We’ve been keeping an eye on Bradley since he joined the Garmin cycling team. Not unlike Ryder Hesjedal, Brad has been a bit of a late bloomer (both being born in 1980) and has progressed from a prologue specialist to now, likely the top favourite to win this year’s Tour de France. You may or may not remember that two years ago we made a Black and Sky Blue Bradley jersey when he went to Team Sky and have been rooting for him through his difficulties with injury in last year’s TdF. Now, we’ve redone the Bradley jersey, with a design a little more British, and a bit more asymmetrical, for something of an “asymmetrical” guy. We’ll outline how Brad is favoured to win the Tour and why, and whether he really should be the top favourite in our coming Tour de France preview. However, keep in mind, we made a Ryder jersey and two years later he wins the Giro… just saying.
The Bradley Wool Cycling Jersey, made by hand in East Van as usual, is currently available: Online shop