Our Cosmic team jersey providers, Miltag, recently worked with London’s Brick Lane Bikes, on a special project creating a limited edition cycle jersey and water bottle…
The graphics are rather tongue -in-cheek but the message is serious.
In Miltag’s own words;
“The inspiration for the design came from our mutual love for the more psychedelic pro jerseys of the past and the constant pharmaceutical cloud that hangs over our sport. However, our message is simple, we believe in “Looking dope, not using dope”.”
The jersey and bottle are available to purchase now over at the Miltag shop.
With tournament season around the corner, it’s important to remember to stay energised for all those hard games during a long competitive weekend. This is when drinking and eating well comes into good practice.
Clif Bar and Company, from America, have been making good, healthy energy bars since the early 90’s. They do heaps of tasty flavours too. My personal favourite is Crunchy Peanut Butter – I have a sweet tooth!
I couldn’t eat enough of these bars during my travels, they certainly helped me push on during polo games as well as on long day hikes. I seriously recommend them. I also love their branding.
To find out where you can grab some, go check the stockist page on their site.
Due to receiving my 14 Bike Co x Cosmic Bike Polo frame so close to departing for my RTW trip, there was barely enough time to get it painted. As a result, the colour (Matte Ano Blue) was a temporary finish and to be redone when I returned to London.
The new finish turned out looking awesome…
Whilst in Seattle, I had the pleasure of catching up with Emmet Ward (in my eyes still and always part of the LPC).
He let me into a few set up / playing secrets…
When you decide to travel for 6 months with just one bag and one polo bike, across various weather climate zones and diverse country landscapes, the task of what to pack can be daunting.
Now that my trip is close to it’s end, I decided to take this picture to show everything I currently have in my bag.