Thesis x Whippet Cycles collabo tee's

It has been said that business between friends and family is often very tricky, simply because you would both have to step outside of that relationship and be professional about things. The Thesis x Whippet Cycling is a collobo that started out from the gents being friends and over two years has grown into business. This is probably the missing link as to why cycling has become such a big part of the Thesis culture, it is from such friendships. And if you can remember the June 16 ride Thesis hosted with Instabikerides. That is another thing that the brand likes to do, it doesn't just stop at the collabo in clothes but hosting rides as well. The beauty of such is that this culture has also been carried out to our Kagiso store, where before #GOODVIBEHANGOUT a few riders went out to explore the streets of Kagiso. 

This second collabo range has the traditional cycling cap in blue and white together with three tee's that have type printed on basic white, black and maroon. This collabo is an extension of what and who these two brands are...

 

 "Shut up legs" is a typical thing you would tell yourself whilst cycling long distances when you are in your zone and your legs start complaining. The logo on the back of the tee is a mash up of the two brands represented as one. 

"Shut up legs" is a typical thing you would tell yourself whilst cycling long distances when you are in your zone and your legs start complaining. The logo on the back of the tee is a mash up of the two brands represented as one. 

 "Steel for the Soul" is the love for cycling. 

"Steel for the Soul" is the love for cycling. 

 "Chain Gang" this sounds so badass!! But you would understand this when you see the whole lot of them riding down the streets. There is just something about the unison of the riders with their bicycles, like a family.

"Chain Gang" this sounds so badass!! But you would understand this when you see the whole lot of them riding down the streets. There is just something about the unison of the riders with their bicycles, like a family.