Do the Kessel Run in under 12 parsecs with BioRacer's Star Wars Collection
Belgian kit brand Bioracer and Disney have teamed up to launch a collection of official Star Wars branded cycling gear ahead of the release of the Last Jedi, and as far as novelty cycling jerseys go they aren’t half bad.
On sale today, the Belgian outfit is releasing six collections of jerseys: Star Wars Iconic Sleeves, All Over Print, Art, Logo, Planets as well as a range for children. There are also two bibshort designs too.
The Sleeve Collection features Yoda, C-3PO, the Millennium Falcon, Boba Fett or Darth Vader on the right sleeveColin Levitch / Immediate Media
The Star Wars Iconic Sleeves Collection features five jerseys with either Yoda, C-3PO, the Millennium Falcon, Boba Fett or Darth Vader on the right-hand sleeve, while the rest of the jersey is black.
The jersey is made using the brand’s Matrix torso fabric as well as seamless Lycra raglan sleeves.
The All Over Collection features two jerseys, also made using Bioracer’s Matrix fabric and seamless sleeves, but with vessels from the movies printed all over.
The Force Awakens
The Art CollectionBioracer
The Art Collection, designed by one of BioRacer’s in-house artist, is made up of three jerseys using the same construction as the previous two collections, and according to the brand “will make you want to ride beyond the outer rim.”
The Star Wars Logo JerseyBioracer
The Logo Jersey Collection is described by Bioracer as a high-tech, aerodynamic T-shirt that you can ride in. The logo design is available in white on black and black on white, and in cuts for men and women.
The Hoth jersey from the Planet CollectionBioracer
The final collection for adults is the Planets Collection, which depicts the “icy blue landscapes of Hoth, the barren deserts of Tatooine and the green forests of Endor.”
For the Padawan learners, BioRacer has put together a Junior Collection, which consists of three jerseys featuring Yoda, Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper.
The Junior Collection Stormtrooper jerseyBioracer
BioRacer also has two types of bibs to go with the jerseys, the RP2.0 and Epic shorts in Star Wars trim will be available for men, women and children.
We’re a bit on the fence as to whether these kits are cool or if we’re just giant nerds (probably the latter). Would you buy one? Lets us know in the comments.