Perhaps our most controversial design to date!
#Crossisboss especially when its cold, wet and muddy!
No one quite does it like the Belgiums so why don't we all just BTFU!
Go to any CX event and there will always be plenty of Big Bobble hats and most of them of the Belgium persuasion!
Belgium cyclocross means many things to me, massive crowds, amazing racing, sand, Belgium beer and frites and mayo!
Don't go stressing about this, its all been done for you.... N+1 While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct number is n+1, where n is the number of bikes currently owned. This equation may also be re-written as s-1, where s is the number of bikes owned that would result in separation from your partner.
Its wet, muddy and thats just fine as thats how it should be!
A special T-shirt celebrating the life of Charlie Craig, with an exclusive design by the fantastic illustrator Richard Mitchelson known for the Icons range. Approaching Richard seemed a natural choice to do some special artwork for Charlie and I think you will agree that the end result is stunning. All proceeds from the sale of this T-shirt will go directly to the Rideforcharlie foundation. Most will already know who Charlie is but if not... Charlie Craig was a special boy who went to sleep on Friday the 20 January and didn’t wake up, he was 15. Charlie was a hugely talented bike rider who loved life and had recently won two rounds of the cyclo cross national series and taking the title of the series champion. He was very proud and happy. Charlie took his achievements and losses with a smile and ready for his next event.His constant want for life and what it had to offer sometimes had us in a whirlwind.We loved every minute.Charlie was looking forward to a trip to Austria in the summer, to compete in the youth European championships. Sarah & Nick Craig
There are some things you can't get enough of as a crosser, mud, sand, rain and cowbell... (just me then?)
People cycle for many different reason and for some its just cause if they didn't they would be twice the size!
Would cyclocross be as fun without an 8% triple Belgium beer as recovery fuel? Hmmmm.