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When we approached the InternationElles about supporting them on their journey, we knew what they were doing was special. But as we have got to know them and find out more about the epic adventure they are about to go and their personal journeys to stage 1 of the Tour de France, it has became very apparent that they are all simply incredible people.
Why "Roam Further"? We're glad you asked. Whilst the aim of their adventure is to bring attention to the inequality of competitive cycling, which we wholeheartedly support, for us the fact they are all non professionals, many of whom haven't been cycling very long, is also a really inspiring part of their stories. These are all women who have made the decision to do something extraordinary. To push themselves beyond what they thought capable. To cycle with more than a trophy to race for. To truly roam further than they ever have before.
Hopefully the reason that it's yellow is obvious?!
The t-shirts are made with 100% organic cotton and feature a unique screen printed design created in collaboration with InternationElles team members, Alex Chart, Helen Bridgman and Helen Sharp.
The other thing to point out is that all the profits from the sale of these tshirts will go toward the costs of the tour as the ladies are funding this themselves
🚲You can meet these amazing women and follow their progress in the Inspiration Section, our Facebook page and by visiting the InternationElles website here
The photograph of the team cycling below, is courtesy of the InternationElles’ kit manufacturer and sponsors Attacus.
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We have created this limited edition tshirt in collaboration with the ladies of the InternationElles to celebrate and support their incredible adventure cycling all 21 stages of the Tour de France 1 day before the men. Their aim is to shed light on the fact there is no women's version of the tour... and to inspire women and girls to cycle.