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Join Date: Jan 2003
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If you participate in cycling events, your closet will overflow with cycling related T-shirts.
But as far as non-event T-shirts go, IMO ...
1) I am not interested in any boxy cotton T-shirts. As mentioned above, my closet if full of such things and I rarely wear them because they don't look good.
2) If you're going to design T-shirts, make them fitted and in a wicking material that could be worn on the bicycle or out on a long, brisk walk. I can't wear T-shirts with words, people's faces etc. on them to work, so the only place I could wear such things is while exercising, and since the boxy cotton T-shirt doesn't work for exercising, what would be the point of buying it?
3) Design cycling-related T-shirts that could possibly be worn at work ... something fitted and stylish, in a good material with, perhaps, very small bicycles in a subtle colour around the hem ... something that would look, at first glance, like a fancy t-shirt with a bit of a pattern, but a closer glance would reveal a fancy T-shirt with bicycles.