We have attached the order form and design to this post. For those of you new to this, we can only take pre-paid pre-orders. We will then send the order to the manufacturer and get clothing in a month or so. Our manufacturer is in Europe and the factory shuts down in August. If we get orders and payment by June 24th, we will have clothing by the end of July or early August.
This is the same manufacturer of the clothing as the most recent SixFifity, 408, Palo Alto Bikes, and BeeLine kits. The 408 jersey's are the SuperSport, trim fit jerseys. SixFifty used the more relaxed fit Luxury jerseys. Both used the PAB short (Palo Alto Bikes). This should serve as a reference for sizing for most of you on this distribution.
Ordering Process. Please review the order form, enter your name, address (if shipping is required), phone number and email. Then select the enter the the quantity for each size of an item you'd like to order. When finished, email the completed order form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Order forms need to be received by June 24th.
Payment Process. Please send the total amount calculated on your order form. If you require your items shipped to you because you can't make a local pick-up in the San Jose/Bay Area, please add $10 to help cover the cost of shipping. We can take PayPal sent to douglass_hall (at) yahoo.com. Payment needs to be received by June 24th.
Delivery Process. When we receive the clothing from the manufacturer, we will inspect and sort the items. For those that require shipping, we will ship. For all others, we will coordinate local pickups.
Order Terms. All orders are final. We cannot accept returns or exchanges or provide refunds. If an item doesn't fit, we will try to arrange swaps with other folks.
Doug & Karen
As some of you know, Karen and I have a nephew, Emlen, living with cystic fibrosis. Tough stuff. To show our support for Emlen and his family, Karen and I started a charity to raise awareness for cystic fibrosis through our love of cycling, running, and exercising outdoors.
While we plan on participating in the CF Ride in Half Moon Bay on June 21st (info below), our first official LifeLineRacing project is the 2014 Cycling Clothing. Check out the designs created by Jay Ferracane of Angry Bovine. We are very excited to have Jay backing this project. The main element, "65 Roses" is a helpful way to say "Cystic Fibrosis". Get out, ride, and get people saying cystic fibrosis, whether it is a patron at a coffee shop asking about your jersey or a race announcer cheering you on in your solo breakaway!
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All the Best!
Doug & Karen
About the Design:
"65 Roses" is a helpful way to say "Cystic Fibrosis". Get out, ride, and get people saying cystic fibrosis, whether it is a patron at a coffee shop asking about your jersey or a race announcer cheering you on in your solo breakaway!
The Hand and Rose logo is placed on the upper back shoulder. The hand is derived from Emlen's handprint. When you are at your limit, think of Emlen's boundless energy pushing you along to the top of the hill, back up to the group, or across the finish line! Logo designed by Elizabeth Hall (Emlen's mother) and Erik Beadle
The LifeLineRacing Longevity logo is an interpretation of a Chinese symbol for longevity. Logo designed by Elizabeth Hall (Emlen's mother) and Erik Beadle
Purple is the color of cystic fibrosis.
About the CF Ride:
Northern California's Cycle For Life features two beautiful, but challenging routes. Starting and finishing at the renowned Arata Pumpkin Farm, the supported and well marked routes take participants through beautiful backcountry roads and feature awe inspiring views of the iconic California coast. After the ride, enjoy fish tacos and clam chowder on site hosted by Sam's Chowder Mobile. Then grab a beer at the Half Moon Bay Brewing Co.'s Beer Garden. Join us for this inspiring and unique Half Moon Bay experience.
The Last Day to Register online is June 18th.
View the 25 Mile Route
View the 65 Mile Route
What Is cystic fibrosis? Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a life-threatening genetic disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system. An estimated 30,000 children and adults in the United States (70,000 worldwide) have CF.
Quick Facts about CF in the United States: