ride. We want to look half decent while we do …
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Our Mission: Provide cycling basics to the everyday cyclist while contributing to a healthy and active lifestyle for Australian youth. Our Commitment: 20% of the profit from the sale of ALL Casual …
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The Idea: Hyped Designs is a HyperThreads design company creating what we think are some of the best athletic wear designs on the best athletic wear materials. All designs are limited, …
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Psyclist is a cycling apparel brand made by people those who love cycling. There are 2 most happiest moments in our lives; one is when we cycle, the other is …
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We’re a small team of designers and riders based in Melbourne, Australia. Our aim is simple: to produce high quality, beautifully designed cycling kits and accessories. The focus at Dutchwell …
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VeloOne is an Australian based boutique cycling apparel business operating out of Melbourne. Founded in 2014 by two brothers passionate (a.k.a. slightly obsessed) with cycling and endurance events.  Combined we …
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The Fringale concept Bringing fun and cycling together in top-notch quality apparel. Fringale is made for sportive cyclists riding solo or with friends, eager to discover new landscapes through the …
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Hello and thanks for checking out Sneaky Cycles, we have much planned in the way of innovative products in the near future. We have started with some cool kit as …
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Curbar Cycling was a clothing label founded by artist James Clarkson and curator David McLeavy. After producing three seasons of clothing, inspired by art and design, the company closed trading in August 2017. …
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