Velocity Jersey (Large) and Cap
(Chest 97cm - Waist 70cm)

£55
+£5 P&P (UK)
+£15 P&P (Europe)
+£15 P&P (Int'l)

This is what our clothing partner Donda has to say about these fine items of cycling attire:

A new premium jersey design set for multiple conditions. The jersey is constructed with breathable and Quick Dry stretch fabric tailored to your body with a bespoke Velocity design.

Technical features include a race-fit neck (made from a separate panel), SBS zipper, raglan cuffs, reflective strip at the base of a three section load bearing pocket, easy-stick lining on sleeves and base and a reactive extra-stretch sleeve. The three fabric construction offers Anti-Bacterial, Anti-UV, Breathable, Quick dry, Compression and Moisture Wicking.

The combination of technology, quality and unique design allows our everyday cyclist to ride the toughest climbs, leisurely tour or the most straightforward of commutes.

Size (cm)

S

M

L

XL

A. Chest

87

92

97

102

B. Waist

62

66

70

74

 

A new premium hat designed for multiple conditions. The cap is constructed with multiple panels providing a classic heritage look and designed to match the bespoke Velocity jersey.

The cycling cap is a durable and breathable head-wear with a flip-up visor. The cap features a lightweight moisture wicking interior headband and elastic binding ensure a comfortable fit.

The combination of quality and unique design allows our everyday cyclist to ride the toughest climbs, leisurely tour or the most straightforward of commutes. One-size fits all.

 

Introducing the spiffing new Velocity jersey and cap, designed in association with DONDA.

Velocity Jersey (X-Large) and Cap
(Chest 102cm - Waist 74cm)

£55
+£5 P&P (UK)
+£15 P&P (Europe)
+£15 P&P (Int'l)

This is what our clothing partner Donda has to say about these fine items of cycling attire:

A new premium jersey design set for multiple conditions. The jersey is constructed with breathable and Quick Dry stretch fabric tailored to your body with a bespoke Velocity design.

Technical features include a race-fit neck (made from a separate panel), SBS zipper, raglan cuffs, reflective strip at the base of a three section load bearing pocket, easy-stick lining on sleeves and base and a reactive extra-stretch sleeve. The three fabric construction offers Anti-Bacterial, Anti-UV, Breathable, Quick dry, Compression and Moisture Wicking.

The combination of technology, quality and unique design allows our everyday cyclist to ride the toughest climbs, leisurely tour or the most straightforward of commutes.

Size (cm)

S

M

L

XL

A. Chest

87

92

97

102

B. Waist

62

66

70

74

 

A new premium hat designed for multiple conditions. The cap is constructed with multiple panels providing a classic heritage look and designed to match the bespoke Velocity jersey.

The cycling cap is a durable and breathable head-wear with a flip-up visor. The cap features a lightweight moisture wicking interior headband and elastic binding ensure a comfortable fit.

The combination of quality and unique design allows our everyday cyclist to ride the toughest climbs, leisurely tour or the most straightforward of commutes. One-size fits all.

 

Introducing the spiffing new Velocity jersey and cap, designed in association with DONDA.

Issue #4
(Oct 2019)

£10
+£2 P&P (UK)
+£2 P&P (Europe)
+£4 P&P (Int'l)

In issue 04

The big interviews

Le Col founder Yanto Barker, city cycling guru Brian Deegan, ultra endurer James Hayden and cyclocross DS Pat Hayes share their wisdom and experience.

Buildings for Bikes

We reveal John Robertson Architects' work at The Bureau in London.

Making it real

Velocity tours the London Borough of Enfield to look at the results of its cycling infrastructure investment programme.

Buying bikes

Very different experiences, illustrating the pros and cons (literally) of online shopping vs bricks and mortar, plus a new retail concept revealed.

V versus… Tourmalet

This summer the friends of Velocity took on a mighty legend of the Pyrenees.

New kit

Bamboo bikes? Really?

Events

With the launch of the Velocity property cycling events calendar on this website, we round up some of the memories and drama of the the last few months.

All our regular features:

  • Freewheeling,
  • I-spy, Biketoon,
  • Overheard,
  • columnists Leanne Tritton
  • and Peter Murray,
  • Seasonal stretch,
  • Brainwaves,
  • Club Peloton update,
  • How to…,
  • V Good idea,
  • and more...

Issue #3
(Dec 2018)

OUT OF STOCK

In issue 03

The Big Interview

Well, interviews really - issue three is packed with them: Chris Boardman on beelines, and building a better Manchester; Cyclist and adventurer Laura Scott describes a new life on two wheels; Bill Hughes of Legal and General Real Assets outlines how he started a cycling revolution; Club Peloton's Nick Hanmer and his surprising past; Paralympian cyclist Mark Rohan takes us on a journey to create the new Majorca... in Portugal.

Buildings for Bikes

We reveal the we reveal Buckley Gray Yeoman's work at Minster Court in the City of London.

100 Climbs Challenge

Dom Millar relates the pain and the pleasure (not much of the latter) at completing every climb in Simon Warren's book “100 Greatest Cycling Climbs: A Road Cyclist's Guide to Britain's Hills” - in one go, over 29 days, riding 5,296km and climbing the equivalent of over nine Everests.

New Kit

Velocity gets access to a prototype Crosshead, the innovative new folding bike designed to provide an outstanding ride, and to its engaging and ambitious inventor, Stuart Lambert.

V versus… StelVio

This summer the friends of Velocity took on a mighty Italian challenge, climbing Stelvio and its neighbour the Gavia.

Event

The first Velocity eVent brought Rapha founder Simon Mottram and Brompton chief executive Will Butler-Adams together to talk about their love of cycling.

All our regular features:

  • Freewheeling,
  • I-spy, Biketoon,
  • Overheard,
  • columnists Leanne Tritton
  • and Peter Murray,
  • Seasonal stretch,
  • Brainwaves,
  • Club Peloton update,
  • How to…,
  • V Good idea,
  • and more...

Issue #2
(Dec 2017)

OUT OF STOCK

In issue 02

The big interview

Brompton boss Will Butler Adams on his “game changer” electric bicycle, bike hire, the problem of compulsory facilities, exports and the history of the fold-up, plus images of factory/production

Bike to office

New womenswear design company System of Motion by former Argent developer/architect Prabha Rathinasabapathy, with appraisal of the shirts by Leanne Tritton of ING.

Building study

2 Forbury Place, Reading – developer Patrick Davis on a new generation of cycling-friendly offices, working with Justin Sires of PFL Spaces / Five at Heart cycle facility designers

V to V

Coverage of Velocity’s assault on Ventoux and details of the next V ride

Wemberley!

Quintain's development of Wembley Park and the return of cycle racing to Wembley

Boom in the Middle East

Cycling in Dubai

All our regular features:

  • Freewheeling,
  • I-spy, Biketoon,
  • Overheard,
  • columnists Leanne Tritton and Peter Murray,
  • Seasonal stretch,
  • Brainwaves,
  • Club Peloton update,
  • How to…,
  • V Good idea,
  • and more...

Issue #1
(Dec 2016)

£10
+£2 P&P (UK)
+£2 P&P (Europe)
+£4 P&P (Int'l)

In issue 01

The big interview

Nick Searl of London King's Cross developer Argent talks bikes and placemaking

Buildings for bikes

The Alphabeta building in London reviewed – for cyclists

My favourite ride

Architect Roger Hawkins describes a sublime Pisa-to-Rome ride

Pedalling policy

Consultant Phil Jones looks at cycling infrastructure

Brain waves

Tim Nicholls of Weston Williamson outlines a tree-mendous idea

Columnists

Peter Murray and Leanne Tritton get on their soapboxes

All our regular features:

  • Freewheeling,
  • I-spy, Biketoon,
  • Overheard,
  • columnists Leanne Tritton and Peter Murray,
  • Seasonal stretch,
  • Brainwaves,
  • Club Peloton update,
  • How to…,
  • V Good idea,
  • and more...

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