Five years ago a few Californian guys set up a cyclocross racing team called Mudfoot with the intention of riding together on the weekends, executing hundred-mile mid-week cycles and competing when the time was right. These days they’re a much bigger group than they were back then and have some pretty impressive riders in their ranks. Why do you care? Because one of their founding members is the legendary Geoff McFetridge, who also happened to design their logo and kit.
The Mudfoot team gear is some of the nicest stuff out there and hopefully soon you’ll be able to get your hands on it without being a member. But for the time being Geoff and his friends are offering some beautiful t-shirts and prints on their site that show off that classic McFetridge style. I’m salivating over the mountain print…
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