Earlier this year we kitted out Laura Kennington (link) as she rode through all of the UK's 15 National Parks. After taking some well earned rest we had a quick catch up to see how our kit performed and to show you her film...
We released our first collaboration with the iconic 90s show Twin Peaks last summer. The collection dreamed up what a Twin Peaks Cycling Club kit would look like, featuring key locations from the series and incorporating design details based on the fictional town. It was such a success, tapping into a devout worldwide fanbase, that we've teamed up again.
If you combined the years of readership at Milltag HQ, you'd get a number not far off the age of the magazine. Cycling Weekly is the doyenne of British cycling journalism and it is an honour to be working with them this year to bring you a heritage kit, harking back to the storied history of the publication.
We recently launched our new Spin collection, featuring a new technical t-shirt, urban short and padded undershort. The collection is for those who want an alternative to the lycra shorts and jersey look, without compromising on comfort. It’s perfect for your next spin, whether that be a class, a commute or a weekend on the trails.
It seems apt that 2020 and our tenth year sees Milltag collaborating again with one of our earliest partners and one of the most iconic bands of the last 30 years. You could say this collection is Gigantic.
When we emerge from the current lockdown situation, everything is going to feel a bit strange. Going back to work, back to the shops, even just back to walking the streets will feel at least a little alien the first few times. Indeed, taking precautions around the spread of germs might become more normal and practiced than before. For many, going to work or going about everyday activities in public may mean wearing a facemask.