January 14, 2015

The Climbing Cyclist kit now available!

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For years people have been asking me whether I could put together a Climbing Cyclist kit. I’ve been meaning to do so for a long time now but I just never got around to it. Well, it’s now finally here.

Made by Nemisis (the brand behind the Domestique and Hells 500 kits) the TCC kit features a simple but, in my opinion, effective design. It’s based on the white peaks logo that I’ve been using for TCC for a few years now, with three shades of green used.

I need to say a big thank-you to Tammy and Andy van Bergen for helping to get this project off the ground, to my partner Sharon, to Carl at Nemisis and to my brother Brendan for taking the photos you see here.

At this stage only a very limited amount of stock is available but if you buy now, your kit will be available at the Domestique 7 Peaks Series ride out at Mt. Baw Baw on Sunday February 15.

If you’d like to buy a size or option that’s currently out of stock, please let me know via email and I’ll add it to the next pre-order (which will take four-six weeks to arrive from the time of order).

You can visit the TCC online store here.

5 Comments

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  1. Lloyd / Oct 31 2015

    Looks great!

  2. Don Noble / May 3 2015

    Hi Matt,
    Thought you might be interested?Wearing TCC full kit today and it got commented on.Drinking my Hot Chocolate up at the Kinglake café and a guy at another table said”First time I’ve seen that jersey and it looks good”.Very comfortable kit and wearing well.
    Regards,
    Don.

  3. Jon Thornton / Jan 29 2015

    Great looking kit.

  4. Nathan / Jan 20 2015

    Love the look of it Matt, well done.
    I’ve only recently splashed out on some Hells 500 gear, so can’t do another new kit right now.
    But I can vouch for how good the Nemesis stuff is.
    Next time I have spare $ for kit, it will be the TCC one.
    See you at Baw Baw!
    Nathan.

  5. Don Noble / Jan 17 2015

    Gday Matt,
    Love the design-subtle and distinctive!Ordered one set last night.Keep up the good work.Good luck for the last Domestique gig of the season.
    Regards,
    Don.

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