Love the design and love to be able to support a little local business doing great things.
Our “that’s how I roll” design is a literal interpretation of this well-known phrase: for many people, non-standard cycles such as trikes, handcycles, recumbents and cargo bikes enable people to cycle and undertake journeys that may not otherwise be possible. This may be due to a disability or, in the case of cargo bikes, because they have children, shopping - or even freight! - to carry.
Help spread the message about the importance of non-standard cycles - and designing safe infrastructure that accommodates them - and support the work of Wheels for Wellbeing and Cycling Projects by wearing this tee with pride!
Our female model is 5'7" and wearing XS. Our male model is 6'3" and wearing S.
We recommend you measure some of your t-shirts and check them against the size chart to select the right size for you.
Half chest (a)/ Body length (b) (cm)
XXS* - 44/60 XS - 48/68 S - 50/70 M - 53/72 L - 56/74 XL - 60/76 XXL - 64/78
*Our XXS t-shirts are a children's age 11-12 and are roughly equivalent to a women's size 8. Unfortunately "unisex" t-shirts are still designed to cater mainly for men so this was the only way we could get a full range of sizes in the same colour. Depressing, huh?
Our t-shirts are some of the most sustainable around. Not only are they 100% organic cotton but they are also accredited by the Fair Wear Foundation and certified low carbon by the Carbon Trust.
All our t-shirts and posters are screen printed in Salford, Greater Manchester by one69A using Soil Association accredited water-based inks.
Here at In Tandem we're passionate about creating safer, more inclusive streets.
That's why £1 from the sale of every mug and That’s how I roll t-shirt and poster goes to disability cycling charitiesWheels for WellbeingandCycling Projects and £1 from the sale of every Tactical urbanist t-shirt and poster goes to Walk Ride GM who campaign to make walking, cycling and other active travel modes the natural choice for journeys across Greater Manchester.
We are really pleased to have already donated £50 towards Walk Ride GM's community e-trike project.