While some cyclists enjoy wearing T-shirts that promote a particular event or certain brand, Endurance Conspiracy is finding that many riders are happy to buy shirts that just promote riding bikes in a non-preachy way.
Now in its fifth year, Endurance Conspiracy boasts a deep catalog of fun designs, most of which are sketched by former pro athlete Tony DeBoom.
You can ride a shimano or sram bike and still wear this shirt: Ben Delaney/BikeRadar
You can ride SRAM or Shimano and still wear this shirt. Really
“We just brought on another designer, a South American artists, who is going to bring some surf-inspired styles that we’re really excited about,” said Eliza DeBoom, wife of Tony and a partner in the company.
Endurance Conspiracy sells the shirts online for $30 with free shipping in the US.
Check out the gallery at above right for a few samples, or visit Endurance Conspiracy’s website for the complete line.
A cyclist’s map of europe: Ben Delaney/BikeRadar
A cyclist’s view of the continent