Back in September of last year, we featured the original Jesus Skid tee. Just earlier this week, Jesus Skid released the updated version, with Jesus rocking sunglasses.
Available now for $24.90 via Jesus Skid.
“Unicycle” is the latest limited-time tee and print available from Nowhere Bad. “Unicycle” was done by Hillary White and will be on sale for four days.
Back in mythological times, the “unicycle” was a much sought after bike. One could do amazing flips, tail-whips, and loop-the-loop any rainbow (depending on the style of rainbow), with the most badass flair.
The tee is $12, the print $10, or you can get both for $20 via Nowhere Bad.
“Jesus Skid” features an image of Jesus performing the bike trick named after himself.
This tee is the missing piece to achieve a perfect “Jesus Skid” trick.
The tee is limited to 50 pieces. It’s available for $29 via Jesus Skid.
I’ve been trying to ride my two-wheeler when it’s possible. Now that the weather is AMAZING in the Bay, you can bet I’ll be hopping on there even more.
Ambush Apparel has a tee that celebrates the bike. “Peddlin’” was recently worn by Mac Miller, which you can see below.
You can order your own “Peddlin’” tee for $30 via The Fresh Stock.
I’ve recently made the plunge into riding my bike to get around versus being a slave to the stupid oil companies and paying the ridiculous gas prices.
It’s sometimes inconvenient, but it saves money and improves the muscle definition in my chicken legs, so it’s all good.
“Bike ‘Til You Barf” is a design by Busted Tees.
It’s on sale for one week, so you can order it for a special price of $14 via Busted Tees.
This tee is hilarious. I’m trying to ride my bike more to cut down on how much I financially support the oil industry. Riding butt-booty naked, however, has yet to happen.
“Bicycle Seat” is a new tee from Freshjive.
“Life would be oh so sweet, if I was a bicycle seat! Ride, ride, little cheek. Sit on me I’m a bicycle seat!”
Be sure to catch the accommodating short film below.
“Bicycle Seat” is available in both heather gray and white colorways for $28 each via Reserve.
BQT offers up tees that are inspired by the environment of Brooklyn and Queens, New York. They just launched this past December and have been using the work of local artists to design shirts that are relevant to the day-to-day lives of New Yorkers from all over the city.
Selected designs promote riding your bike, celebrate Coney Island, and make a statement about rising fare hikes.
All tees are available for $24 via BQT.
Digital Gravel just stocked seven of the tees from Andy Mueller’s The Quiet Life, including “Walking Camera,” “Camera Club #3,” “Bike,” “QL Struggle,” “Contrast (with red pocket,” “Contrast (with grey pocket),” and “Contrast (with navy pocket).
All seven tees are available for $32 via Digital Gravel.
With Threadless releasing new designs three days a week, your wallet may be taking a serious beating. Luckily, after their Black Friday weekend sale ended, they immediately launched their “A Space Holiday” sale, knocking down all tees to either $5, $10, or $15.
They released three new designs this week, including “Transformation”, designed by Jeremy Bingham, “Smoke Break”, put together by Phil Jones, and “Hitchin’ a Ride”, which was created by Jay Fleck.
They also restocked three of their previously-released designs, including “A Simple Plan”, “Revenge of the Sushi”, and the everly popular “Missing!”
Hit the jump to see images of the new and comeback designs.
Take advantage of the $5-$15 sale via Threadless. Free shipping is offered for orders over $75.
Threadless has released five brand new designs this week and are offering their overly popular “House Brawl” design now on a girly open neck and zip hoodie.
The new designs are “Beard of Cloud,” “In Flying Colors,” “The I in Team,” “Willy’s Gullwash,” and “Italyc.”
Hit the jump to see images of each.
They’re all available now for $18-20 via Threadless. Plus, for a limited time, if you add a hoodie to your order, they will throw in free shipping.
I Love My Bike, which we featured a few months back, are getting closer to book completion. Their finished product have been delivered to the Chronicle and are now going into their last round of minor edits, then off to production.
The book will be 160 pages, full color, and will be retailing for $16.95. It’s now available for pre-order from shops such as Amazon, Borders and Barnes & Noble.
To celebrate the release, I Love My Bikehave recruited the help of Chris Piascik and Print Brigade once again to release another shirt for the Fall/Winter season.
The tee is available via Print Brigade. Use discount code FALL10 upon checkout to take 25% off your purchase.