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Your chance to look cool, support your favourite website (that's road.cc, btw), be kind to the planet, and all at a bargain price...

Back in the day before merch was called merch road.cc used to do road.cc t-shirts. Nice, simple, wearable designs that looked good on anyone, they were very popular…  so we stopped doing them.

People have asked over the years when we’re going to do them again, after all it’s a nice way to show your support for the site.  

Buy road.cc classic bright blue t-shirts here 

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Buy road.cc navy blue heavyweight t-shirts here 

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Fast forward almost 10 years since we did the original batch we’ve finally got round to producing some new tees in the classic original mid blue design and a new navy blue version in a a slightly heavier weight t-shirt.

Just like the first batch they are produced from organic ethically sourced, carbon neutral, combed cotton and are Fair Trade – kind to the planet and fellow human beings too. 

They’re available in sizes ranging from Small to Extra Large – sizing is on the generous side so our advice would be to go down a size. 

As with the originals the organic cotton is really comfortable and for some reason the blue ones in particular REALLY last, some of the road.cc team are still wearing (and looking presentable in) the ones they got in the original batch. 

Prices are a wallet friendly £19.99 (+ P&P) for the classic road.cc version and £21.99 (+ P&P) for the heavyweight navy blue one, you can find them by following the links above or heading over to the road.cc shop

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plucked from the obscurity of his London commute back in the mid-Nineties to live in Bath and edit bike mags our man made the jump to the interweb back in 2006 as launch editor of a large cycling website somewhat confusingly named after a piece of navigational equipment. He came up with the idea for road.cc mainly to avoid being told what to do… Oh dear, issues there then. Tony tries to ride his bike every day and if he doesn't he gets grumpy, he likes carbon, but owns steel, and wants titanium. When not on his bike or eating cake Tony spends his time looking for new ways to annoy the road.cc team. He's remarkably good at it.