Voxwomen are delighted to announce our exclusive jerseys are now available to buy with Endura.
The jerseys were first seen on the track over the winter, as we fielded an all-star team in the first ever Women’s Champions League at Revolution UK.
The eye-catching Endura design was worn by Boels Dolmans world champion Amalie Dideriksen, Wiggle High5 Olympian Amy Cure, Canyon Sram’s Italian road champion Elena Cecchini, French track star Laurie Berthon of FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope and up-and-coming junior Amber Joseph, of Cyclism Cycling.
In our bid to not only increase the coverage of women’s cycling, but also encourage more women around the world to ride a bike, we cannot wait to see our Voxwomen jerseys out on the road and the track.
Two jerseys will be available to buy – a classic spring/summer jersey costing £59.99 and a World Tour design, priced at £74.99.
Endura have been a fantastic partner of ours, enabling us to film Cervelo Bigla on training camp last January in Majorca, providing high quality kit for giveaways on social media, including the Cervelo Bigla team issue kit, and designing the team’s technical and leisure kit for use on shoots and on rides.
With this latest announcement, the partnership continues to go from strength to strength.
Endura’s Jim McFarlane said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with the team at Voxwomen to make this great looking kit available to their many supporters. It represents another small step on the way to progressing women’s competitive cycling to where it belongs, on a par with men’s.”
And Voxwomen founder Anthony McCrossan said: “Endura are innovative, forward thinking and progressive. They support womens cycling and actively seek to help women perform better at world tour level. So as a team we couldn’t think of a better partner to work with to give fans of Voxwomen the chance to wear the same clothing that our Voxwomen all-star team wore at Revolution. We have created an eye catching design that all the riders loved when we unveiled it.
“Importantly for Voxwomen all the profit made on this kit will go back into promoting womens cycling through our videos, the TV show, our social media and the progressing blog. I am really looking forward to seeing our kit out on the roads.”
If you want to get your hands on a jersey, click here. See you on the bike!