As our golden summer comes to an end riders start to look for new kit that will keep them riding in comfort in less than perfect weather.
The Tineli Rainman Jacket is just the ticket. Ultra lightweight, waterproof and breathable, this jacket is light enough to race in and packs down to fit in a jersey pocket.
Visit the Rainman Jacket page for more info
New Zealand Road Cyclist magazine review
Issue 34, May/June 2016
It’s Tour of Southland time again and we’re incredibly proud that almost half the Tour teams have chosen to wear Tineli.
After Stage 3 that includes everybody in the top ten and every road stage winner.
Congrats to Stage 3 winner Alex Frame (Kia Motors-Ascot Park) and tour leader Brad Evans (Powernet).
Tineli touring with TourXOz – taming the Black Dog
Talk to a cyclist and they’ll tell you riding is a great way to keep fit, reduce emissions and save on the hip pocket.
Speak to anyone experiencing depression and the usual comment is that riding a bike is an effective and natural remedy for their condition.
Which is why clothing manufacturer, Tineli is supporting the TourXOz Adelaide to Darwin cycle event this October, 2015.
Sixty riders, eight days, 3,650kms through the centre of Australia raising funds for the Black Dog Institute, an organisation that researches, diagnoses and treats mental mood disorders and depression.
Dressed in their Tineli finery, the bunch of cyclists will be stopping in rural towns to talk to local communities about the impact of mental illness.
Mental health is fast becoming a number one priority. It’s a bipartisan concern for government and opposition agreeing that more needs to be done to alleviate the issues surrounding mental health – and this requires increased support services and funding.
Tineli is helping by supporting TourXOz as a major sponsor. The cyclists are helping by grinding their way through the Australian landscape to make a difference.
You can also help The Black Dog Institute (www.blackdoginstitute.org.au)
continue its necessary work by making a donation at www.touroz.com
We’ve just launched our 2015 Winter Collection with three vibrant intermediate jackets in the Lemon, Lime and Britta designs.
Full details here
On Saturday the 31st of January Jack Bobridge will attempt the world hour record in Melbourne Australia.
We’ve developed a speedsuit especially for the record attempt.
And we’re giving you a chance to win an autographed Budget Forklifts team jersey and bibs. Guess the distance Jack covers and the best guess wins.
Click here to enter.
The SRAM Tour de Ranges is being held on Saturday, 17th January. It starts and finishes at the Clevedon A & P Showgrounds and the course winds it’s way through the tree-lined country roads and rolling hills of the Hunua Ranges before taking in the breathtaking sea views of the Hauraki Gulf.
There are two distances, 110km and 30km.
Tineli is proud to be involved as the official clothing sponsor producing the leaders and souvenir jerseys.
In conjunction with Ricoh there is a special offer of a jersey, shorts and 110km entry for just $155.
Click here for details
The NZ elite cycling road national champs and Tineli Grand Prix are being held in Christchurch this weekend for the last time and Tineli is proud to be involved as the official clothing supplier.
Since the nationals moved to the Christchurch Cashmere Hills circuit it has firmly established itself as the must see event of the cycling calendar and has drawn crowds previously unheard of for a cycling event in New Zealand. This year will be the last year it is to be held in Christchurch with Napier hosting it next year.
The Tineli Grand Prix is a 56km event open to the public around the same course the pros will ride. This year is your last chance to take part.
Full details here http://www.elitenationals.co.nz/
Introducing the first of several new products launched this week.
The Candy women’s jersey and shorts are in stores and available now.
The RRP of the jerseys is $119.95, shorts are $109.95, and bibs $129.95.
In addition to custom design, we also can customise the length on any of our custom jerseys and shorts. There is no minimum for the adjustments, garments really can be adjusted for individual riders.
When you place your order you can specify to have jerseys made 2.5 or 5 cm shorter or longer and shorts 2 or 4cm shorter or longer. There is a surcharge of $4 per adjusted item.
Now there’s no excuse, you really can please everybody.
We can make custom trail jerseys in the same specs as we did for the NZ Olympic BMX team. The durable sublimation printing is ideally suited for the rough handling a trail jersey will be subjected to and they are available with short, ¾ or full length sleeves.
Our custom MTB trail shorts can be custom printed just like road shorts with printable leg and bum panels. They have the same hard wearing specs as our off-the-shelf trail shorts with flexible inner leg and lumbar sections. They are available with or without trail short liners.