Final Day for Pre-Orders


This is just a quick note to let y’all know that today is the final day to get your Loving the Bike Jersey/Kit pre-orders in.  Pre-order deadline is tonight at Midnight EST. I really love how these turned out and have Bob Avery and Groucho Sports to thank for creating such beautiful cycling clothing.

The jerseys and kits are available in mens and womens and can be mixed matched on sizes.  Order now and you’ll have yours by the first week of June.  Head on over to The Loving the Bike Page at Groucho Sports and put in your order.

Getting yourself a Loving the Bike Jersey, shorts, or Kit not only makes you one hot looking cyclist….it also makes you a part of the Loving the Bike Army. That’s right, be a part of a cycling movement that is centered around having bikes as a part of our everyday lifestyle. Doesn’t everything revolve around the bike? Loving the Bike believes that every cyclist is a champion whether you’re a beginning rider or a seasoned pro. We also believe in all types of cycling…..anyone on two wheels, is pretty darn cool to us. It’s been said that riding a bike makes you more attractive to the opposite sex. Just imagine what will happen when you put one of these on.

I’d really LOVE to see y’all in one of these……Consider getting one for yourself or give one to that special Dad in your life for Father’s Day.


Enjoy Your Ride

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