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Mad about cycling? Then you’ll love these t-shirts

How much do you love cycling? Is your hallway littered with bicycles? Do you have dodgy tanlines and no bodily hair? Do your thighs tingle at the thought of brutal ascents? If so, you’re gonna bloomin’ love t-lab’s range of cycling t-shirts.

I’ve been enjoying wearing the t-lab’s Stelvio t-shirt for the past few months (don’t worry, I have washed it… a couple of times). The Stelvio is a celebration of Italy’s famous Passa del Stelvio climb, which starts in the town of Prato before a 24km ride takes in a spirit-crushing non-stop 1,808m ascent. Just to add to the joy, the steepest part comes right at the end.

t-lab Stelvio T-shirt Review

On to the t-lab t-shirt then…

This pacific grey (light grey) t-shirt offers a minimalist design to commemorate the Stelvio climb with three black blocks demonstrating the ascent, with a little cycling illustration permanently trying to conquer it – but getting nowhere. Poor bugger.

The only colour on the tee comes in the form of a little Italian flag on the print, while there’s also a nod to the 1,808m climb.

The t-lab Stelvio comes in a regular fit, and is made from soft cotton. And it is, indeed, very soft.

Coming in at £27, this is a good solid t-shirt. And a must for cyclepaths.

About t-lab

Founded in 2010, t-lab have been creating minimalist, yet bold, t-shirt designs ever since – and have a growing range of products that offer a nod to cycling.

Pete Reynolds


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Pete Reynolds

Pete is the co-founder and editor of Discerning Cyclist. He commutes by bike daily from his home to his co-working space. Originally from Wirral, UK, Pete now lives in Spain. When visiting a new city, Pete loves nothing more than to explore it on two wheels. See Pete's Muck Rack profile

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