State Bicycle Co. T-shirt Review

20
Oct
2015

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Are you a cycling t-shirt fanatic like I am?  Come on, how many cycling t’s do you currently have in your closet?  I’ve totally lost count, but would guess that I have somewhere in the neighborhood of 45.  Yeah, and I love every freaking one of them.

But, I never seem to have a enough…..and just recently added a couple more to my collection.  State Bicycle Co. specialize in complete Fixed Gear Bicycles and Accessories, but they also sell other bike stuff….including t-shirts.

I wouldn’t say that they have the widest range of funky cycling shirts, but they have a solid line up that proudly pays tribute to the bicycle culture and lifestyle.  You can view them all here on their t-shirt page.

We received a couple different styles, but here’s a shot of the one I like the best.  Of course, I’m always looking for an opportunity to promote the car-free/car-light lifestyle…..and this one helps get the message across.

State Bicycle Co. T-shirt

As you know, I live my life in shorts, sandals, and t-shirts…….and wearing the cycling variety is what I like best.

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One Response to “ State Bicycle Co. T-shirt Review ”

  1. Eric Hutchins on October 23, 2015 at 1:59 pm

    Nice, thanks for the post.

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