You are home, you are locked down and possibly furloughed. It has taken its toll or you are ahead on your work and twiddling your thumbs, you scan the cycling magazines and websites, and ask yourself if you could design a kit better.
Ribble Weldtite allowed you to re-design their kit, the competition was a huge success, and the winning design is now on sale as a limited edition pre-order piece. It got us thinking, why don't we let you design a HUUB Cycle Jersey?
If you could create something unique, unthought of, and so out there, the world is waiting for your creative juices to design this Cycle Jersey. It doesn't matter if you are a triathlete or roadie. We want to see your design. We want to see where your imagination can go - humour, serious, classic, retro, colour block or imagery. Imagination is the only limiter, and our sublimation techniques allow you to be unbridled to colour palette.
Put your design onto our template in a physical or digital format by Monday 18 May and the winning men's and women's design will be chosen by our male and female panel of experts.
The men's design will be chosen by professional cyclist and HUUB's Head of Cycling, Jacob Tipper, Mr Tinder himself... HUUB Wattbike's John Archibald, plus his teammates Kyle Gordon and Will Perrett. The women's jersey will be selected by a judging panel of Mel Berry from Her Spirit, Neah Evans of pro cycling fame, Helen Jenkins pro triathlete, and ITU World Triathlon star and GB triathlete Georgia Taylor-Brown.
We don't care who designs what, men can do women's designs and women's men's. We just want to see a jersey design that works.
The winners will receive two jerseys and two pairs of shorts, bragging rights for the rest of your days, something great to put on your CV when applying for your next job, and 10% of all net sales to a charity of your choice for the life of the jersey being sold.
Sound good? Download the template here. Get your Crayola's out and start doodling....
Send your finished designs to email@example.com by Monday 18 May with the email subject line 'design a cycling jersey competition'.