Tchibo cycling jerseys

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Shaun, 5 Mar 2008.

  1. Shaun

    Shaun Founder Moderator - They're doing cycling jerseys again - £14.

    They're a bit more expensive than last time, but I've still got mine three years on and they're still in great condition.

    Just thought I'd give everyone a heads-up ;)
  2. Twenty Inch

    Twenty Inch New Member

    Behind a desk
    Tchibo sports gear is usually VERY good. Today I was wearing their socks, running tights (with reflective piping and heavy enough for cycling), technical t-shirt, and a long-sleeve cycling top - long tail, pocket, thumbholes, high collar.
  3. wafflycat

    wafflycat New Member

    middle of Norfolk
    I'm awaiting delivery of some cycle shorts from Tchibo
  4. stevenb

    stevenb New Member

    South Beds.
    The most strange shop I know.
    The one in Dunstable is neither a shop nor a Cafe.....very odd.
    Good prices though.
  5. Panter

    Panter Just call me Chris...

    Thanks for that :biggrin:

    Thats a smart looking jersey and based on the reviews above, I've just ordered one :smile:
  6. LLB

    LLB Guest

    The clothing and other bits are a sideline. Tchibo started life as coffee shops. Make fine coffee though :biggrin:
  7. alecstilleyedye

    alecstilleyedye nothing in moderation Moderator

    would complement the orange/black cc jersey nicely.
  8. Andy in Sig

    Andy in Sig Vice President in Exile

    Most of the gear in my kitchen comes from Tchibo and it is all good quality stuff. Their caffissimo coffee machine is particularly good. I was shocked though to recently stumble on a Tchibo in the UK (Blackpool I think) where they didn't seem to serve cups of coffee. Very odd and a shame as the coffee is particularly good.
  9. twowheelsgood

    twowheelsgood Senior Member

    Zurich Switzerland
    Just to echo what admin says. I use Tchibos running jacket on the bike and it's by far the best I've used including some expensive ones. It's not that's it's particularly excellent in any one way, it's more that it has a good wind-proof front and has well judged level of insulation. I can wear it between 6 and 18 degrees without a base layer and to -5 with an intermeadiate autumn/winter shirt underneath. Important too for commuting, it stays in good condition with repeated washing and it's cheap enough to have two to alternate. It's only weakness perhaps is the quality of the zips.

    It never seems to be cold enough to use my Foska training jacket. I bake even below freezing in it.
  10. Twenty Inch

    Twenty Inch New Member

    Behind a desk
    Just bought the cycling shirt and shorts. IMpressed on a first try out - the shorts are very well padded, with strategic gel inserts. Detailing is good, even if styling is a little naff.
  11. yenrod

    yenrod Guest

    Tchibo is based in l.pool the whole building is based around marketing and tele-sales !
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