Monday, November 30, 2009

This is a new colour offered in the midwinter weight jerseys. It is also available in ruby in both men's and women's sizes. It is made to order so there may be a time delay in receiving the order and completion. There are a few sizes in stock, and the delivery time will be quoted upon receipt of the order. The colour in the photo is dark charcoal, a very smart looking jersey which will look as good on the bike as in the cafe after the ride. If you want to be more visible on the bike ruby is an eyecatching red ( see my New Samples under Special Promotions, on the website). I also have a couple of men's sizes in steel available.

Hi Everyone,
Here are photos of four new jerseys produced for a special order. The jerseys with contrasting chest panel and sleeves have the Aspiring Cyclewear logo embroidered across the front and back chest panels. They look very effective, I am really pleased with the result.
The plain colour jerseys have black knitted collars and cuffs which gives a great fit again a very pleasing improvement.
If you are interested in any of these options please contact me.
Rosemary Weir
Aspiring Cyclewear

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Home from our Trip

Hi Folks,

I have arrived home after a great trip away. I had spectacular scenery, great places to stay in the Gypsy Rose, and the company of my dog Copper. We explored beaches, mountain paths and bush tracks.

I will show you some coastal Kaikoura scenery and coming over Arthur's Pass from the East Coast to the West Coast.

Craigieburn looks like a popular area for mountainbiking with tracks and gravel roads up into the mountains near Arthur's Pass. I had two glorious days while there and walked up a track to view the mountains nearby.

I am reducing the price of a few jerseys at the Nelson Market this week. Discontinued colours which I have a limited size range still available. They will be long sleeved mustard jerseys and chocolate jerseys both long and short sleeves. Please contact me for more details if you are interested.

Rosemary Weir
Aspiring Cyclewear

P.S. I am having trouble downloading photos will put some in as soon as I can figure it out.