Cycling UK kit

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Si
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Cycling UK kit

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..is now available in a choice of MTB, standard or "vintage" designs.

https://shop.cyclinguk.org/kit/cycling-uk-kit
Link updated : 27 Mar 2019


I have placed an order and will let you know what I think of it when it comes.
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Post by Ivan »

I ordered a CTC vintage top in blue at the start of April.

It took a couple of weeks to be made but fitted a treat when it arrived and the quality is spot on.

The only downside I have found is that it has rained both times I've worn it but I guess I can't blame Impsport for that! :D
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Mine came after a short wait. Very nice, well made and the logos/design is good too. Only slight complaint is that it's a bit on the close side for a L.
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Looked at the CTC kit, loved the old style stuff but decided my £ would go further if I went for the old style Audax kit they are selling off real cheap - it even inspired me to rejoin Audax UK after a long long break...

unfortunately impsport forgot to put any stamps on the bag when they posted it so a £9.25 excess postage fee cam my way AND they sent me two short sleeve tops instead of one short & one long - going to see if they will send me a long sleeve yellow/purple audax top instead of refunding the postage.
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Post by colin mitchell »

Ordered kit on 5th June money paid but still waiting. 2x e-mails unanswered. I'll think again before using Imp Sport. :cry:
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The winged wheel on my casquette has been printed upside down.
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Nice looking kit BUT expensive IMO.
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Post by rogerzilla »

It is rather. In quantity a good s/s synthetic jersey can be had for under £20 each (I paid £19.50 each for 125 jerseys recently, plus £30 for delivery to me) so hopefully there's a hefty CTC donation included. They also charge £3.50 for shipping on top of that, which is :shock: unless it's Recorded.
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Re: CTC CYCLING KIT

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I have just joined and am going to take a chance on the kit, although it's rather pricey, it looks very nice.
Fingers crossed the right order arrives, and in good time (Postal Strikes) and that my wheel won't be up-side-down?
I will let you know how I get on..........
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SteveH wrote:The winged wheel on my casquette has been printed upside down.

That's for when you're passing it round, collecting donations for the CTC Charitable Trust. :wink:

I apologise for my flippancy. It should of course be returned for exchange or refund - or kept in case it really does become a "collectors item"!
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SteveH wrote:The winged wheel on my casquette has been printed upside down.


I first read this meaning coffin.......and wondered why you'd have a CTC logo on it!
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Re: CTC CYCLING KIT

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The link to the site shown in the first post on this thread doesn't work :roll:

Quick Google reveals this one instead

http://www.impsport.com/productlist.asp ... tcatid=862
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Penfold wrote:The link to the site shown in the first post on this thread doesn't work :roll:

Quick Google reveals this one instead

http://www.impsport.com/productlist.asp ... tcatid=862

Not much point in rolling your eyes when the first post was two and a half years ago, things change!
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Re: CTC CYCLING KIT

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rualexander wrote:Not much point in rolling your eyes when the first post was two and a half years ago, things change!

Doh! I didn't look at the year and assumed the thread started two days ago. :oops:
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I hope they produce some more vintage woollen jerseys. I have the blue jersey, but would really like one in black too. It's my choice for cold but dry winter mornings!
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