Tineli is proud to be the official clothing supplier of the inaugural Graperide Australia.
The Graperide has been successfully running in New Zealand since 2005 and last year won the ‘Best Organised Event’ of the year award.
The Graperide Australia will be held at at Blue Wren Winery in Mudgee NSW on the 13th November 2010 and offers the a 104km or 46km ride through a winery region.
The Graperide is a mix of all good things in life, keeping healthy, community and gourmet food and wine. The Graperide is a great day out for the family enjoying the breathtaking scenery of the winery region, a challenge in the ride and enjoyment from the fine food and wine that will be served after the event onsite with entertainment for all.
Keep an eye out for the striking Graperide Australia event jersey by Tineli.
Graperide event jersey by Tineli
The 2010 Tour of Southland is the unofficial launch event for our new Aero racing jersey. The Aero jersey is a pure racing jersey that combines the aerodynamic profile of a skinsuit
with the comfort of a racing jersey. The front and back panels are made of QuickDry moisture management fabric while the shoulders, sleeves and side panels are the same body hugging Askin fabric we use in our skinsuits.
The Aero jersey is available right now for made-to order custom shop clothing, and our Tineli Team Aero jersey is available ex stock.
The new Tineli Team Aero Jersey featuring QuickDry construction with Askin shoulder and side inserts.
It’s Tour of Southland time and once again Tineli is well represented at the front of the peloton. There are four teams racing in Tineli kit including two teams (Share the Road and Team SVS) and two national champions (Jack Bauer – road champion and Gordon McCauley – TT champion) using our new Aero jersey.
At the time of writing three of the four leaders’ jerseys are being worn by Tineli riders.
- Jeremy Yates (Share the Road): Yellow Jersey
- Jack Bauer (Share the Road): KOM Jersey
- Daniel Barry (Benchmark Homes): U23 Jersey
Jeremy Yates riding into the yellow jersey on Bluff Hill wearing the new Tineli Aero jersey