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We will help you pick the right brand for your requirements.


We will work on your idea from scratch, and send you a visualisation.

Give us your wishlist and let us do the work for you.


You do not need to manage the orders yourself.

Direct your team members to the webshop or our retail outlets, and they can make their order there.

We will mail the kits to each member once it is done!

Our Custom Brands

From S$600/set

Assos of Switzerland

Assos is a brand that requires little introduction in the cycling world. The Swiss specialists for cycling clothing are much more than just a brand. ASSOS is the epitome of high-quality textile bike equipment. It’s the promise to set the highest standards of comfort and performance without compromise. Especially the legendary ASSOS shorts are and always have been trend-setting. The companies history is full of unique inventions and patents.
From S$280/set

Bodhi Cycling

Bodhi is a premium cycling apparel manufacturer based in Belgium, using only high quality fabrics sourced from Italy. We only use Bodhi Cycling's Black Eye range for our discerning customers locally.
From S$500/set

Katusha Sports

When you hear the word Katusha, immediate thoughts turn to the world tour team boasting the likes of Marcel Kittel and Tony Martin, but what many people don’t know is that Katusha is Switzerland’s leading technical cycling apparel line.

Based in Geneva, Katusha Sports was founded in 2015 with the desire to create the best technical clothing on the market. In order to meet and exceed the cycling community’s expectations, Katusha is driven by 6 key pillars; innovation, performance, pure style, attention to details, premium and comfort.

Using the Katusha world tour team as a testing ground for product development, Katusha Sports views their partnership as a global 360° project in cycling.

The material used by Katusha Sports is the hyper-wicking 37.5 – the human body is apparently most efficient when working at said core temperature – with Schoeller fabrics, a mesh which dries fast and absorbs liquid and sweat, regulating body temperature.