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WorkCycles Hoodies!

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

Workcycles hoodie sweatshirt with custom kruisframe bike

Whether you’re a proud WorkCycles rider, an aspiring Workcycles owner saving her pennies, or just think its cool to wear a hoodie sweatshirt with a custom WorkCycles Kruisframe transport bike stylishly displayed on the front we’ve got just the thing for you. Its the official WorkCycles hoodie, as displayed here by celebrity artist Kyoko Inatome.

The gritty details:

  • The sweatshirts are great quality; nice and thick. 80% cotton/20% polyester so they don’t stretch and shrink all over the place.
  • The bike is very subtlely silkscreened in warm gray onto the black background, giving it an almost eerie 3D effect. The silkscreen detail is amazing – even the tiny logo on the bike’s front fork is clearly readable (for somebody with their head practically on your chest). The back has a discrete WorkCycles text. The wearer is assured to get lots of compliments.
  • They come in black, black or black so they save you time while dressing, never seem to get dirty and match any of our bicycles. Actually they match almost all bikes… even hipster fixies. Unfortunately they don’t match hybrids or triathlon bikes.
  • NEWSFLASH! WorkCycles kruisframe sweatshirts are now also available in dark blue and olive green. So if you’re either too hip or not hip enough for black you can also go for one of the “new blacks”.
  • Sizes: S -> XXL. The sizing is a little strange: a medium is a perfectly normal medium, but all sizes larger and smaller seem to change less than you’d rightfully expect. A large is thus a sort of M/L while a small is an S/M. Thus if you’re solid L we recommend the XL… etc.
  • They cost €30 each, not including delivery. We’re happy to send them anywhere. Just call or email WorkCycles to purchase:
    [email protected]
    +31 (0)20 689 7879
  • Workcycles hoodie sweatshirt detail of cross-frame dutch bike workcycles sweatshirt with small logo workcycles hoodie on artist kyoko inatome with her customized titanium brompton