Blog / COMPETITION
It’s been an epic week or so for cycling. So the road races didn’t quite go to plan, but they were thrilling to watch ..
Women’s cycling is going from strength to strength – and Rosie the Riveter has never been more relevant!
Watch out for some the very best women in the sport today. World champion Lizzie Armitstead is on good form and working towards the Rio Olympic Games.
The changeable weather may mean that time in the saddle has been compromised recently, but you’re probably beginning to think about plans for how you’ll spend the spring and summer months.
There’s no doubt about it, track cycling is an incredibly exciting spectator sport – the thrill of watching super-human cyclists whopping round a velodrome, their high speed skill and quick thinking, wheels so close it makes you wince, there is nothing else quite like a track race!
This year has been another hugely significant sporting year for the UK, especially in the world of cycling. So we thought it would be a good idea to find some design students and have a competition to design a cycle jersey.
Brighton University students from the 2nd year Textiles BA(Hons) course took part in a cycle design competition during the summer. The competition lasted three weeks and was organised by two lecturers Leo Santos-Shaw and Patrick Dyer along with Summit Different.