2019 Race kit on store page

We haven’t had too much chance to wear it as yet in 2019. But we love the minimalist design and sportier cut of out latest kit. 

The black colourway takes us back to our original roots, but the brightly coloured pockets really aid visibility and make the kit stand out. 

What do you think? We have now made it available to other riders via our store page. 

Introducing our new race cut 2019 classics jersey.

Featuring the original Fendrien black coloured jersey with the contrast red.

Despite moving across the border into Lincolnshire we have retained the gold and green of the Huntingdonshire flag for this jersey.

The design has a plain front with bold wording to stand out on the back and coloured pockets.

Technical features include tighter fit, bottom of jersey tape to keep it in place and body for stitching.

We love it!

Our final Giro thoughts.

We’ve left the dust to settle and the controversial comments fly before posting our Giro thoughts.

First off it was an epic race. We aren’t here to politicise cycling so won’t comment on the start in Israel. If you want to know how we feel, ask when you see us out on the road.

The sprint battle was supposed to be dull based on the number of top level riders missing, but in Elia Viviani and Sam Bennett we were treated to a great duel.

The mountains battle was compromised somewhat by GC contenders as is the way nowadays.

That battle was lit up early on by Simon Yates who almost made it to Rome in the Maglia Rosa before a late collapse instigated by Tom Dumoulin and finished off by Chris Froome.

Are we comfortable with Froome?

No.

It’s nothing personal but his Salbutomol case needed resolving way before now to give his win a level of security. Throw in the style of the race winning attack and it’s clear the cycling world needs some answers.

Overall our man of the race was Dumoulin. Harsh on Yates it may be, but the Dutchman is big and powerful and would go well in the fens. And that’s important to us.

Our 2017 kit in association with local kit supplier likeapro has today been revealed. 

The kits checker board design is a nod to the 1980′s Peugeot team, which featured a number of UK and Irish riders. 

The colours remain the same with the grey colour to reflect the big skies we see in Fenland. The gold and green reflect the colours of the flag of Huntingdonshire. 

Our 2017 jersey features new partners “The Fenland Trust” and “Little Incredibles” who will be part of Fendrien throughout the year.