Tudor Sports

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Tudor Sports

Postby Paulson » 5 Apr 2010, 7:47pm

I haven't found a dedicated post about this form so I thought I'd start one myself.

Those of you who shop for cycling togs at the rallies, or who prefer 'traditional' cycling kit, will probably know them, but of not, then they can be found on the web here:


They sell three items at the present time, the york jacket, long tights, and plus fours. I have bought the former two so far and I have to say - superb, comfy kit, British made, free of any tacky adverts and shininess; warm for the colder weather, and washes great. Looks better as it ages, and in terms of customer service, superb. Quick, fuss-free internet ordering via paypal, and prices are exceedingly reasonable too.

Top marks to a British supplier!
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Re: Tudor Sports

Postby junoface » 7 Apr 2010, 11:40am

I have the long tights and love them. They're very reasonably priced too.

I'm hoping they'll be able to expand their range though as they'll be too warm in the summer.

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Re: Tudor Sports

Postby Euskadi » 27 May 2010, 8:29pm

I have the long tights, plus fours, a black york jacket and a blue one. I even have a red one with 'Hounslow and District Wheelers' on that I believe Martin Roach gave to my father as a gift many moons ago when they both worked at the Inland Revenue Sorting Center at Kew! Needless to say I absolutely love them!!

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touring track suit

Postby lotus 30 » 23 Mar 2017, 1:14pm

I have an old warm track suit from way back and they are still made in the uk and it has stood the test of time recommended for touring andy

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Re: Tudor Sports

Postby deliquium » 27 Mar 2017, 5:39pm

My 30 year old+ Tudor Plusses are still used for several thousands of happy (and sartorially peerless :wink: ) miles every year.

They are simple - cotton and nylon mix with an uncomplicated design. Even when soaking wet after a 200km winter Audax, they just sag a little but still 'rock' and are 'awesome' :D
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Re: Tudor Sports

Postby TrevA » 29 Mar 2017, 9:59pm

I have a recent pair of Tudor Sports longs. They still retain the classic fleece cotton/nylon material, but I'm a bit disappointed that they've started to come unstitched at the waistband.

I use them for the commute as they are a bit less shockng than full-on Lycra roubaix tights, when you have to walk through an office full of non-cyclists to get to your desk and the changing rooms at work.
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Re: Tudor Sports

Postby rualexander » 30 Mar 2017, 7:53am

They seem to have more than 3 products on their weebsite.

Far too much cotton in main items to be of much use for cycling for me.
Nice styling though.