MD: I wanted good quality but lo-fi pieces that were great for riding. Something a little bit different with simple details but nothing too flash. We haven’t put bike imagery all over the kit and nothing is techy, street riding isn’t like that and we are about comfort and style that works on a bike rather than some technical clothing range. We use premium quality kit and all of our printing is done by hand by a great screen-printing business in Nottingham called October. I love going down there and meeting Paul who runs the place when our gear is coming off
Bristol Bike Project is in its 10th year, The Fix talks to Krysia Williams, Community Co-ordinator to find out more. Happy birthday to the project!