Velotastic Routier Merino Jersey
Road Holland Collection
Cycling Caps
Miniature Cyclists
Custom Cycling Clothing
Gifts
Vintage Jerseys
Cycling T-Shirts
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Davanti Cyclewear
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Our latest project – The Routier Merino Jersey

Our latest project the Routier short sleeve jersey has taken over a year from initial concept to becoming a reality. The tourist routiers were the independent riders in the Tour de France that competed with no support and with the odds stacked against them. We thought this name which gives a nod to cycling’s heritage was a strong choice for our
Our latest project – The Routier Merino Jersey

Davanti Bikewear

We are pleased to announce that we are the UK dealer for Davanti Bikewear. Davanti are a Dutch designed high end cycling clothing company that has a cult following in Belgium and the Netherlands. (We discovered them when we were browsing in a bike shop in Brugge). The brand has been established a couple of years and has built up a reputation
Davanti Bikewear

Online retailers – We’re not all the same.

When I started Velotastic one of the hardest things I had was not selling to customers but getting businesses to sell to me. I originally imported parts from contacts I had on the continent, but one of the problems I had was the consistency of supply so I decided to contact some of the leading UK wholesalers to try and source
Online retailers – We’re not all the same.

Verge Sport Custom Cycling Clothing

I frequently get asked if I can supply custom clothing. One of the stumbling blocks I've come up against is that many manufacturers require minimum quantities to make it viable for them to manufacture. This can be a drawback for individuals and smaller clubs are looking for a few items and don't want to carry any stock. Recently I was in that situation. I was
Verge Sport Custom Cycling Clothing

The other Belgium

For the past few years I've been heading over to Belgium for a weeks riding. Instead of heading for Oudenaarde and it's classic climbs I've been staying just north of Brugge on the edge of the polder. This low lying land that sits just behind Belgium's 42 km coastline is often overlooked by cyclists who just pass through it heading south.
The other Belgium

Behind the Cap

Cycling sponsors tend to come and go. Many stick around for a year or two, fulfil their commitments and then disappear into the rear view mirror of cycling history. Others like Lampre and Quickstep have seemed to have been around for ages. But what products are these companies actually trying to promote ? Some are household names, but others are
Behind the Cap