You’ve probably already have heard of Velocast, literally, as they’re an audio podcast for cycling fans that covers Pro racing, tech, cycling history, topical cycling issues and broadcasters of the always entertaining chat and music mix of Race Radio. Started in 2009 as a weekly podcast Velocast has grown to be one of the most popular sporting podcasts with a loyal following thanks to their informative conversations thick with irreverent humour.
Now you can wear and drink Velocast whilst you’re listening as they’ve come up with a half dozen t-shirt designs to celebrate the Spring Classics. All your favourites are there, the Milan-San Remo, Paris - Roubaix and Ronde Van Vlaanderen, with the Liège–Bastogne–Liège represented by its nickname of La Doyenne and the Flèche Wallonne illustrated by the climb of the Mur de Huy.
If you’d rather not concentrate on one particular race but prefer to show that you’d be quite a useful rider in all of them then you can choose the “Super Domestique” t-shirt. Each of the designs is custom printed on demand by redbubble in the USA on 100% cotton tees in a large range of colours and in four t-shirt styles for both girls and boys. The designs are also available as hooded sweatshirts should the weather be a bit too chilly for just a t-shirt, like now then. Prices start from £20.
Should you prefer to show your cycling allegiances via caffeine rather than cotton Velocast can help with their “Super Domestique” Espresso Cup Set. The stylish conical espresso cups with angular handles are designed in the UK and feature the “Super Domestique” brand logo. These could be the perfect partner for your pre ride punt out the door coffee or just sat on the sofa shouting at the telly with a stroopwafel. Each set contains 2 espresso cups with matching saucers for £19.95.
Jo Burt has spent the majority of his life riding bikes, drawing bikes and writing about bikes. When he’s not scribbling pictures for the whole gamut of cycling media he writes words about them for road.cc and when he’s not doing either of those he’s pedaling. Then in whatever spare minutes there are in between he’s agonizing over getting his socks, cycling cap and bar-tape to coordinate just so. And is quietly disappointed that yours doesn’t. He rides and races road bikes a bit, cyclo-cross bikes a lot and mountainbikes a fair bit too. Would rather be up a mountain.