Cycle Surgery release BBC Children in Need cycling jersey
Sometimes we can take things a little too seriously when we get on the bike. Heads down, all eyes on the KOM, when we should really be looking at life with a happy heart.
If that’s the case with you, maybe you could do with a BBC Children in Need cycle jersey, which launched yesterday, August 15, in partnership with Cycle Surgery.
It’s a one-off jersey referencing all the greatest jerseys in cycling - you have the Tour de France winner’s yellow, the polka dots of the King of the Mountains on the arms, a bit of red, a bit of white and some green, which takes care of all the other winners’ jerseys.
Whether the designers had this in mind when they came up with it is something we will never know, but it does have a stonking great Pudsey Bear on the back, which is certain to provide cheer to anyone who is drafting you.
The jersey has been created by Primal, one of the biggest producers of team kit in Europe, and features all the things you would expect from cycling kit, such as three pockets on the back, and lightweight wicking fabric.
Most importantly, for every BBC Children in Need cycle jersey purchased, 30% from each sale will help support the work of BBC Children in Need and go on to positively impact the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
So whether you decide to wear it or not, just buy one, for the children.
Visit the Cycle Surgery website HERE.