Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride Cycling Jersey

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Cycling Jersey for Amy's Big Canberra Bike Ride

Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride Cycling Jersey

The limited edition Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride jersey is now available! The contrasting blue on black promises to be a popular design that will look great on all riders. Featuring a men’s and a women’s cut, the jersey will provide the perfect wear and a great addition to the wardrobe.

We’re a community based organisation formed to represent the fundamentals for being active and promoting safety when on the bike in Canberra.

As such, we felt it was important to have a cycling jersey that accurately represents what it is Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride stands for , the statement we are making about ourselves, and about road safety.

The jersey is black with contrasting “high visibility” blue to assist with road safety. The ice blue has been placed so cyclists can be seen from the rear when hunched over the bars of a bike, or under a camelback/commuting back pack when on a mountain or road bike. The shoulders and arms help front-on visibility and the arms and side panel flashes help cyclists be seen from a side profile.

The design is contemporary. The black at the bottom of the jersey ensures a greater chance of it matching other knicks of the rider’s choosing.

Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride is an event that attracts over a thousand participants aged from adolescents to 80 years, and as such, we needed a design that was diverse enough to cater to a wide demographic while still promoting road safety.

The jersey is available in men’s and women’s classic cuts, and is being produced by renowned Australian manufacturer, Ventou. The jersey also credits:

The jersey is now available for sale during the registration process, or individually by visiting

The items we choose to wear make a statement about ourselves – and we look forward to you all making a statement with us on Sunday 6 March by participating in Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride.


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