The shirt has a mountain-bike cut. It features a moisture wicking fabric that is supposedly breathable and wrinkle resistant. It cost P1,000.00.
The over-all look of the shirt is a black suit jacket with a white shirt and a necktie showing the national colors.
The sleeves are cool too because they feature different kinds of folding bikes and drawings of how they fold. For example, the sleeve above shows the fold of a Dahon and a Strida.
The other sleeve shows the fold of a Brompton.
The shirt is not without its flaws. Take a look at my shirt. Notice the difference in shade of the sleeve and the main shirt. The sleeve has a lighter, faded black. But it's all good. Can't be too picky!
The back design looks like this. It has a big TSP logo on top. And the words, "Share the Road" below it.
Like all bike jerseys, there are three pockets at the bottom for your spare inner tube, water bottle, wallet, energy bar, and what not.
Here's how it looks on me. Not too shabby, eh, mate?
I chose a size L--not to tight, so that I can still wear it inside the mall and not look like a frustrated superhero.
Super thanks again to the TSP officers and Mr. Edwin Lee for making this bike jersey a reality! Now our group has a uniform to wear in the next CMR!